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2016 TRANSIT Owner's Manual
owner.ford.com
ford.ca
June 2015
First Printing
Owner's Manual
Transit
Litho in U.S.A.
GK3J 19A321 AA

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  • Page 1

    2016 TRANSIT Owner’s Manual owner.ford.com ford.ca June 2015 First Printing Owner’s Manual Transit Litho in U.S.A. GK3J 19A321 AA...

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    No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language in any form by any means without our written permission. Errors and omissions excepted. © Ford Motor Company 2015 All rights reserved. Part Number: 20150529194406...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    About This Manual...........7 Symbols Glossary..........7 Keys and Remote Controls Data Recording..........9 Principle of Operation........47 California Proposition 65......10 General Information on Radio Perchlorate............10 Frequencies..........47 Ford Credit............10 Remote Control..........47 Replacement Parts Replacing a Lost Key or Remote Recommendation........10 Control............49 Special Notices..........11 Mobile Communications MyKey Equipment.............12...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Power Seats...........100 Lighting Rear Seats............102 General Information........69 Lighting Control..........69 Auxiliary Power Points Autolamps............70 Auxiliary Power Points........105 Instrument Lighting Dimmer.......71 Cigar Lighter...........106 Daytime Running Lamps......71 Direction Indicators.........71 Storage Compartments Interior Lamps..........72 Cup Holders............107 Overhead Console........107 Windows and Mirrors Bottle Holder..........107 Power Windows..........73 Exterior Mirrors..........74...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Transporting the Vehicle......175 Brakes Towing the Vehicle on Four Wheels..176 General Information........140 Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock Driving Hints Brakes............140 Parking Brake..........141 Breaking-In............178 Hill Start Assist - Vehicles With: Hill Start Reduced Engine Performance....178 Assist..............141 Economical Driving........178 Cold Weather Precautions......179 Traction Control Driving Through Water........179...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Opening and Closing the Hood....207 Cleaning the Alloy Wheels......237 Under Hood Overview - 3.5L....209 Vehicle Storage..........238 Under Hood Overview - 3.7L....210 Wheels and Tires Under Hood Overview - 3.2L Power Stroke Diesel..........211 General Information........241 Engine Oil Dipstick - 3.5L......212 Tire Care............242 Engine Oil Dipstick - 3.7L......212 Using Winter Tires........259...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Audio Input Jack..........308 USB Port............309 Media Hub.............309 Audio Troubleshooting.......310 SYNC General Information........311 Using Voice Recognition......313 Using SYNC With Your Phone.....316 SYNC Applications and Services..329 SYNC AppLink ........337 Using SYNC With Your Media Player............339 SYNC Troubleshooting......349 Accessories Accessories............358 Auxiliary Switches........359 Extended Service Plan (ESP)

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    Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 10: About This Manual, Symbols Glossary

    Introduction Note: Either Ford Motor Company or an ABOUT THIS MANUAL authorized Ford dealer may have originally sold this incomplete vehicle to a vehicle Thank you for choosing Ford. We modifier who upfitted it. As a result, some recommend that you take some time to...

  • Page 11

    Introduction Avoid smoking, flames or sparks Engine oil Battery Explosive gas Fan warning Battery acid Fasten seatbelt Brake fluid - non petroleum based Front airbag Brake system Front fog lamps Cabin air filter Fuel pump reset Check fuel cap Fuse compartment Child safety door lock or unlock Hazard warning flashers Child seat lower anchor...

  • Page 12: Data Recording

    Introduction Low tire pressure warning DATA RECORDING A large number of electronic components Maintain correct fluid level of your vehicle contain data storage modules temporarily or permanently storing technical data about the condition of the vehicle, events and malfunctions. Note operating instructions In general, this technical information documents the condition of parts, modules, systems or the environment:...

  • Page 13: California Proposition 65

    (U.S. Only) transmission of particular vehicle data from the vehicle. Ford Credit offers a full range of financing and lease plans to help you acquire your CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 vehicle. If you have financed or leased your vehicle through Ford Credit, thank you for your business.

  • Page 14: Special Notices

    We do not recommend or endorse the use caused to your vehicle as a result of the of any non-Ford-approved aftermarket failure of non-Ford parts may not be OBD plug-in devices. The vehicle Warranty covered by the Ford Warranty. For...

  • Page 15: Equipment, Mobile Communications Equipment

    Using Your Vehicle as an Ambulance Using mobile communications equipment is becoming increasingly important in the If your light truck is equipped with the Ford conduct of business and personal affairs. Ambulance Preparation Package, it may However, you must not compromise your be utilized as an ambulance.

  • Page 16: Export Unique Options

    Introduction EXPORT UNIQUE OPTIONS For your particular global region, your vehicle may be equipped with features and options that are different from the features and options that are described in this Owner’s Manual. A market unique supplement may be supplied that complements this book.

  • Page 17: Protecting The Environment

    Environment PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT You must play your part in protecting the environment. Correct vehicle usage and the authorized disposal of waste, cleaning and lubrication materials are significant steps toward this aim. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 18: General Information

    Ford recommends Exposure of people or animals to these checking with a NHTSA Certified Child high temperatures for even a short time...

  • Page 19: Installing Child Restraints, Child Seats

    Child Safety Recommendations for Safety Restraints for Children Child Child size, height, weight, or age Recommended restraint type Infants or Children weighing 40 lb (18 kg) or less Use a child safety seat toddlers (generally age four or younger). (sometimes called an infant carrier, convertible seat, or toddler seat).

  • Page 20: Child Safety

    Child Safety Use a child safety seat (sometimes called • Place the vehicle seat upon which the an infant carrier, convertible seat, or child seat will be installed in the upright toddler seat) for infants, toddlers, or position. children weighing 40 pounds (18 •...

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    Child Safety 2. Pull down on the shoulder belt and then grasp the shoulder belt and lap belt together. E142875 5. To put the retractor in the automatic locking mode, grasp the shoulder portion of the belt and pull downward E142530 until all of the belt is pulled out.

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    1 inch (2.5 centimeters) of movement anchor, if a top tether strap has been for correct installation. provided with your child seat. Ford recommends checking with a NHTSA Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician to make certain the child restraint is correctly installed. In Canada, check with your local St.

  • Page 23

    Child Safety E184881 E178552 E178551 E178553 Your vehicle has LATCH lower anchors for child seat installation at the seating positions marked with the child seat symbol. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 24: Using Tether Straps

    Child Safety Do not attach a child seat to any lower anchor if an adjacent child seat is attached to that anchor. Each time you use the safety seat, check that the seat is correctly attached to the lower anchors and tether anchor, if applicable.

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    Child Safety The tether strap anchors in your vehicle are in the following positions (shown from top view): E184881 E178552 E178551 E178553 Perform the following steps to install a child safety seat with tether anchors: Note: If you install a child seat with rigid LATCH attachments, do not tighten the tether strap enough to lift the child seat off your vehicle seat cushion when the child is...

  • Page 26

    Child Safety Front Passenger Seating Position Adjust the front passenger seat fully forward. 2. Route the child safety seat tether strap over the back of the seat, under the head restraint and between the head restraint posts. E178096 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

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    If your child restraint system is equipped with a tether strap, and the child restraint manufacturer recommends its use, Ford also recommends its use. Rear Seats Route the child safety seat tether strap over the back of the seat, under the head restraint and between the head restraint posts.

  • Page 28: Booster Seats

    Child Safety • Can the child sit all the way back BOOSTER SEATS against their vehicle seat back with knees bent comfortably at the edge of WARNING the seat cushion? Never place, or allow a child to place, • Can the child sit without slouching? the shoulder belt under a child's arm •...

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    Child Safety If, with a backless booster seat, you cannot find a seating position that adequately supports your child's head, a high back booster seat would be a better choice. Children and booster seats vary in size and shape. Choose a booster that keeps the lap belt low and snug across the hips, never up across the stomach, and lets you adjust the shoulder belt to cross the chest...

  • Page 30: Child Restraint Positioning

    Child Safety If the booster seat slides on the vehicle WARNINGS seat upon which it is being used, placing a conjunction with the instructions and rubberized mesh sold as shelf or carpet warnings provided by your vehicle liner under the booster seat may improve manufacturer.

  • Page 31: Child Safety Locks, Left-hand Side

    Child Safety Recommendations for attaching child safety restraints for children Restraint Combined Use any attachment method as indicated below by X type weight of LATCH LATCH Safety belt Safety belt Safety belt child and (lower (lower and top and LATCH only child anchors...

  • Page 32: Right-hand Side

    Child Safety Right-Hand Side Turn it clockwise to switch the child lock on and counterclockwise to switch it off. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 33: Principle Of Operation

    Seatbelts PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION WARNINGS When possible, all children 12 years old and under should be properly WARNINGS restrained in a rear seating position. Always drive and ride with the Failure to follow this could seriously seatback upright and the lap belt increase the risk of injury or death.

  • Page 34: Fastening The Seatbelts, Using Safety Belts During Pregnancy

    Seatbelts The safety belt pretensioners at the front 2. To unfasten, press the release button seating positions are designed to tighten and remove the tongue from the the safety belts when activated. In frontal buckle. and near-frontal crashes, side crashes and Using Safety Belts During rollovers, the safety belt pretensioners may Pregnancy...

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    Seatbelts Safety Belt Locking Modes Automatic Locking Mode In this mode, the shoulder belt is WARNINGS automatically pre-locked. The safety belt After any vehicle crash, the safety will still retract to remove any slack in the belt system at all passenger seating shoulder belt.

  • Page 36: Seatbelt Height Adjustment, Safety Belt Extension Assembly

    Seatbelts How to Disengage the Automatic Locking Mode Unbuckle the combination lap and shoulder belt and allow it to retract completely to disengage the automatic locking mode and return the safety belt to the vehicle sensitive (emergency) locking mode. Safety Belt Extension Assembly WARNING Do not use extensions to change the fit of the shoulder belt across the...

  • Page 37: Seatbelt Reminder, Conditions Of Operation

    Seatbelts Conditions of operation If... Then... The driver's safety belt is not buckled The safety belt warning light illuminates 1- before the ignition switch is turned to the 2 minutes and the warning chime sounds on position... 4-8 seconds. The driver's safety belt is buckled while the The safety belt warning light and warning indicator light is illuminated and the chime turn off.

  • Page 38: Child Restraint And Seatbelt Maintenance

    The driver safety belt is unbuckled. specific to the child restraint. Switch the ignition on. Do not start the Ford Motor Company recommends that engine. all safety belt assemblies in use in vehicles 2. Wait until the safety belt warning light involved in a crash be replaced.

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    Supplementary Restraints System The airbags are a supplemental restraint PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION system and are designed to work with the safety belts to help protect the driver and WARNINGS right front passenger from certain upper Airbags do not inflate slowly or body injuries.

  • Page 40: Driver And Passenger Airbags

    Supplementary Restraints System DRIVER AND PASSENGER AIRBAGS Passenger Airbag On and Off WARNINGS Switch (If Equipped) Never place your arm or any objects over an airbag module. Placing your WARNINGS arm over a deploying airbag can Even with Restraints Systems, result in serious arm fractures or other children 12 and under should be injuries.

  • Page 41: Supplementary Restraints System

    Supplementary Restraints System Note: The passenger airbag status indicator OFF and ON lamps illuminate for a short period of time when you switch the ignition on to confirm it is functional. Switch position Passenger airbag status Passenger airbag indicator OFF: Lit Disabled ON: Unlit OFF: Unlit...

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    Supplementary Restraints System 2. When the ignition is turned on, the pass airbag off light illuminates briefly, momentarily shuts off and then turns back on. This indicates that the passenger airbag is deactivated. Turning the Passenger Airbag Back On WARNINGS The safety belts for the driver and right front passenger seating positions have been specifically...

  • Page 43

    Supplementary Restraints System If you choose to deactivate your airbag, you are losing the very significant risk reducing benefits of the airbag and you are also reducing the effectiveness of the safety belts, because safety belts in modern vehicles are designed to work as a safety system with the airbags.

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    Supplementary Restraints System • The vehicle has no rear seat; Transport Canada Deactivation Criteria (Canada Only) • The vehicle has a rear seat too small to accommodate a rear-facing infant WARNING seat; or This vehicle has special energy • The infant has a medical condition management safety belts for the which, according to the infant's driver and right front passenger.

  • Page 45: Children And Airbags

    Supplementary Restraints System • My vehicle has no rear seat; After all occupants have adjusted their seats and put on safety belts, it is very • Athough children age 12 and under ride important that they continue to sit in the rear seat whenever possible, properly.

  • Page 46: Side Airbags

    Supplementary Restraints System SIDE AIRBAGS (If Equipped) WARNINGS Do not place objects or mount equipment on or near the airbag cover, on the side of the seatbacks (of the front seats), or in front seat areas that may come into contact with a deploying airbag.

  • Page 47: Transit (tth) Canada/united States Of America, Enusa, First Printing

    Supplementary Restraints System WARNINGS Do not lean your head on the door. The safety canopy could injure you as it deploys from the headliner. Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the safety canopy, its fuses, the pillar trims, or the headliner on a vehicle with a safety canopy as you could be seriously injured or killed.

