The Ford/CTEK Desert Adventure
These are Ford 4.0L V6 trucks that are in a rear-engine setup with a manually-shifted automatic transaxle. They also feature over 20-inches of travel.
Your Ford F-150 or F-250 can take a lot: hundreds of thousands of miles of daily driving, off-roading through rough terrain, hauling heavy loads, and pulling big trailers. However, all of that hard work occasionally makes it necessary for you to change its rear shocks.
Chalk this one up as another woman behaving badly.
While it’s not a common issue to deal with, replacing your drive shaft is a fairly straight forward process.
Given how many miles it’s possible to put on a Ford F-150, it makes sense that, after a while, many of its parts will need to be replaced. Wiper blades, brake pads, tires…and the fuel pump.