  • Page 48: Crash Sensors And Airbag Indicator

    Supplementary Restraints System The design and development of the safety The warning lamp will not canopy included recommended testing illuminate when you switch the procedures that were developed by a ignition on. group of automotive safety experts known • The warning lamp will either flash or as the Side Airbag Technical Working stay illuminated.

  • Page 49: Airbag Disposal

    Supplementary Restraints System • The design of the side airbags is to deploy only in certain side impact crashes. Side airbags may deploy in other types of crashes if your vehicle experiences sufficient sideways motion or deformation. • The design of the safety canopy is to deploy only in certain side impact crashes or rollover events.

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    Keys and Remote Controls • structures around the vehicle PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION • other vehicles parked next to your The remote control allows you to: vehicle • remotely lock or unlock the vehicle The radio frequency used by your remote doors control can also be used by other short distance radio transmissions, for example...

  • Page 51: Programming A New Remote Control, Replacing The Battery, Car Finder

    Keys and Remote Controls Integrated Key head Transmitter E138615 E138619 Note: Your vehicle s keys came with a security label that provides important Twist a thin coin in the slot of the vehicle key cut information. Keep the label transmitter near the key ring to remove in a safe place for future reference.

  • Page 52: Replacing A Lost Key Or Remote Control, Sounding A Panic Alarm

    Keys and Remote Controls Note: If locking was not successful or if any door is open, or if the hood is open on vehicles with a perimeter alarm or remote start, the horn will sound and the direction indicators will not flash. Sounding a Panic Alarm Note: The alarm will only operate when the ignition is off.

  • Page 53

    MyKey (If Equipped) Configurable Settings PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION With an admin key, you can configure MyKey allows you to program keys with certain MyKey settings when you first restricted driving modes to promote good create a MyKey and before you recycle the driving habits.

  • Page 54: Creating A Mykey

    MyKey (If Equipped) wheel. See Information Displays (page CREATING A MYKEY 82). You can program a MyKey using the Insert the key you want to program into the information display control on the steering ignition and switch the ignition on. Press the left arrow button to access the main menu and scroll to: Message Action and Description...

  • Page 55: Clearing All Mykeys

    MyKey (If Equipped) control on the steering wheel. See CLEARING ALL MYKEYS Information Displays (page 82). You can clear or change your MyKey Switch the ignition on using an admin key settings using the information display or remote control. To clear all MyKeys of all MyKey settings, press the left arrow button to access the main menu and scroll to: Message Action and Description...

  • Page 56: Checking Mykey System Status

    MyKey (If Equipped) You can find information on programmed CHECKING MYKEY SYSTEM MyKey(s) using the information display STATUS control on the steering wheel. See Information Displays (page 82). To find information on programmed MyKey(s), press the left arrow button to access the main menu and scroll to: Message Description...

  • Page 57: Systems, Mykey Troubleshooting

    Ford-approved, aftermarket remote start USING MYKEY WITH REMOTE systems. If you choose to install a remote START SYSTEMS start system, see an authorized dealer for a Ford-approved remote start system. MyKey is not compatible with non MYKEY TROUBLESHOOTING Condition Potential Causes I cannot create a MyKey.

  • Page 58

    MyKey (If Equipped) Condition Potential Causes I lost a key. Program a spare key. See Passive Anti-Theft System (page 61). MyKey distances do not accumulate. • The MyKey user is not using the MyKey. • An admin key holder cleared the MyKeys and created new MyKeys.

  • Page 59: Locking And Unlocking

    Locks Reprogramming the Unlocking LOCKING AND UNLOCKING Function Note: Make sure you have locked your You can reprogram the unlocking function vehicle before leaving it unattended. so that only the driver door unlocks. See Remote Control (page 47). Note: Do not leave the keys in your vehicle. Locking and Unlocking Locking Confirmation...

  • Page 60: Opening And Closing The Sliding Door

    Locks Opening and Closing the Sliding Closing the Sliding Door Door Opening the Sliding Door E171966 E148804 Pull the interior door handle to open the door. E172313 Pull the door handle to release the door check feature. 2. Slide the door to close. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

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    Locks Opening and Closing the Double Rear Doors E148805 E178366 Slide the lever to release the catch. 2. Fully open the cargo door. Unlocking and Opening the Double Rear Doors From Inside E148806 E175828 Lift the locking button up. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 62: Rear Emergency Exit

    Locks Rear Emergency Exit Wagon and Bus E175955 2. Push the inner release lever down to E179502 open the door. E179501 E148806 Pull the interior handle up to open the door in an emergency. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 63: Automatic Locking, Automatic Unlocking, One-stage Unlocking, Configurable Unlocking, Two-stage Unlocking

    Locks Automatic Locking You unlock the front doors and cargo area when you: You can set your vehicle's doors to lock • Press the unlock button on the remote automatically when you exceed 5 mph control once. (8 km/h). You can switch this on in the •...

  • Page 64: Passive Anti-theft System

    (If Equipped) coded key disarms the engine immobilization system. Note: The system is not compatible with non-Ford aftermarket remote start systems. Replacement Keys Use of these systems may result in vehicle starting problems and a loss of security The integrated keyhead transmitter protection.

  • Page 65: Anti-theft Alarm, Alarm System, Triggering The Alarm, Arming The Alarm, Disarming The Alarm

    Security 2. Switch the ignition from off to on. Keep ANTI-THEFT ALARM the ignition on for at least three seconds, but no more than 10 seconds. Alarm System 3. Switch the ignition off and remove the The perimeter alarm is a deterrent against first correctly coded key from the unauthorized access to your vehicle ignition.

  • Page 66: Adjusting The Steering Wheel, Audio Control

    Steering Wheel ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL WARNING Do not adjust the steering wheel when your vehicle is moving. Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the correct position. See Sitting in the Correct Position (page 97). E95179 3. Lock the steering column. AUDIO CONTROL Select the required source on the audio unit.

  • Page 67: Voice Control

    Steering Wheel You can operate the following functions VOICE CONTROL with the control: E159531 E159789 Press the button to select or deselect voice Volume up. control. See SYNC (page 311). Seek up, next or end call. CRUISE CONTROL Volume down. Seek down, previous or accept call.

  • Page 68: Information Display Control

    Steering Wheel INFORMATION DISPLAY CONTROL E130248 See Information Displays (page 82). Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 69: Windshield Wipers, Intermittent Wipe, Speed Dependent Wipers

    Wipers and Washers Intermittent Wipe WINDSHIELD WIPERS Note: Fully defrost the windshield before you switch the windshield wipers on. Note: Make sure you switch the windshield wipers off before entering a car wash. Note: Clean the windshield and wiper blades if they begin to leave streaks or smears.

  • Page 70: Windshield Washers

    Wipers and Washers Note: Wet or winter driving conditions with Use the rotary control to adjust the ice, snow or salty road mist can cause sensitivity of the rain sensor. Set the inconsistent and unexpected wiping or control to low sensitivity, and the wipers smearing.

  • Page 71: Wipers And Washers

    Wipers and Washers A wipe will occur a few seconds after washing to clear any remaining washer fluid. This feature can be switched on or off in the information display. See General Information (page 82). Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 72

    Lighting GENERAL INFORMATION LIGHTING CONTROL Condensation in Lamp Assemblies Lighting Control Positions Exterior lamps have vents to accommodate normal changes in air pressure. Condensation can be a natural by-product of this design. When moist air enters the lamp assembly through the vents, there is a possibility that condensation can occur when the temperature is cold.

  • Page 73: Autolamps, Headlamp Flasher, Parking Lamps

    Lighting Headlamp Flasher When the lighting control is in the autolamps position, the headlamps automatically turn on in low light situations or when the wipers turn on. If equipped, the following activates when the lighting control is in the autolamps position and you switch them on in the information display: •...

  • Page 74: Instrument Lighting Dimmer, Direction Indicators

    Lighting The daytime running lamps turn on when: INSTRUMENT LIGHTING The ignition is switched to the on DIMMER position. 2. The transmission is not in park (P) for vehicles with automatic transmissions or the parking brake is released for vehicles with manual transmissions. 3.

  • Page 75: Interior Lamps

    Lighting Reading Lamps INTERIOR LAMPS Courtesy Lamp E112208 If you switch the ignition off, the reading lamps will automatically turn off after a short period of time to prevent the vehicle E112207 battery from losing charge. To switch them back on, switch the ignition on for a short period of time.

  • Page 76: Power Windows, Driver Side One-touch Up, Accessory Delay, Driver Side One-touch Down

    Windows and Mirrors Driver Side One-Touch Up POWER WINDOWS Lift the control fully and release it. Press WARNINGS again or lift it to stop the window. To avoid risk of injury, do not leave Bounce-Back children or pets unattended in your vehicle.

  • Page 77: Exterior Mirrors, Power Exterior Mirrors, Fold-away Exterior Mirrors, Interior Mirror

    Windows and Mirrors 5. Lift the switch again for one second. 6. Open the window and then try to close using the one-touch feature. Repeat the procedure if the window does not close using the one-touch feature. Note: If you disconnect the battery, you must reset the bounce-back memory.

  • Page 78: Rear Quarter Windows, Closing The Rear Windows

    Windows and Mirrors Auto-Dimming Mirror Closing the Rear Windows (If Equipped) Hold and pull the catch to close the Note: Do not block the sensors on the front window. and back of the mirror. Mirror performance may be affected. A rear center passenger or 2.

  • Page 79: Gauges, Information Display, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge

    Instrument Cluster GAUGES E184961 Information display. See Information Displays (page 82). Speedometer. Engine coolant temperature gauge. Tripmeter reset and distance to empty toggle button. Fuel gauge. Tachometer. Vehicle Settings and Personalization Information Display See (page 82). Odometer Engine Coolant Temperature Registers the distance your vehicle has Gauge traveled.

  • Page 80: Tripmeter Reset And Distance To, Fuel Gauge

    Instrument Cluster At normal operating temperature, the Switch the ignition on. The fuel gauge will needle will remain in the center section. indicate approximately how much fuel is in the fuel tank. The arrow adjacent to the If the needle enters the red section, the fuel pump symbol indicates on which side engine is overheating.

  • Page 81: Warning Lamps And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster If it illuminates when your vehicle is WARNING LAMPS AND moving, make sure the parking brake is INDICATORS disengaged. If the parking brake is disengaged, this indicates low brake fluid The following warning lamps and level or a brake system fault. Have the indicators will alert you to a vehicle system checked by an authorized dealer.

  • Page 82: Engine Warning Lamps, Direction Indicator, Engine Coolant Temperature, Front Airbag

    Instrument Cluster Engine Warning Lamps Water In Fuel It will illuminate if there is excess Malfunction Indicator water in the fuel filter. Drain off the water immediately. See Draining the Fuel Filter Water Trap (page 218). If it illuminates after draining Service Required the water, this indicates a fuel filter service is required.

  • Page 83: High Beam, Lane Departure, Park Lamp, Low Fuel Level, Low Tire Pressure Warning

    Instrument Cluster High Beam If it stays on after starting the engine or illuminates when you It will illuminate when you switch are driving, this indicates a the headlamp high beam on. It malfunction. Stop your vehicle as soon as will flash when you use the it is safe to do so and switch the engine off.

  • Page 84: Audible Warnings And Indicators, Safety Belt Minder, Airbag Secondary Warning, Exterior Lamps On

    Instrument Cluster Safety Belt Minder If the warning lamp flashes continuously, this indicates a malfunction and damage WARNINGS to the transmission could occur. Have your vehicle checked by an authorized dealer The safety belt minder remains in as soon as possible. stand-by mode when the driver's safety belt has been fastened.

  • Page 85

    Information Displays • Press the left arrow button to exit a GENERAL INFORMATION submenu. • Press the OK button to choose and WARNING confirm settings or messages. Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and Menu Structure - Information injury.

  • Page 86: Information Displays

    Information Displays Trip computer 1 Dist to empty Trip Odometer Trip Timer Average Fuel Ford EcoMode Gear Shifting Anticipation Speed Information Outside Temp. Digital Speedo All Values This feature is seen on high level clusters. Note: Trip 2 information is the same as Trip 1 information.

  • Page 87

    Information Displays Settings Driver Assist Traction Ctrl Auto Exh.Clean Collision Warn High Sensitivity Normal Sensitivity Low Sensitivity Driver Alert Hill Start Assist Tire Monitor Trailer Brake Electric Elec.-Hydraulic Lane Keeping Sensitivity Normal High Intensity High Normal Lighting Rain Light Dimming Auto Manual Set Dimming...

  • Page 88

    Information Displays Settings Display Navigation info Language Choose your applicable setting Distance Choose your applicable setting Temperature Choose your applicable setting Chimes Information Warning Convenience Compass Display Calibrate Set Zone Choose setting Locks Autolock Autounlock Global Unlock Custom Lock Wipers Rain Sensing MyKey Create MyKey...

  • Page 89: Trip Computer, Personalized Settings

    Information Displays System Check Distance to Empty All active warnings will display first if Indicates the approximate distance your applicable. The system check menu may vehicle will travel on the fuel remaining in appear different based upon equipment the tank. Changes in driving pattern may options and current vehicle status.

  • Page 90: Information Messages

    Information Displays Message Action and Description • Outside temperature units. • Trip odometer. • Digital Speedometer. You need to confirm certain messages before you can access the menus. The INFORMATION MESSAGES information display will automatically remove other messages after a short period of time.

  • Page 91

    Information Displays Battery and Charging System Message Description and Action Electrical system over- Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so and switch the voltage Stop safely ignition off. The system has detected a fault that requires service.

  • Page 92

    Information Displays Diesel Exhaust Fluid System Malfunction Message Description and Action DEF fault YY MPH max in Indicates that your vehicle speed will soon be restricted. The XXXX mi system has detected a fault that requires service. DEF fault Speed limited Indicates that your vehicle speed is restricted.

  • Page 93

    Information Displays Engine Message Description and Action Engine fault Service now The system has detected a fault that requires service. High engine temperature Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so, allow the Stop safely engine to cool and then check the coolant level. If the warning remains on when you have checked the coolant level, the system has detected a fault that requires service.

  • Page 94

    Information Displays Parking Brake Message Description and Action Park brake applied The parking brake is applied and your vehicle speed is above 3 mph (5 km/h). If the warning remains on when you have released the parking brake, the system has detected a fault that requires service.

  • Page 95

    Climate Control Air Conditioning PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION The system directs air through the Outside Air evaporator for cooling. The evaporator extracts humidity from the air to help keep Keep the air intakes in front of the the windows free of mist. The system windshield free from obstruction (such as directs the resulting condensation to the snow or leaves) to allow the climate...

  • Page 96: Manual Climate Control

    Climate Control MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL E147011 Fan speed control: Controls the volume of air circulated in your vehicle. Adjust to select the desired fan speed or switch off. If you switch the fan off, the windshield may fog up. Recirculated air: Press the button to switch between outside air and recirculated air.

  • Page 97: Climate, Recommended Settings For Heating, Cooling The Interior Quickly, General Hints, Recommended Settings For Cooling

    Climate Control Recommended Settings for Select to distribute air through Heating the windshield air vents. You can also use this setting to defog or • Adjust the fan speed to the second clear the windshield of a thin covering of speed setting.

  • Page 98: Rear Passenger Climate Controls

    Climate Control Side Window Defogging in Cold Maximum Cooling Performance in Weather Instrument Panel or Instrument Panel and Footwell Positions • Adjust the air distribution control to the instrument panel and windshield air • Adjust the temperature control to the vents positions.

  • Page 99: Heated Windows And Mirrors, Heated Exterior Mirrors

    Climate Control HEATED WINDOWS AND MIRRORS Heated Rear Window (If Equipped) The heated rear window button is located on the instrument E72507 panel. Press the button to clear the heated rear window of thin ice and fog. Press the button again to switch the heated rear window off.

  • Page 100: Sitting In The Correct Position, Head Restraints

    Seats We recommend that you follow these SITTING IN THE CORRECT guidelines: POSITION • Sit in an upright position with the base of your spine as far back as possible. WARNINGS • Do not recline the seat backrest more Do not recline the seat backrest too than 30 degrees.

  • Page 101: Manual Seats, Removing The Head Restraint, Installing The Head Restraint, Adjusting The Head Restraint

    Seats Removing the Head Restraint The head restraint consists of: WARNING Do not remove the head restraint from an occupied seat. Lift the head restraint up until it reaches its highest position. 2. Press and hold buttons C and D. 3.

  • Page 102

    Seats Adjusting the Lumbar Support WARNINGS Make sure the driver seat fully locks into place by rocking it backward and forward. E146386 Rotate the handle clockwise or counter clockwise to attain the desired lumbar support. E177638 Recline Adjustment Lift the handle. 2.

  • Page 103: Power Seats, Adjusting The Armrest

    Seats Adjusting the Armrest E95256 Raise the armrest fully. 2. Lower the armrest to the stowed position. E175474 3. Raise the armrest to attain the desired Lift the handle. position. 2. Move the seat back backward or forward to attain the desired position. POWER SEATS (If Equipped) 3.

  • Page 104

    Seats E138647 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 105: Rear Seats, Power Lumbar

    Seats Power Lumbar WARNINGS Make sure that any cargo or objects are not trapped behind the seat backrest. Make sure the safety belts are not trapped in any way when unfolding the seat backrest up. Failure of an occupant to be able to use a trapped safety belt increases the risk of serious personal injury or death.

  • Page 106: Installing The Seats

    Seats 2. Tilt the seat forward to release the seat frame rear catches. 3. Pull the seat backward to release the seat frame front catches. 4. Remove the seat. Note: Two persons must carry out this procedure. Note: You can only remove seats that have integral release handles.

  • Page 107

    Seats E178062 Align the seat frame front catches. 2. Push the seat forward to engage the seat frame front catches. 3. Align the seat frame rear catches. 4. Allow the seat to drop under its own weight for the last 6-8 in (15-20 cm). Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 108: Auxiliary Power Points

    Auxiliary Power Points 12 Volt DC Power Point Locations WARNINGS Do not plug optional electrical accessories into the cigar lighter socket. Incorrect use of the cigar lighter can cause damage not covered by the vehicle warranty, and can result in fire or serious injury.

  • Page 109: Cigar Lighter

    Auxiliary Power Points • Measuring devices, which process precise data, such as medical equipment or measuring equipment. • Other appliances requiring an extremely stable power supply such as microcomputer-controlled electric blankets or touch-sensor lamps. CIGAR LIGHTER (If Equipped) E143941 When the indicator light on the power point •...

  • Page 110: Cup Holders, Overhead Console, Overhead Storage Compartments, Bottle Holder

    Storage Compartments CUP HOLDERS WARNINGS Do not place hot drinks in the cup holders when your vehicle is moving. Make sure that cups placed in the holders do not obstruct your vision while driving. OVERHEAD CONSOLE Overhead Storage Compartments Overhead Console E171160 WARNING Do not place heavy objects in the...

  • Page 111

    Starting and Stopping the Engine GENERAL INFORMATION IGNITION SWITCH WARNINGS Extended idling at high engine speeds can produce very high temperatures in the engine and exhaust system, creating the risk of fire or other damage. Do not park, idle or drive your vehicle on dry grass or other dry ground E180794 cover.

  • Page 112: Starting A Gasoline Engine, Cold Or Hot Engine, Flooded Engine, Starting A Diesel Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine The idle speed will vary depending on STARTING A GASOLINE certain factors. These include vehicle ENGINE component and ambient temperatures as well as electrical and climate system Before starting the engine check the demands. following: Cold or Hot Engine •...

  • Page 113: Engine Glow Plugs, Starting A Cold Or Hot Engine, Cold Weather Operation, Failure To Start

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Note: Avoid shutting the engine down after Note: Idling in cold weather does not heat an extensive idling period. Drive your vehicle the engine to its normal operating for several miles with the engine at normal temperature.

  • Page 114: Diesel Particulate Filter, Switching Off The Engine, Vehicles With A Turbocharger

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Note: Do not press the accelerator pedal. If your journeys meet one of the following conditions: 5. Turn the key to the start position to • You drive only short distances. start the engine. • You frequently switch the ignition on 6.

  • Page 115: Engine Block Heater

    Starting and Stopping the Engine temperatures, and be clearly marked ENGINE BLOCK HEATER Suitable for Use with Outdoor Equipped) Appliances. Do not use an indoor extension cord outdoors. This could result in an electric shock or become a WARNINGS fire hazard. Failure to follow engine block heater instructions could result in property •...

  • Page 116: Safety Precautions

    Fuel and Refueling • Automotive fuels can be harmful or SAFETY PRECAUTIONS fatal if swallowed. Fuel such as gasoline is highly toxic and if WARNINGS swallowed can cause death or Do not overfill the fuel tank. The permanent injury. If fuel is swallowed, pressure in an overfilled tank may call a physician immediately, even if no cause leakage and lead to fuel spray...

  • Page 117: Fuel Quality - Gasoline, Choosing The Right Fuel, Fuel Quality - E

    Fuel and Refueling • Fuels containing the octane booster FUEL QUALITY - GASOLINE additive, methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (MMT). Choosing the Right Fuel • Leaded fuel (using leaded fuel is prohibited by law). The use of fuels with metallic compounds such as methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (commonly known as MMT), which is a manganese-based fuel additive, will impair engine...

  • Page 118: Fuel Quality - Diesel

    Fuel and Refueling Do not use any fuel other than those FUEL QUALITY - DIESEL recommended because they could lead to engine damage that may not be covered Fuel Requirements - Choosing the by the vehicle Warranty. Right Fuel: Vehicles Operated Where Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Note: Use of any fuel other than those is Required (United...

  • Page 119: Fuel And Refueling

    See Normal retrofitted for high sulfur diesel fuel using Scheduled Maintenance (page 366). Ford Motor Company dealer service parts. • Do not store biodiesel fuel in the fuel Failure to use retrofit components other tank for more than one month.

  • Page 120: Fuel Filler Funnel Location, Diesel Fuel Additives, Running Out Of Fuel

    Note: Degraded or oxidized biodiesel can Ford specifications. damage fuel system seals and plastics and corrode steel parts. FUEL FILLER FUNNEL Fuel companies adjust diesel fuel formulations for cold temperatures.

  • Page 121

    Fuel and Refueling If your vehicle runs out of fuel: WARNINGS • Add a minimum of 1.3 gal (5 L) of fuel Do not dispose of fuel in the to restart the engine. If your vehicle is household refuse or the public out of fuel and on a steep slope, more sewage system.

  • Page 122: Catalytic Converter, Driving With A Catalytic Converter, Diesel Exhaust Fluid Level

    Fuel and Refueling 5. Replace the fuel tank filler cap and SELECTIVE CATALYTIC close the fuel tank filler door. REDUCTION SYSTEM 6. Clean the plastic funnel and place it back in your vehicle or properly dispose WARNINGS of it. You must refill the diesel exhaust Note: Extra funnels can be purchased from fluid tank when it is low.

  • Page 123

    Fuel and Refueling Continued driving without refilling the fluid will result in: • Vehicle speed being limited. Prior to this occurring a message will appear in the information display. • Further vehicle operation without refilling the diesel exhaust fluid will cause the engine to run at idle speed.

  • Page 124

    Fuel and Refueling Note: Immediately wash off any diesel 6. Remove the spout from the diesel exhaust fluid that has spilled on to a painted exhaust fluid container and replace the surface with soapy water. cap. Note: If there is diesel exhaust fluid left in Filling the Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank the container retain it for later use.

  • Page 125: Refueling, Diesel Exhaust Fluid Guidelines

    Fuel and Refueling Note: If the vehicle speed becomes limited • Do not store in direct sunlight. or the engine will only run at idle speed, • Store at temperatures between 23°F normal vehicle operation will not resume (-5°C) and 68°F (20°C). until you have the system repaired.

  • Page 126

    Fuel and Refueling WARNINGS Do not overfill the fuel tank. The pressure in an overfilled tank may cause leakage and lead to fuel spray and fire. Do not attempt to start the engine if you have refueled the fuel tank with the incorrect fuel.

  • Page 127

    Fuel and Refueling Easy Fuel Capless Fuel System 4. Hold the fuel pump nozzle in position B when refueling. Holding the fuel WARNING pump nozzle in position A may affect the flow of fuel and shut off the fuel The fuel system may be under pump nozzle before the fuel tank is full.

  • Page 128: Fuel Consumption, Filling The Tank, Calculating Fuel Economy

    Fuel and Refueling 4. After you are done pumping fuel, slowly • The usable capacity of the fuel tank is remove the fuel filler nozzle, allow the amount of fuel that can be added about five to ten seconds after into the tank after the gauge indicates pumping fuel before removing the fuel empty...

  • Page 129: Emission Control System

    • Fuel economy may decrease when If you use parts other than Ford, Motorcraft driving short distances. or Ford-authorized parts for maintenance • You will get better fuel economy when...

  • Page 130: Transmission, On-board Diagnostics (obd-ii)

    Fuel and Refueling • Fluid leaks. You can correct these temporary malfunctions by filling the fuel tank with • Strange odors. good quality fuel, correctly closing the fuel • Excessive exhaust smoke. filler door or letting the electrical system • Loss of engine power.

  • Page 131

    • Allow your vehicle to sit for at least replacement that the Ford Warranty may eight hours without starting the engine. not cover. If your vehicle is not fitted with Then complete the above driving cycle.

  • Page 132

    Drive in a manner to clean the diesel particulate filter. Do not disregard a system mainten- ance message. The Ford Warranty may not cover damage caused to your vehicle as a result of disregarding these messages.

  • Page 133

    You must maintain the diesel particulate filter for it to Drive to clean continue to function correctly. Do not disregard a system maintenance message. The Ford Warranty may not cover damage caused to your vehicle as a result of disregarding this message.

  • Page 134

    Fuel and Refueling How to Start Operator Commanded Note: During the use of operator Regeneration commanded regeneration, you may observe a light amount of white smoke. This is WARNING normal. Stay clear of exhaust tip during You cannot use the operator regeneration.

  • Page 135

    Fuel and Refueling If the diesel particulate filter is near or at saturation, a message requesting permission to initiate filter cleaning will display. Message Action and Description Exhaust Filter Press the OK button and then follow the prompts regarding exhaust position as needed to initiate operator commanded At Limit regeneration.

  • Page 136

    Fuel and Refueling Switching the Automatic Regeneration Control On and Off To switch the automatic regeneration control on and off, scroll to: Message Action and Description Information Press the OK button. Driver Assist Press the OK button. Auto Exh.Clean Uncheck the box to switch automatic regeneration off. Check the box to switch automatic regeneration on.

  • Page 137

    Similar federal or provincial laws may exhaust system or engine. These actions apply in Canada. Ford recommends may also affect your vehicle s warranty. See against any vehicle modification without the Warranty Guide for more information.

  • Page 138

    Fuel and Refueling Tampering with emissions If the engine does not start, runs rough, control systems (including experiences a decrease in engine related sensors and the Diesel performance, experiences excess fuel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) injection system) can consumption or produces excessive result in reduced engine power and the exhaust smoke, check for the following: illumination of the service engine soon...

  • Page 139: Automatic Transmission

    Transmission AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Manual upshift Manual downshift WARNINGS Always set the parking brake fully Tow/Haul (T/H) (If Equipped) and make sure you shift the gearshift lever to park (P). Switch the ignition Tow/Haul delays transmission upshift to off and remove the key whenever you leave reduce the frequency of transmission your vehicle.

  • Page 140

    Transmission The transmission shifts to the appropriate WARNINGS gear for optimum performance based on Apply the parking brake, shift the ambient temperature, road gradient, gearshift lever to park (P) and switch vehicle load and your input. the ignition off before leaving your vehicle.

  • Page 141: Brake-shift Interlock

    Transmission If Your Vehicle Gets Stuck In Mud or Upshifts when accelerating (recom- Snow mended for best fuel economy) If your vehicle is stuck in mud or snow, shift Upshift from: Vehicle speed mph between drive (D) and reverse (R) pressing ( km/h): lightly on the accelerator pedal in each gear.

  • Page 142

    Transmission E182198 2. Use a suitable tool, for example a screwdriver, to carefully remove the E174827 housing cover. 4. Move the white lever toward the rear of your vehicle. 5. Shift the gearshift lever out of park (P) and into neutral (N). 6.

  • Page 143

    Brakes Anti-lock Brake System GENERAL INFORMATION This system helps you maintain steering Note: Occasional brake noise is normal. If control during emergency stops by keeping a metal-to-metal, continuous grinding or the brakes from locking. continuous squeal sound is present, the This lamp momentarily brake linings may be worn-out.

  • Page 144: Parking Brake, Center Parking Brake, Hill Start Assist - Vehicles With: Hill Start

    Brakes Note: Do not press the release button while PARKING BRAKE pulling the parking brake lever up. Center Parking Brake HILL START ASSIST - VEHICLES WITH: HILL START ASSIST WARNINGS The system does not replace the parking brake. When you leave your vehicle, always apply the parking brake.

  • Page 145: Using Hill Start Assist, Switching The System On And Off

    Brakes developed sufficient drive to prevent your Vehicles with Automatic Transmission vehicle from rolling down the slope. This You cannot turn the system on or off. is an advantage when pulling away on a When you switch the ignition on, the slope, for example from a car park ramp, system automatically turns on.

  • Page 146

    Traction Control Using the Information Display PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Controls The traction control system helps avoid You can switch this feature off or on in the drive wheel spin and loss of traction. information display. See General If your vehicle begins to slide, the system Information (page 82).

  • Page 147

    Stability Control If a driving condition activates either the PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION stability control or the traction control system you may experience the following WARNINGS conditions: Vehicle modifications involving • The stability and traction control light braking system, aftermarket roof flashes.

  • Page 148: Using Stability Control

    Stability Control E72903 Vehicle without stability control skidding off its intended route. Vehicle with stability control maintaining control on a slippery surface. USING STABILITY CONTROL The system automatically turns on each time you switch the ignition on. You cannot switch the stability control and roll stability control systems off, but when you shift into reverse (R), the systems deactivate.

  • Page 149

    As you continue the inner your responsibility to drive with due sensors will detect objects directly behind care and attention. your vehicle. If your vehicles has a non-Ford approved trailer tow module the PARKING AID system may not correctly detect objects.

  • Page 150: Rear View Camera

    Parking Aids (If Equipped) The system detects objects when you shift into reverse (R) and: • Your vehicle is moving toward a stationary object at a speed of 3 mph (5 km/h) or less. • Your vehicle is stationary but an object is approaching your vehicle at a speed of 3 mph (5 km/h) or less.

  • Page 151: Switching The Rear View Camera On

    Parking Aids (If Equipped) Using the Display WARNINGS The operation of the camera may WARNING vary depending on the ambient temperature, vehicle and road Objects above the camera may not conditions. be visible. Check the area behind your vehicle when necessary. Do not place objects in front of the camera.

  • Page 152: Manual Zoom, Switching The Rear View Camera Off

    Parking Aids (If Equipped) Green - 24 inches to 35 inches (0.6 meter to 0.9 meter). Black - center line of the projected vehicle path. Note: The green line is extended from 35 in (0.9 m) up to a distance of 126 in (3.2 m). Note: When reversing with a trailer the camera will show the direction of your vehicle and not the direction of the trailer.

  • Page 153: Vehicles With Parking Aid

    Parking Aids (If Equipped) Vehicles with Parking Aid The display will show a colored distance bar. This indicates the approximate distance from the rear bumper to an object. These are color coded as follows: • Red - up to 12 in (0.3 m). •...

  • Page 154

    Cruise Control PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION WARNING The system does not relieve you of your responsibility to drive with due care and attention. Cruise control allows you to control your speed using the switches on the steering wheel. You can use cruise control when you exceed approximately 20 mph (30 km/h).

  • Page 155: Switching Cruise Control Off

    Cruise Control Changing the Set Speed • Press and release SET+ or SET-. When you select kph as the display measurement in the information display, the set speed changes in approximately 2 kph increments. When you select mph as the display measurement in the information display, the set speed changes in approximately 1 mph increments.

  • Page 156: Speed Limiter, Engine Speed Limiter, Vehicle Speed Limiter - Fixed, Driver Alert, Using Driver Alert

    Driving Aids SPEED LIMITER WARNINGS The system may not operate in areas Engine Speed Limiter during roadwork construction. Engine speed is limited to protect the The system may not operate on engine. roads with sharp bends or narrow lanes. Vehicle Speed Limiter - Fixed Do not carry out windshield repairs in the immediate area surrounding The system prevents you from driving...

  • Page 157: Lane Keeping System, Lane Keeping Alert

    Driving Aids System Warnings Alertness level is critical, indicating that you should take a rest as soon as it is safe Note: The system will not issue warnings to do so. below approximately 40 mph (65 km/h). The status bar will travel from left to right The warning system has two stages: as the calculated alertness level A temporary warning is issued to advise...

  • Page 158: Driving Aids

    Driving Aids The system will automatically detect and WARNINGS track the lane markings on the road. If the The sensor may incorrectly track lane system detects that your vehicle is markings such as other structures or unintentionally drifting toward the lane objects.

  • Page 159: Steering

    Driving Aids System Warnings • If there is an anti-lock brake or stability control intervention. • Narrow lane width. If the lane markings in the display turn red or you feel a vibration through the steering wheel you must take immediate and safe action to align your vehicle.

  • Page 160

    Driving Aids If the steering wanders or pulls, check for: • an improperly inflated tire • uneven tire wear • loose or worn suspension components • loose or worn steering components • improper vehicle alignment If any steering components are serviced or replaced, install new fasteners (many are coated with thread adhesive or have prevailing torque features which may not...

  • Page 161: Load Retaining Fixtures

    Load Carrying LOAD RETAINING FIXTURES LOAD LIMIT Securing Cargo Vehicle Loading - with and without a Trailer This section will guide you in the proper loading of your vehicle, trailer or both, to keep your loaded vehicle weight within its design rating capability, with or without a trailer.

  • Page 162: Load Carrying

    Load Carrying PAYLOAD E143816 WARNING Payload - is the combined weight of cargo and passengers that the The appropriate loading vehicle is carrying. The maximum capacity of your vehicle can payload for your vehicle can be be limited either by volume found on the Tire Label on the capacity (how much space is B-Pillar or the edge of the driver...

  • Page 163: Towing

    Load Carrying E210945 CARGO E143817 Certification Label. The label shall Cargo Weight - includes all be affixed to either the door hinge weight added to the Base Curb pillar, door-latch post, or the door Weight, including cargo and edge that meets the door-latch optional equipment.

  • Page 164

    Load Carrying E143818 Safety Compliance Certification GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) - Label. The label shall be affixed is the Vehicle Curb Weight, plus to either the door hinge pillar, cargo, plus passengers. door-latch post, or the door edge GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight that meets the door-latch post, Rating) - is the maximum next to the driver seating position.

  • Page 165

    Load Carrying WARNING Exceeding the Safety Compliance Certification Label vehicle weight rating limits could result in substandard vehicle handling or performance, engine, transmission and/or structural damage, serious damage to the vehicle, loss of control and personal injury. E143819 towing vehicle plus the trailer GCW (Gross Combined Weight) exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight - is the Gross Vehicle Weight plus...

  • Page 166

    Load Carrying Tongue Load or Fifth Wheel 1. Locate the statement "The King Pin Weight - refers to the combined weight of occupants amount of the weight that a trailer and cargo should never exceed pushes down on a trailer hitch. XXX kg or XXX lb."...

  • Page 167

    Load Carrying *Suppose your vehicle has a be: 635 kilograms - (2 x 99 1400-pound (635-kilogram) cargo kilograms) - (12 x 45 kilograms) = and luggage capacity. You decide 635 - 198 - 540 = -103 kilograms. to go golfing. Is there enough load You will need to reduce the load capacity to carry you, four of your weight by at least 240 pounds...

  • Page 168

    Load Carrying Special Loading Instructions for Owners of Pick-up Trucks and Utility-type Vehicles WARNING Loaded vehicles may handle differently than unloaded vehicles. Extra precautions, such as slower speeds and increased stopping distance, should be taken when driving a heavily loaded vehicle. Your vehicle can haul more cargo and people than most passenger cars.

  • Page 169: Towing A Trailer

    Towing Load Placement TOWING A TRAILER To help minimize how trailer WARNINGS movement affects your vehicle Do not exceed the Gross when driving: Vehicle Weight Rating or the • Load the heaviest items closest Gross Axle Weight Rating to the trailer floor. specified on the certification label.

  • Page 170: Trailer Sway Control

    Towing Note: Exceeding this limitation TRAILER SWAY CONTROL may significantly reduce the performance of your towing Note: This feature does not prevent trailer sway, but reduces it once it begins. vehicle. Selecting a trailer with a low aerodynamic drag and rounded Note: This feature cannot stop all trailers front design helps optimize from swaying.

  • Page 171

    Towing Van and Chassis Cab Powertrain Axle Maximum GCWR Maximum Loaded Ratio Trailer Weight 3.2L Power 3.31 10600 lb (4808 kg) 4750 lb (2155 kg) Stroke Diesel 3.2L Power 3.73 13500 lb (6123 kg) 7500 lb (3402 kg) Stroke Diesel 3.5L V6 GTDI 3.31 11200 lb (5080 kg)

  • Page 172: Essential Towing Checks

    Towing Calculating the Maximum ESSENTIAL TOWING CHECKS Loaded Trailer Weight for Your Vehicle Follow these guidelines for safe towing: • Do not tow a trailer until your vehicle 1. Start with the gross combined has covered at least 1,000 mi weight rating for your vehicle (1,600 km).

  • Page 173

    Towing When attaching the trailer wiring connector Always connect the safety chains to the to your vehicle, only use a correctly fitting frame or hook retainers of your vehicle's connector that works with the vehicle and tow hitch. trailer functions. Some seven-position To connect the safety chains, cross the connectors may have the SAE J2863 logo, chains under the trailer tongue and allow...

  • Page 174

    WARNING trailer braking by powering the trailer’s electric or electric-over-hydraulic brakes The Ford trailer brake controller has with a proportional output based on the been verified to be compatible with towing vehicle’s brake pressure...

  • Page 175

    Towing The controller shows gain setting, output bar graph and the trailer connectivity status in the information display as follows: Message Action and Description Trailer Brake Displays the current gain setting during a given ignition cycle and when adjusting the gain setting. This also displays if you Gain: use the manual control lever or make gain adjustments with no trailer connected.

  • Page 176

    Note: An authorized dealer can diagnose the trailer brake controller to determine exactly which trailer fault has occurred. However, the Ford Warranty does not cover this diagnosis if the fault is with the trailer.

  • Page 177

    The trailer brake controller is only a gearshift in position park (P) to aid factory-installed or dealer-installed engine and transmission cooling and item. Ford is not responsible for to help A/C performance. warranty or performance of the controller due to misuse or customer •...

  • Page 178: Transporting The Vehicle

    Towing • If your vehicle is fitted with Note: Reconnect the wiring to the trailer AdvanceTrac with roll stability control after the trailer is removed from the water. (RSC), this system may turn on during Exceeding these limits may allow water to typical cornering maneuvers with a enter vehicle components: heavily loaded trailer.

  • Page 179: Towing The Vehicle On Four Wheels, Emergency Towing, Recreational Vehicle Towing

    Do not tow with a slingbelt. Ford flat-towed with all wheels on the ground Motor Company has not approved a under the following conditions: slingbelt towing procedure.

  • Page 180

    Towing Your vehicle cannot be flat-towed with all wheels on the ground beyond the limits set out above as vehicle or transmission damage may occur. See Emergency Towing. You must place your vehicle on a car-hauling trailer, or place the front wheels of your vehicle on a tow dolly.

  • Page 181: Breaking-in, Economical Driving, Reduced Engine Performance

    Driving Hints 5. Have your vehicle checked by an BREAKING-IN authorized dealer as soon as possible. You need to break in new tires for approximately 300 miles (480 ECONOMICAL DRIVING kilometers). During this time, your vehicle may exhibit some unusual driving Fuel economy is affected by several things characteristics.

  • Page 182: Cold Weather Precautions, Driving Through Water, Floor Mats

    Driving Hints • Do not rest your foot on the brake pedal while driving. • Avoid carrying unnecessary weight. • Avoid adding particular accessories to your vehicle (e.g. bug deflectors, rollbars/light bars, running boards, ski racks). • Avoid driving with the wheels out of alignment.

  • Page 183: Driving Hints

    Driving Hints WARNINGS Always make sure that the floor mats are properly attached to the retention posts in the carpet that are supplied with your vehicle. Floor mats must be properly secured to both retention posts to make sure mats do not shift out of position.

  • Page 184: Roadside Assistance

    Towing — independent service contractors, if not prohibited by state, To fully assist you should you have a local or municipal law, shall tow Ford vehicle concern, Ford Motor Company of eligible vehicles to an authorized dealer Canada, Limited offers a complimentary within 35 mi (56 km) of the roadside assistance program.

  • Page 185: Hazard Warning Flashers, Fuel Shutoff, Jump Starting The Vehicle

    Canadian customers who require roadside repair fuel leaks after a collision may assistance, call 1-800-665-2006. increase the risk of fire and serious injury. Ford Motor Company recommends Vehicles Sold in Canada: Using that the fuel system be inspected by an Roadside Assistance authorized dealer after any collision.

  • Page 186: Preparing Your Vehicle, Connecting The Jumper Cables

    Roadside Emergencies WARNINGS Use only an adequate-sized cable with insulated clamps. Preparing Your Vehicle Note: Do not attempt to push-start your automatic transmission vehicle. Automatic transmissions do not have push-start capability. Attempting to push-start a vehicle with an automatic transmission may cause transmission damage.

  • Page 187: Jump Starting, Removing The Jumper Cables

    Roadside Emergencies Note: In the illustration, the bottom vehicle WARNING represents the booster vehicle. Do not connect the end of the second cable to the negative (-) terminal of the battery to be jumped. A spark may cause an explosion of the gases that surround the battery.

  • Page 188: Post-crash Alert System

    Roadside Emergencies POST-CRASH ALERT SYSTEM The system flashes the direction indicators and sounds the horn (intermittently) in the event of a serious impact that deploys an airbag (front, side, side curtain or Safety Canopy) or the safety belt pretensioners. The horn and indicators will turn off when: •...

  • Page 189: Getting The Services You Need, Away From Home

    Mailing address perform a repair after taking your vehicle to the authorized dealer. Repairs will be Customer Relationship Centre made using Ford or Motorcraft® parts, or Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited remanufactured or other parts that are P.O. Box 2000 authorized by Ford.

  • Page 190: In California (u.s. Only), In California (u.s. Only)

    In some states within the United States, conform the vehicle to its applicable you must directly notify Ford in writing express warranties if, within the first 18 before pursuing remedies under your months of ownership of a new vehicle or...

  • Page 191: The Better Business Bureau (bbb) Auto Line Program (u.s. Only)

    BBB AUTO LINE During mediation, a representative of the 3033 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 600 BBB will contact both you and Ford Motor Arlington, Virginia 22201 Company to explore options for settlement of the claim. If an agreement is not reached...

  • Page 192: Utilizing The Mediation/arbitration Program (canada Only), Utilizing The Mediation/arbitration, Getting Assistance Outside The U.s. And

    Before exporting your vehicle to a foreign Canadian dealers. In those cases where country, contact the appropriate foreign you continue to feel that the efforts by Ford embassy or consulate. These officials can of Canada and the authorized dealer to...

  • Page 193: Literature

    U.S. Virgin Islands, please feel free to call identification number (VIN) and new our Toll-Free Number: (800) 841-FORD address with Ford Motor Company Export (3673). Operations & Global Growth Initiatives by emailing expcac@ford.com. If your vehicle must be serviced while you...

  • Page 194: Customer Assistance

    However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Ford Motor Company. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 195

    Customer Assistance Transport Canada Contact Information Website www.tc.gc.ca/eng/motorvehiclesafety/safevehicles-defectinvestigations- index-76.htm (English) Website www.tc.gc.ca/fra/securiteautomobile/VehiculesSecuritaires-Enquetes- index-76.htm (French) Phone 1–800–333–0510 Ford of Canada Contact Information Website www.ford.ca Phone 1–800–565-3673 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 196: Fuse Box Locations

    Fuses This is located behind the removable trim FUSE BOX LOCATIONS panel. Engine Compartment Fuse Box Pre-fuse Box This is located under the driver's seat. Body Control Module Fuse Box E146726 For item location: See Under Hood Overview (page 209). Passenger Compartment Fuse Box E152512 This is located behind the removable trim...

  • Page 197: Fuse Specification Chart

    Fuses FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART Engine Compartment Fuse Box E148826 Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Selective Catalytic Reduction - Diesel. Selective Catalytic Reduction - Diesel. Selective Catalytic Reduction - Diesel. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 198

    Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Selective Catalytic Reduction - Diesel. Diesel particulate filter vaporizer - Diesel. Glow plug monitor - Diesel. Not used. 7.5A Automatic transmission control module ignition feed. Cooling fan - Gasoline. Not used. Not used. Air conditioning clutch. Diesel particulate filter vaporizer glow plug - Diesel.

  • Page 199

    Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected PROTECTED CIRCUIT FUSE. Not used. 7.5A Crankcase sensor - Diesel. Ignition feed - Audio - Gasoline. 7.5A Crank case ventilation heater – Diesel. Single cooling fan - Diesel. Twin cooling fan - Gasoline. Twin cooling fan 2 - Gasoline. Windshield wiper motor.

  • Page 200

    Fuses Relay Circuits switched Not used. Cooling fan - Gasoline. Windshield wiper - on and off. Windshield wiper - low and high speed. Electrical Vacuum Pump - Gasoline. Starter motor. Air conditioning clutch. Fuel vaporizer system glow plug - Diesel. Fuel injection pump.

  • Page 201: Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel

    Fuses Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel E148827 Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Airbag module. Anti-lock brake system with electronic stability control. Parking brake. Not used. Trailer tow back-up lamp relay. Cutaway body connectors. Not used. Not used. AC power outlet socket. Trailer brake module.

  • Page 202

    Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Anti-lock brake system with electronic stability control valves. Powertrain control module B+ relay. Powertrain control module power relay. Body control module power feed. Anti-lock brake system. Modified vehicle connections. Not used. Heated exterior mirror relay. Heated rear window.

  • Page 203

    Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Horn. SYNC module. 7.5A GPS module. Blower motor relay. Horn relay. Windshield wiper relay. Remote keyless entry. Rear heating, ventilation and air conditioning. 7.5A Trailer tow backup relay coil. Park lamp relay coil. Front blower motor. Rear blower motor.

  • Page 204

    Fuses Relay Circuits switched Not used (spare). Auxiliary power points. Trailer tow parking lamp. Not used. Power windows. Ignition 1. Horn. Trailer tow back-up lamp. Front blower motor. Rear blower motor. Heated rear window. Heated exterior mirrors. Not used. Modified vehicle connections. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 205

    Fuses Pre-fuse Box E191034 Fusible link Fusible link Circuits protected rating Engine compartment fuse box. 470A Starter motor. Alternator. Passenger compartment fuse panel. 100A Body control module fuse box. Not used. 200A Passenger compartment fuse panel (SRBI BB3). 100A Passenger compartment fuse panel (SRB1 BB1). Auxiliary heater - Diesel.

  • Page 206

    Fuses Fusible link Fusible link Circuits protected rating Passenger compartment fuse panel supply (Body control module). Auxiliary power point 1 (Customer connection point). Auxiliary power point 2 (Customer connection point). Auxiliary power point 3 (Customer connection point). Auxiliary Fuse Panel (Upfitters) Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected...

  • Page 207: Body Control Module

    Fuses Relay Circuits switched Not used. Not used. Not used. Body Control Module E148830 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 208

    Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Central locking system 2. Central locking system 1. Ignition switch. Parking assist control module. Brake transmission shift interlock. Rain sensor module. Windshield washer pump. Not used. Not used. Right-hand high beam. Left-hand high beam. Right-hand exterior lamps.

  • Page 209: Changing A Fuse

    Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Front control/display interface module. Ignition passive anti-theft system. Accessory relay, customer access feed. CHANGING A FUSE WARNINGS Do not modify the electrical system of your vehicle in any way. Have repairs to the electrical system and the replacement of relays and high current fuses carried out by an authorized dealer.

  • Page 210

    Maintenance Working with the Engine On GENERAL INFORMATION WARNING Have your vehicle serviced regularly to help maintain its roadworthiness and resale To reduce the risk of vehicle damage value. There is a large network of and/or personal burn injuries, do not authorized dealers that are there to help start your engine with the air cleaner you with their professional servicing...

  • Page 211: Closing The Hood

    Maintenance E87786 4. Open the hood. Support the hood with the strut. Closing the Hood Remove the strut from the catch and secure it correctly in the clip. 2. Lower the hood and allow it to drop under its own weight for the last E217707 8–12 in (20–30 cm).

  • Page 212: Under Hood Overview - 3.5l

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 3.5L E174601 Air cleaner. See Changing the Engine Air Filter (page 232). Engine oil dipstick . See Engine Oil Dipstick (page 212). Brake fluid reservoir . See Brake Fluid Check (page 218). Engine coolant reservoir .

  • Page 213: Under Hood Overview - 3.7l

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 3.7L E174602 Air cleaner. See Changing the Engine Air Filter (page 232). Engine oil dipstick . See Engine Oil Dipstick (page 212). Brake fluid reservoir . See Brake Fluid Check (page 218). Engine coolant reservoir .

  • Page 214: Under Hood Overview - 3.2l Power Stroke Diesel

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 3.2L POWER STROKE DIESEL E174603 Air cleaner. See Changing the Engine Air Filter (page 232). Engine oil dipstick . See Engine Oil Dipstick (page 212). Engine oil filler cap . See Engine Oil Check (page 212). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir .

  • Page 215: Engine Oil Dipstick - 3.5l, Engine Oil Check, Engine Oil Dipstick - 3.7l

    Maintenance ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 3.5L ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 3.2L POWER STROKE DIESEL E71362 E174604 Minimum Minimum Maximum Maximum ENGINE OIL CHECK ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 3.7L Make sure that your vehicle is on level ground. 2. Switch off the engine and wait 10 minutes for the oil to drain into the oil pan.

  • Page 216: Changing The Engine Oil And Oil Filter, Adding Engine Oil

    3. Reinstall the oil pan drain plug. Remove the engine oil filler cap. 4. Refill the engine with new oil that 2. Add engine oil that meets Ford meets Ford specifications. See specifications. See Capacities and Capacities and Specifications (page Specifications (page 274).

  • Page 217: Oil Change Indicator Reset, Engine Coolant Check

    Maintenance • Sustained high-speed driving at Gross ENGINE COOLANT CHECK Vehicle Weight Rating (maximum loaded weight for vehicle operation). Checking the Engine Coolant • Sustained use of diesel fuel other than When the engine is cold, check the ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD). concentration and level of the engine coolant at the intervals listed in the OIL CHANGE INDICATOR...

  • Page 218: Recycled Engine Coolant

    Do not add coolant further than the warranty. Use prediluted engine MAX mark. coolant meeting the Ford specification. See Capacities and Specifications To reduce the risk of personal injury, (page 274). make sure the engine is cool before •...

  • Page 219

    If you drive in extremely cold climates: The service engine soon • It may be necessary to have a Ford indicator will illuminate. authorized dealer increase the coolant If the engine reaches a preset concentration above 50%.

  • Page 220: Check

    Maintenance The engine is capable of completely amount of speed reduction will depend on shutting down automatically to prevent the vehicle loading, towing, grade, ambient engine damage, if this situation occurs: temperature and other factors. If this occurs, there is no need to pull off the road. Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe You can continue to drive your vehicle to do so and switch the ignition off.

  • Page 221: Draining The Fuel Filter Water Trap, Brake Fluid Check, Washer Fluid Check

    Maintenance Have an authorized dealer check and 2. Add power steering fluid to the MAX change the transmission fluid at the mark. Do not overfill. correct service interval. See Scheduled 3. Replace the filler cap. Turn it until you Maintenance (page 363). Your feel a strong resistance.

  • Page 222: Changing The Fuel Filter

    Maintenance E184430 E177378 2. Disconnect the electrical connector. Attach a tube to the drain plug and 3. Rotate the housing counterclockwise place the end of the tube into a to the unlock position. suitable container. 4. Remove the housing and filter. 2.

  • Page 223: Purging Air From The Fuel System, Fuel Filter Gasoline

    3. Open the Schrader valve. 8. Purge air from the system. 4. Switch the ignition on until a steady Note: Only add fuel that meets the Ford stream of fuel can be seen coming out specification. See Fuel and Refueling of the tube.

  • Page 224: Changing The 12v Battery, Removing The Battery

    Maintenance CHANGING THE 12V BATTERY Removing the Battery WARNINGS You must replace your vehicle battery with one of exactly the same specification. Make sure the battery box is correctly sealed. Your vehicle battery is heavy; take care when lifting and removing. Note: If you have power seats and the E152529 battery has no charge, jump-start your...

  • Page 225

    Maintenance E146773 5. Remove the battery clamp and cover bolts. E162775 6. Remove the battery clamp and cover. 8. Remove the cable securing clips from the cover. Release the retaining clips and remove the cover. E162774 Remove the battery terminal cover and remove the negative (-) terminal.

  • Page 226: Checking The Wiper Blades, Installing The Battery, Adjusting The Headlamps, Vertical Aim Adjustment

    Maintenance Note: Single batteries are mounted the opposite way around in the battery tray. The negative terminal is toward the rear of the vehicle. Installing the Battery WARNING Make sure that you securely fasten E72899 the seat runner bolts before installing the covers.

  • Page 227

    Maintenance 25 ft (7.6 m) Horizontal reference line Vertical Aim Adjustment Procedure Park your vehicle on level ground approximately 25 ft (7.6 m) from a wall or screen. 2. Measure the distance from the ground to the center of the headlamp low beam bulb and mark an 8 ft (2.4 m) E142465 long horizontal reference line on the...

  • Page 228: Removing A Headlamp, Horizontal Aim Adjustment, Changing A Bulb

    Maintenance 5. Locate the vertical adjuster on each headlamp. Use a suitable tool, for example a screwdriver or hexagonal socket, to turn the adjuster clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the vertical aim of the headlamp. The horizontal edge of the brighter light should touch the horizontal reference line.

  • Page 229

    Maintenance Side Marker Lamp WARNINGS Bulbs become hot when in use. Let them cool down before you remove them. Use the correct specification bulb. See Bulb Specification Chart (page 230). The following instructions describe how to remove the bulbs. Install in the reverse order unless otherwise stated.

  • Page 230

    Maintenance Headlamp Low Beam and Daytime 4. Disconnect the electrical connector. Running Lamp Note: Do not touch the bulb glass. Note: You cannot separate the bulb from the bulb holder. Front Clearance Lamp (If Equipped) E175742 Remove the headlamp. See Removing a Headlamp (page 225).

  • Page 231

    Maintenance Side Direction Indicator (If Equipped) E175745 3. Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise E169209 and remove it. Remove the large mirror glass. Tilt the mirror glass fully up, pull the mirror glass toward you from the bottom. 2. Remove the small mirror glass. Tilt the mirror glass fully down, pull the mirror glass toward you from the top.

  • Page 232

    Maintenance License Plate Lamp Reading Lamps Vehicles with Interior Sensors E72789 Carefully release the spring clip. 2. Remove the lamp. 3. Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise and remove it. Pull the bulb straight E72786 out. Carefully remove the lamp. Interior Lamp 2.

  • Page 233: Bulb Specification Chart

    Maintenance Vehicles without Interior Sensors 3. Remove the bulb. Sun Visor Mirror Lamp E99453 E72785 Carefully remove the lamp. Carefully remove the lamp. 2. Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise 2. Remove the bulb. and remove it. BULB SPECIFICATION CHART Exterior Lamps Lamp Specification Power (Watt)

  • Page 234

    Maintenance Lamp Specification Power (Watt) Reversing lamp. 3057K License plate lamp. Note: If your vehicle is fitted with LED lamps these are not serviceable items, see an authorized dealer if they fail. Interior Lamps Lamp Specification Power (watt) Front interior lamp. Front interior lamp.

  • Page 235: Changing The Engine Air Filter

    Maintenance 2. Clean the area around the air tube and CHANGING THE ENGINE AIR air filter cover connection. Loosen the FILTER air tube clamp, it is not necessary to completely remove the clamp. Remove WARNING the air tube off from the air filter housing cover.

  • Page 236

    Maintenance 6. Wipe any dirt or debris from the air filter housing and cover to make sure no dirt gets in the engine and that you have a good seal. Install a new air filter element. Be careful not to crimp the filter element edges between the air filter housing and cover.

  • Page 237: Cleaning Products, Cleaning The Headlamps, Cleaning The Rear Window, Cleaning The Chrome Trim

    Vehicle Care Note: Some car washes use water at high CLEANING PRODUCTS pressure. Due to this, water droplets may enter inside your vehicle and could also For best results, use the following products damage certain parts of your vehicle. or products of equivalent quality: Note: Remove the aerial before using an •...

  • Page 238: Waxing

    Vehicle Care • Do not allow wax to come in contact WARNINGS with any non-body (low-gloss black) Do not allow polish to touch plastic colored trim. The wax will discolor or surfaces. It could be difficult to stain the parts over time. remove.

  • Page 239: Blades, Cleaning The Interior, Rear Windows

    Vehicle Care • Never wash or rinse any ignition coil, CLEANING THE INTERIOR spark plug wire or spark plug well, or the area in and around these locations. Note: Do not allow air fresheners and hand sanitizers to spill on interior surfaces. If a •...

  • Page 240: Cleaning The Instrument Panel And Instrument Cluster Lens, Repairing Minor Paint Damage

    Vehicle Care Wipe up spilled liquid using a clean, CLEANING THE INSTRUMENT soft cloth as quickly as possible. PANEL AND INSTRUMENT 2. Use Motorcraft Premium Leather and CLUSTER LENS Vinyl Cleaner or a commercially available leather cleaning product for WARNING automotive interiors.

  • Page 241: Vehicle Storage

    Vehicle Care Note: Some automatic car washes may We engineer and test all motor vehicles cause damage to the finish on your wheel and their components for reliable, regular rims and covers. driving. Under various conditions, long-term storage may lead to degraded Note: Industrial-strength or heavy-duty engine performance or failure unless you cleaners in combination with brush agitation...

  • Page 242: Removing Vehicle From Storage, Fuel System, Cooling System

    Vehicle Care Engine Brakes • Change the engine oil and filter prior to • Make sure the brakes and parking brake storage because used engine oil release fully. contains contaminates which may Tires cause engine damage. • Start the engine every 15 days for a •...

  • Page 243: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle Care Contact an authorized dealer if you have any concerns or issues. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 244

    Wheels and Tires How Your Vehicle Differs from GENERAL INFORMATION Other Vehicles Notice to Utility Vehicle, Van and Sport-utility vehicles, vans and trucks can Truck Owners differ from some other vehicles in a few noticeable ways. Your vehicle may be: WARNINGS Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than other types...

  • Page 245: Tire Care

    Wheels and Tires • Higher - to allow higher load carrying TIRE CARE capacity and to allow it to travel over rough terrain without getting hung up Information About Uniform or damaging underbody components. Tire Quality Grades • Shorter - to give it the capability to approach inclines and drive over the crest of a hill without getting hung up or damaging underbody components.

  • Page 246: Wheels And Tires

    The United States of America measured under controlled Department of Transportation conditions on specified requires Ford Motor Company to government test surfaces of give you the following information asphalt and concrete. A tire about tire grades exactly as the marked C may have poor traction government has written it.

  • Page 247

    Wheels and Tires Federal Motor Vehicle Safety • Extra load: A class of P-metric Standard No. 139. Grades B and A or Metric tires designed to carry represent higher levels of a heavier maximum load at performance on the laboratory 42 psi (2.9 bar).

  • Page 248

    Wheels and Tires • Tread area of the tire: Area of the perimeter of the tire that contacts the road when mounted on the vehicle. • Rim: The metal support (wheel) for a tire or a tire and tube assembly upon which the tire beads are seated.

  • Page 249

    Wheels and Tires 15: Indicates the wheel or United States of rim diameter in inches. If America DOT Tire you change the wheel Identification Number size, you will have to (TIN): This begins with purchase new tires to the letters DOT and match the new wheel indicates that the tire diameter.

  • Page 250

    Wheels and Tires manufacturers also must as measured under indicate the ply materials controlled conditions on in the tire and the specified government test sidewall, which include surfaces of asphalt and steel, nylon, polyester, concrete. A tire marked C and others. may have poor traction performance.

  • Page 251

    Wheels and Tires Note: If the tire size does not begin the driver door. The cold with a letter, this may mean it is inflation pressure should designated by either ETRTO never be set lower than (European Tire and Rim Technical the recommended Organization) or JATMA (Japan Tire pressure on the vehicle...

  • Page 252

    Wheels and Tires 80: Indicates the aspect ratio which gives the tire's ratio of height to width. Numbers of 70 or lower indicate a short sidewall. D: Indicates a diagonal type tire. R: Indicates a radial type tire. 16: Indicates the wheel or rim diameter in inches.

  • Page 253

    Wheels and Tires Maximum Load Dual lb (kg) at psi (kPa) cold: Indicates the maximum load and tire pressure when the tire is used as a dual, defined as four tires on the rear axle (a total of six or more tires on the vehicle).

  • Page 254

    Wheels and Tires United States of America DOT Inflating the Tires Tire Identification Number WARNING (TIN) Under-inflation is the most United States of America, and common cause of tire failures Canada Federal regulations and may result in severe tire require tire manufacturers to place cracking, tread separation or standardized information on the blowout, with unexpected loss of...

  • Page 255

    If you do not may be inaccurate. We maintain the tire pressures as recommend the use of a digital or specified by Ford, your vehicle may dial-type tire pressure gauge experience a condition known as rather than a stick-type tire shimmy.

  • Page 256

    Wheels and Tires of the driver door. The cold Note: If you are checking tire inflation pressure should never be pressure when the tire is hot, for set lower than the recommended example you have driven more than pressure on the Safety 1.0 mi (1.6 km), never bleed or Compliance Certification Label or reduce tire pressure.

  • Page 257

    Wheels and Tires Inspecting the Tires and Wheel Tire Wear Valve Stems Periodically inspect the tire treads for uneven or excessive wear and remove objects, for example stones, nails or glass that may be wedged in the tread grooves. Check the tire and valve stems for holes, cracks, or cuts that may permit air leakage and repair or replace the tire and replace the...

  • Page 258

    Use of any tire or wheel not recommended by Ford can In general, tires should be affect the safety and performance replaced after six years regardless of your vehicle, which could result of tread wear.

  • Page 259

    System (If Equipped) tires are replaced on your vehicle. The use of wheels or tires not Fitting Replacement Tires recommended by Ford Motor Company may affect the WARNINGS operation of the tire pressure When mounting replacement monitoring system. If the tire...

  • Page 260

    Wheels and Tires replace it with the spare tire and WARNINGS wheel. If you cannot detect a Do not spin the wheels at cause, have the vehicle towed to over 35 mph (56 km/h). The the nearest repair facility or tire tires may fail and injure a dealer to have the vehicle passenger or bystander.

  • Page 261

    Wheels and Tires Tire Rotation Note: Your vehicle may have a dissimilar spare wheel and tire WARNING assembly. A dissimilar spare wheel and tire assembly is defined as a If the tire label shows spare wheel and tire assembly that different tire pressures for the is different in brand, size or front and rear tires and the vehicle...

  • Page 262: Using Winter Tires, Using Snow Chains

    Avoid fully loading your vehicle. that you use the correct tire pressures. • Only certain snow chains or cables have been approved by Ford as safe for use on vehicles with either 235/65 R16C or 195/75 R16C tires. • Snow chains or cables must be mounted in pairs on the rear tires only.

  • Page 263: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

    Wheels and Tires • Install snow chains securely, make sure Each tire, including the spare (if they do not touch any wiring, brake provided), should be checked lines or fuel lines. monthly when cold and inflated to the inflation pressure recommended by •...

  • Page 264

    Wheels and Tires When the malfunction indicator is You should always have your tires serviced illuminated, the system may not be able by an authorized dealer. to detect or signal low tire pressure as Check the tire pressure periodically (at intended.

  • Page 265

    Wheels and Tires Low tire pressure Possible cause Action required warning light Solid warning light Tire(s) under-inflated 1. Make sure tires are at the correct pres- sure. See Inflating the tires in this chapter. 2. After inflating the tires to the correct pressure See Maintenance (page 207).

  • Page 266

    Tire Pressure Monitoring System least three feet (one meter) away from Reset Procedure another Ford vehicle undergoing the system reset procedure. Note: The system reset procedure needs • Do not wait more than two minutes to be carried out after each tire replacement.

  • Page 267: Changing A Road Wheel

    If you must use a sealant, the following a clockwise order: Left front, Ford Tire Mobility Kit sealant should be right front, right rear, left rear. used. The tire pressure monitoring system 6.

  • Page 268

    3. Full-size dissimilar spare without by Ford. If the dissimilar spare tire or wheel label on wheel is damaged, it should be replaced rather When driving with the full-size dissimilar than repaired.

  • Page 269: Locking Lug Nuts

    Wheels and Tires The usage of a full-size dissimilar spare Note: If your vehicle is fitted with a tire wheel and tire assembly can lead to pressure monitoring system, the warning impairment of the following: indicator will flash if you fit the spare wheel to your vehicle.

  • Page 270

    Wheels and Tires E146813 4. Remove the retaining nut to release the spare wheel bracket. E146811 Vehicles With a Spare Wheel 2. Raise the cable end cover. Chassis Cab and Cutaway The spare wheel is under the rear of your vehicle.

  • Page 271

    Wheels and Tires E184880 Insert the flat end of the lug wrench into the socket. Turn counterclockwise until the spare wheel rests on the ground and the cable is loose. E146812 3. Rotate the cable through 90 degrees. Slide the cable through the slot to release the spare wheel bracket from the winch.

  • Page 272

    Wheels and Tires Vehicle Jack Vehicle Jack Storage The vehicle jack is under the passenger WARNINGS seat. The jack handle and lug wrench are When one of the front wheels is off located in a storage compartment in the the ground, the transmission alone front right-hand side stepwell.

  • Page 273: Removing A Road Wheel, Rear Jacking Points

    Wheels and Tires Note: If your vehicle has rear air conditioning make sure the vehicle jack does not come in contact with the air conditioning lines. E171406 Position the head of the vehicle jack under the rear axle. Removing a Road Wheel E171405 Position the head of the vehicle jack under WARNINGS...

  • Page 274: Installing A Road Wheel

    Wheels and Tires WARNINGS WARNINGS Chock the diagonally opposite wheel Make sure the wheel and hub to the punctured tire with an contact surfaces are free from appropriate block or wheel chock. A foreign material. wheel chock may be located in the B-pillar Never use wheels or lug nuts or in a storage compartment in the front different than the original equipment...

  • Page 275: Technical Specifications, Stowing The Wheel And Vehicle Jack

    M14 x 1.5 148 lb.ft (200 Nm) Torque specifications are for nut and bolt threads free of dirt and rust. Use only Ford recommended replacement fasteners. Retighten the lug nuts to the specified torque within 100 miles (160 kilometers) after any wheel disturbance, for example tire rotation, changing a flat tire or wheel removal.

  • Page 276

    Wheels and Tires E145950 Wheel pilot bore Inspect the wheel pilot bore and mounting surface prior to installation. Remove any visible corrosion or loose particles. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 277: Engine Specifications - 3.5l

    Capacities and Specifications ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS - 3.5L Engine 3.5L V6 Ecoboost Cubic inches Required fuel Minimum 87 octane Firing order 1-4-2-5-3-6 Ignition system Coil on plug Spark plug gap .030-.033 in. (.75-.85 mm) Compression ratio 10.0:1 Drivebelt Routing 3.5L V6 Ecoboost Engines with A/C E167467 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS - 3.7L Engine...

  • Page 278: Stroke Diesel

    Capacities and Specifications Drivebelt Routing 3.7L V6 Engines with A/C E167464 ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS - 3.2L POWER STROKE DIESEL Engine 3.2L Power Stroke Diesel Cubic inches Required fuel No. 2 Diesel Firing order 1-2-4-5-3 Compression ratio 15.4:1 Drivebelt Routing 3.2L Power Stroke Diesel Engines with E175582 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 279: Motorcraft Parts - 3.5l

    WW-2049 - passenger side We recommend Motorcraft replacement parts available at your Ford dealer or at fordparts.com for scheduled maintenance. These parts meet or exceed Ford Motor Company’s specifications and are engineered for your vehicle. Use of other parts may impact vehicle performance, emissions and durability.

  • Page 280: Motorcraft Parts - 3.7l

    WW-2049 - passenger side We recommend Motorcraft replacement parts available at your Ford dealer or at fordparts.com for scheduled maintenance. These parts meet or exceed Ford Motor Company’s specifications and are engineered for your vehicle. Use of other parts may impact vehicle performance, emissions and durability.

  • Page 281: Diesel

    Note: Motorcraft replacement parts are recommended for scheduled maintenance and are available at an authorized dealer or at fordparts.com. These parts meet or exceed Ford Motor Company s specifications, and are engineered for your vehicle. Use of other parts may impact vehicle performance, emissions and durability.

  • Page 282: Vehicle Identification Number

    Capacities and Specifications VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER The vehicle identification number is located on the left-hand side of the instrument panel. E142477 World manufacturer identifier Brake system, Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, Restraint Devices and their locations Make, vehicle line, series, body type Engine type Check digit...

  • Page 283: Vehicle Certification Label

    Capacities and Specifications VEHICLE CERTIFICATION TRANSMISSION CODE LABEL DESIGNATION E167469 E167814 The National Highway Traffic Safety The transmission code is on the Safety Administration Regulations require that a Compliance Certification Label. The Safety Compliance Certification Label be following table shows the transmission affixed to a vehicle and prescribe where code along with the transmission the Safety Compliance Certification Label...

  • Page 284: Capacities And Specifications - 3.5l

    Capacities and Specifications CAPACITIES AND WARNING SPECIFICATIONS - 3.5L The air conditioning refrigerant system contains refrigerant R-134a under high pressure. Opening the air conditioning refrigerant system can cause personal injury. Have the air conditioning refrigerant system serviced only by qualified personnel. Capacities Item Capacity...

  • Page 285: Capacities And Specifications

    Change the automatic transmission fluid and filter at the correct service interval. See Scheduled Maintenance (page 363). For complete refill of limited slip Ford axles, add 4.0 oz. (118 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A.

  • Page 286

    Capacities and Specifications Name Specification Automatic transmission fluid (U.S. and Mexico): WSS-M2C938-A Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission MERCON LV Fluid XT-10-QLVC Automatic transmission fluid (Canada): WSS-M2C938-A Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission MERCON LV Fluid CXT-10-LV12 Rear axle fluid (limited slip): WSS-M2C942-A Motorcraft SAE 75W-85 Premium Synthetic Hypoid Gear Lubricant...

  • Page 287

    ESA-M1C75-B Premium Long-Life Grease XG-1-E1 Note: Do not use supplemental engine oil Only use fluid that meets Ford additives. They are unnecessary and could specifications. Motor oils of the lead to engine damage that is not covered recommended viscosity grade that meet by Ford s warranty.

  • Page 288: Capacities And Specifications - 3.7l

    Capacities and Specifications • Reduced fuel economy. CAPACITIES AND • Degraded brake performance. SPECIFICATIONS - 3.7L WARNING The air conditioning refrigerant system contains refrigerant R-134a under high pressure. Opening the air conditioning refrigerant system can cause personal injury. Have the air conditioning refrigerant system serviced only by qualified personnel.

  • Page 289

    Change the automatic transmission fluid and filter at the correct service interval. See Scheduled Maintenance (page 363). For complete refill of limited slip Ford axles, add 4.0 oz. (118 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A.

  • Page 290

    Capacities and Specifications Name Specification Automatic transmission fluid (U.S. and Mexico): WSS-M2C938-A Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission MERCON LV Fluid XT-10-QLVC Automatic transmission fluid (Canada): WSS-M2C938-A Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission MERCON LV Fluid CXT-10-LV12 Rear axle fluid (limited slip): WSS-M2C942-A Motorcraft SAE 75W-85 Premium Synthetic Hypoid Gear Lubricant...

  • Page 291

    ESA-M1C75-B Premium Long-Life Grease XG-1-E1 Note: Do not use supplemental engine oil Only use fluid that meets Ford additives. They are unnecessary and could specifications. Motor oils of the lead to engine damage that is not covered recommended viscosity grade that meet by your Ford warranty.

  • Page 292: Capacities And Specifications - 3.2l Power Stroke Diesel, Capacities And Specifications - 3.2l

    Capacities and Specifications • Reduced fuel economy. CAPACITIES AND • Degraded brake performance. SPECIFICATIONS - 3.2L POWER STROKE DIESEL WARNING The air conditioning refrigerant system contains refrigerant R-134a under high pressure. Opening the air conditioning refrigerant system can cause personal injury. Have the air conditioning refrigerant system serviced only by qualified personnel.

  • Page 293

    Change the automatic transmission fluid and filter at the correct service interval. See Scheduled Maintenance (page 363). For complete refill of limited slip Ford axles, add 4.0 oz. (118 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A.

  • Page 294

    Capacities and Specifications Name Specification Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission MERCON LV Fluid XT-10-QLVC Automatic transmission fluid (Canada): WSS-M2C938-A Motorcraft MERCON LV Automatic Transmission MERCON LV Fluid CXT-10-LV12 Rear axle fluid (limited slip): WSS-M2C942-A Motorcraft SAE 75W-85 Premium Synthetic Hypoid Gear Lubricant XY-75W85-QL Rear axle fluid (conventional):...

  • Page 295

    The API service symbol is on the oil container. E176394 Note: For the use of biodiesel fuel (B6 – B20), use SAE 5W-40 API CJ-4. Ford recommends using DOT 4 Low Viscosity (LV) High Performance Brake Fluid or equivalent meeting E179966 WSS-M6C65-A2. Use of any fluid other...

  • Page 296

    Capacities and Specifications If you use oil and fluids that do not meet the defined specification and viscosity grades this may lead to: • Component damage which may not be covered by the vehicle Warranty. • Longer engine cranking periods. •...

  • Page 297

    Audio systems capable of recognizing and compact discs may not function correctly playing MP3 and WMA individual tracks when used in Ford CD players. and folder structures work as follows: • There are two different modes for MP3...

  • Page 298: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Am/fm

    Audio System • MP3 and WMA folder mode represents In track mode, the system displays and a folder structure consisting of one plays the structure as if it were only one level of folders. The CD player numbers level deep (all MP3 and WMA files play, all MP3 and WMA tracks on the disc regardless of being in a specific folder).

  • Page 299: Audio System

    Audio System E175058 Display: Shows the status of the current mode selected. Clock: Press the button to select clock setup. Seek up: Press the button to go to the next station up the radio frequency band. Seek down: Press the button to go to the next station down the radio frequency band.

  • Page 300: Clock Button

    Audio System Radio: Press the button to select different radio frequency bands. Press to cancel the menu or list browsing. Cursor up or down: Press the cursor up or down arrow buttons to adjust the settings within the menus or to move to the next radio station while listening to the radio on the FM or AM frequency band.

  • Page 301: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Premium Am Fm/cd, Station Preset Buttons, Aux Button, Menu Button

    Audio System Station Preset Buttons 2. Use the cursor up or down arrow buttons to select the required level. This feature allows you to store your Note: Fade settings are only adjustable if favorite stations. They can be recalled by there are speakers in the rear of your vehicle.

  • Page 302

    Audio System E177140 TUNE: Press the button to manually search through the radio frequency bands. In SIRIUS mode, press these buttons to find the next or previous available satellite radio station. Mute: Press the button to mute the sound. DISP: Press the button to switch the display screen off. SEEK: Press the button to go to the previous or next track or available radio station.

  • Page 303: Sync

    Audio System Note: You can operate your audio system AUDIO UNIT - VEHICLES WITH: for up to one hour after you switch the AM/FM/CD/SYNC ignition off. Press the on and off control to operate the system with the ignition turned WARNING off.

  • Page 304

    Audio System Eject: Press this button to eject a CD. Cursor arrows: Press these buttons to scroll through on screen audio system choices. OK: Press this button to confirm menu selections. Information: Press this button to access any available radio or CD information. TUNE: Press these buttons to manually search through the frequency band.

  • Page 305: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Am/fm/cd Sync/satellite Radio

    Audio System Note: You can operate your audio system AUDIO UNIT - VEHICLES WITH: for up to one hour after you switch the AM/FM/CD/SYNC/SATELLITE ignition off. Press the on and off control to RADIO operate the system with the ignition turned off.

  • Page 306: Digital Radio

    Audio System Eject: Press this button to eject a CD. Cursor arrows: Press these buttons to scroll through on screen audio system choices. OK: Press this button to confirm menu selections. Information: Press this button to access any available radio or CD information. TUNE: Press these buttons to manually search through the frequency band.

  • Page 307

    Audio System than analog broadcasts with free, When HD Radio broadcasts are active, you crystal-clear audio and no static or can access the following functions: distortion. For more information, and a • Scan allows you to hear a brief guide to available stations and sampling of all available stations.

  • Page 308

    Audio System In order to provide the best possible technology. Independent entities own and experience, use the contact form to report operate each station. These stations are any station issues found while listening to responsible for ensuring all audio streams a station broadcasting with HD Radio and data fields are accurate.

  • Page 309: Satellite Radio, Satellite Radio Reception Factors, SiriusĀ® Satellite Radio Service

    SIRIUS® broadcasts a variety of music, HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks news, sports, weather, traffic and of iBiquity Digital Corp. Ford Motor entertainment satellite radio channels. For Company and iBiquity Digital Corp. are not more information and a complete list of...

  • Page 310

    Audio System SIRIUS satellite radio is a For more information on extended subscription-based satellite radio service subscription terms (a service fee is that broadcasts a variety of music, sports, required), the online media player and a news, weather, traffic and entertainment complete list of SIRIUS satellite radio programming.

  • Page 311: Audio Input Jack

    Audio System Message Condition Action Questions? Call Your satellite service is no Contact SIRIUS at 1-888- longer available. 539-7474 to resolve 1-888-539-7474 subscription issues. None found All the channels in the Use the channel guide to selected category are either turn off the Lock or Skip Check Channel Guide skipped or locked.

  • Page 312: Usb Port

    Audio System 4. Adjust the volume as desired. 5. Switch the portable music player on and adjust the volume to half its maximum level. 6. Press the AUX button on the audio unit. You should hear music from the portable music player even if it is low. Adjust the volume on the portable music player as desired.

  • Page 313: Audio Troubleshooting

    Audio System AUDIO TROUBLESHOOTING Message Description and Action Please check CD General error message for CD fault conditions. For example cannot read the CD, data-CD inserted, etc. Make sure the disc is loaded correctly. Clean and re-try, or replace disc with known music disc. If the error persists contact an authorized dealer.

  • Page 314

    SYNC GENERAL INFORMATION E198355 • Text message. SYNC is an in-vehicle communications system that works with your • Use the advanced voice recognition Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone and system. portable media player. This allows you to: • Charge your USB device (if your device •...

  • Page 315

    SYNC Monday-Saturday, 8:30am-9:00pm EST. When using SYNC: • Do not operate playing devices if the Sunday, 10:30am-7:30pm EST. power cords or cables are broken, split In the United States, call 1-800-392-3673. or damaged. Place cords and cables In Canada, call 1-800-565-3673. out of the way, so they do not interfere with the operation of pedals, seats, Times are subject to change due to...

  • Page 316: Using Voice Recognition, Initiating A Voice Session

    Make sure the interior of your vehicle is vehicle's SYNC module. Ford Motor as quiet as possible. Wind noise from Company and Ford of Canada will not open windows and road vibrations may access the system data for any purpose...

  • Page 317: System Interaction And Feedback

    SYNC Voice command If you want the system to carry out the following Voice Settings | Voice Adjust the level of voice interaction and feedback. Preferences Help Hear a list of voice commands available in the current mode. You can say any of the voice commands that appear within open and close brackets that are separated by |.

  • Page 318

    SYNC Confirmation prompts are short questions correct?". If turned off, the system simply the system asks when it is not sure of your makes a best guess as to what you request or when there are multiple possible requested and may ask you to confirm responses to your request.

  • Page 319: Using Sync With Your Phone

    SYNC Other features, such as text messaging USING SYNC WITH YOUR using Bluetooth and automatic phonebook PHONE download, are cell phone-dependent features. To check your cell phone's Hands-free calling is one of the main compatibility, see your cell phone's manual features of SYNC.

  • Page 320: Pairing Subsequent Cell Phones, Phone Voice Commands

    SYNC Pairing Subsequent Cell Phones Depending on your cell phone's capability and your market, the system may prompt Note: To scroll through the menus, press you with questions, such as setting the the up and down arrows on your audio current cell phone as the primary cell system.

  • Page 321

    SYNC Voice Command You can also say any of the following: [Phone] Settings [Message] Notification Voice Command Call ___ [Phone] Settings [Message] Notification Call ___ at Home [Phone] Settings [Set] Phone Ringer Call ___ at Work [Phone] Settings [Set] Ringer 1 Call ___ in Office [Phone] Settings [Set] Ringer 2 Call ___ on Mobile...

  • Page 322: Making A Call, Phone Options During An Active Call, Receiving Calls

    SYNC Making a Call Press the voice button and when prompted say: Voice Command Action and Description Call ___ This command is not available until your cell phone informa- tion is completely downloaded using Bluetooth. Dial Use to enter a phone number digit by digit. When the system confirms the number say one of the following commands: Dial To confirm the number and initiate the call.

  • Page 323

    SYNC Message Action and Description Press the phone button. 2. Access the desired contact through SYNC or use voice commands to place the second call. Once actively in the second call, press MENU. 3. Scroll to Join Calls, and press the OK button. Wait until the following message appears.

  • Page 324

    SYNC Press the phone button to enter the Phone Menu, then scroll to: Message Action and Description PHONE REDIAL Press the OK button to redial the last number called. Press the OK button again to confirm. PHONE REDIAL Access any previously dialed, received or missed calls after you connect your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone to SYNC.

  • Page 325

    SYNC Message Action and Description Repeat entering letters to narrow your search. When you are satisfied with your entry press the right arrow key on the bezel. SYNC will jump to the phonebook contact name that matches your entry. Press OK. In addition to the Phonebook entry name, the phone number label (Work, Cell, Home or Other) shows on the...

  • Page 326: Text Messaging

    SYNC Message Action and Description SYS SETTINGS Access Bluetooth Devices menu listings and advanced menu listings. EXIT MENU Press the OK button to exit the phone menu. This is a cell phone-dependent feature. This is a cell phone-dependent and speed-dependent feature. This is an optional feature and available in the United States only.

  • Page 327

    6. Press the OK button again when the system asks if you would like to send the message. The system sends each text message with the following signature: This message was sent from my Ford. Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 328: Accessing Your Phone Settings

    SYNC Message Action and Description DOWNLOAD MSG Allows you to download your unread messages to SYNC. To download the messages, press the OK button to select. The display indicates the system is downloading your messages. When downloading is complete, SYNC returns you to the inbox.

  • Page 329

    SYNC Message Action and Description Press the OK button then select one of the following and press the OK button again to confirm. MSG NTFY ON MSG NTFY OFF MODIFY Modify the contents of your phone book (such as add, delete, down- PHONEBOOK load).

  • Page 330

    SYNC Press the Phone button to enter the Phone Menu, then scroll to: Message Action and Description SYS SETTINGS Press the OK button. BT DEVICES Press the OK button. Select one of the following: ADD DEVICE See Using SYNC With Your Phone (page 316). CONNECT BT Connect a previously paired Bluetooth-enabled phone.

  • Page 331

    SYNC Advanced and set prompts, languages, defaults, perform a master reset, install an The Advanced menu allows you to access application and view system information. To access the advanced menu, press the phone button to enter the Phone Menu, the scroll to: Message Action and Description SYS SETTINGS...

  • Page 332: Sync Applications And Services

    SYNC Message Action and Description CONFIRM REBOOT? Press OK to select. You only need to press the OK button once. SYNC will be unre- sponsive for 2-4 minutes while it is rebooting. Wait 2-4 minutes before attempting to execute a SYNC command INSTALL APP Install applications you have downloaded.

  • Page 333

    SYNC Note: Before setting this feature on, make If a crash deploys an airbag (excluding sure that you read the 911 Assist Privacy knee airbags and rear inflatable safety Notice later in this section for important belts [if equipped]) or activates the fuel information.

  • Page 334

    SYNC • A connected Bluetooth-enabled phone 911 Assist May Not Work If must have adequate network coverage, • Your cellular phone or 911 Assist battery power and signal strength. hardware sustains damage in a crash. • The vehicle must have battery power •...

  • Page 335

    Action and Description Vehicle Health (Report) The system will run a vehicle health report of your vehicle's diagnostic systems and send the results to Ford where it combines with scheduled maintenance information, open recalls, other field service actions and vehicle inspection items that still need servicing by an authorized dealer.

  • Page 336

    Run Report Press the OK button for SYNC to run a health report of your vehicle's diagnostic systems and send the results to Ford where it combines with scheduled maintenance information, open recalls, other field service actions and vehicle inspection items that still need servicing by an authorized dealer.

  • Page 337

    Maps www.SYNCMyRide.com. If you do not want used by this system may be inaccurate Ford or its service providers to collect your because of errors, changes in roads, traffic vehicle travel information or other conditions or driving conditions.

  • Page 338

    SYNC Voice command Action and Description Services To return to the Services main menu. Help Receive system help. You can say any of the voice commands that appear within open and close brackets that are separated by |. For example, where (options | choices) appears you say either; options or choices.

  • Page 339

    SYNC Receiving Turn-by-Turn Directions When connected to SYNC Services, press the voice button and when prompted say: Voice command Action and Description Directions To receive directions to a location. Once you select your destination, the system uploads your current vehicle location, calculates a route based on current traffic conditions and sends it back to your vehicle.

  • Page 340: Sync Applink, Sync Mobile Apps

    SYNC Disconnecting from SYNC Services To disconnect from SYNC services, say: Voice command Action and Description Goodbye From the SYNC Services main menu, or press and hold the phone button on the steering wheel. SYNC Services quick tips SYNC Services quick tips Personalizing You can personalize your Services feature to provide quicker access to your most used or favorite information.

  • Page 341

    SYNC To Access Using the Phone Menu For more information, please visit: Press the phone button to access the Website SYNC phone menu on-screen. You can then scroll to: www.SYNCMyRide.com Menu item To Access Using the Media Menu Mobile Apps Press OK to access a list Press the AUX button on the center of available applications.

  • Page 342: Player

    SYNC To Access Using Voice Commands Press the voice button and when prompted say: Voice command Action and description Mobile Apps Say the name of the application after the tone. The app should start. While an app is running through SYNC, you can press the voice button and speak commands specific to the app, for example, "Playlist Road Trip".

  • Page 343: What's Playing

    SYNC To Connect Using the System Menu USB Port (page 309). Press the AUX button, then the Menu Plug the device into the USB port. See button to enter the Media Menu. You can then scroll to: Message Action and Description Select Src Press the OK button.

  • Page 344: Media Voice Commands

    SYNC Press the voice button and when prompted say: Voice command Action and Description Whats This? | Whats The system reads the metadata tags of the playing track, Playing? and if the metadata tags are populated, the system will tell you what track is playing.

  • Page 345

    SYNC Bluetooth Audio Command Guide Voice command Press the voice button and say: Search The system searches for a Track ___ specific artist/track/album Voice command | Search from the music indexed Song ___ through the USB port. Bluetooth Audio Refine This allows you to make You can then say any of the following: album ___...

  • Page 346

    SYNC You can then scroll to: Message Action and Description Play Menu Play your music by artist, album, genre, playlists, tracks, similar music or to simply, play all. You can also choose to Explore USB to view the supported digital music files on your playing device.

  • Page 347

    SYNC Message Action and Description Mobile Apps Interact with SYNC-capable mobile applications on your smartphone. Sys Settings Access available Bluetooth Device menu listings as well as Advanced menu listings. Exit Press OK to exit the media menu. The time required to complete this depends on the size of the media the system needs to index.

  • Page 348

    SYNC Message Action and Description Artists Sort all indexed media by artist. Once selected, the system lists and then plays all artists and tracks alphabetically. If there are fewer than 255 indexed artists, the system lists them alphabetically in flat file mode. If there are more than 255, the system categorizes them alphabetically.

  • Page 349: System Settings

    SYNC Message Action and Description Browse USB Explore all supported digital media on your media device connected to the USB port. You can only view media content which is compatible with SYNC; other files saved are not visible. Press the OK button. 2.

  • Page 350

    SYNC Message Action and Description Press the OK button. When find SYNC appears in the display, press the OK button again. 2. Follow the directions in your phone's manual to put your phone into discovery mode. A six-digit PIN appears in the display.

  • Page 351

    SYNC You can then scroll to: Message Action and Description Sys Settings Press the OK button. Bluetooth device Press the OK button. You can then select one of the following: Confirmation Prompts Have SYNC guide you by asking questions, helpful hints or ask you for a specific action.

  • Page 352: Sync Troubleshooting

    SYNC Use the website at any time to check your SYNC TROUBLESHOOTING phone's compatibility, register your account and set preferences as well as Your SYNC system is easy to use. However, access a customer representative via an should questions arise, see the tables online chat (during certain hours).

  • Page 353

    SYNC Phone issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) Depending upon your phone, you may have to grant SYNC permission to access your phonebook contacts. Make sure to confirm when prompted by your phone during the phonebook download. I am having trouble This is a phone-dependent Go to the website to review connecting my phone to...

  • Page 354

    SYNC USB and media issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) I am having trouble This may be a possible Try turning off the device, connecting my device. device malfunction. resetting the device, removing the device's battery, then trying again. Make sure you are using the manufacturer's cable.

  • Page 355

    SYNC Vehicle Health Report and Services (Traffic, Directions and Information) issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) I received a text that I did You did not activate your This is a free feature, but you not activate Vehicle Health account on the website. must first register online to Report.

  • Page 356

    SYNC Voice command issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) SYNC does not understand You may be using the wrong Review the phone voice what I am saying. voice commands. commands and the media You may be speaking too voice commands at the soon or at the wrong time.

  • Page 357

    SYNC Voice command issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) The system may not be Make sure you are saying the reading the name the same contacts exactly as they are way you are saying it. listed. For example, if you Contacts in your phonebook save a contact as Joe may be very short and...

  • Page 358

    AppLink. Also, some may have a "Ford SYNC" setting, so check the app's settings menu on the phone. My phone is connected, my Sometime apps do not...

  • Page 359

    SYNC AppLink issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) On an iPhone with iOS7+, to force close an app, double tab the home button then swipe up on the app to close it. Tab the home button again, then select the app again to restart it.

  • Page 360

    SYNC phone listed in SYNC's bluetooth ports apps can to find. If the app has a "Ford Mobile Apps Menu. use to connect. If you have SYNC" setting, disable that more AppLink apps on your...

  • Page 361: Accessories, Interior Style

    Contact an Contact an authorized dealer for details authorized Ford dealer for the and a copy of the warranty. manufacturer's limited warranty details, and request a copy of the Ford Licensed Exterior Style Accessories product limited warranty from • Graphics.

  • Page 362: Auxiliary Switches

    • If you or an authorized Ford dealer add A fuse and relay kit is included with this any non-Ford electrical or electronic option. The kit contains the required fuses...

  • Page 363

    Accessories The relays are coded as follows: Switch Circuit number Wire color Fuse AUX 1 CAC05 Yellow AUX 2 CAC06 Green with brown trace AUX 3 CAC07 Violet with green trace AUX 4 CAC08 Brown Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 364: Extended Service Plan (esp)

    3. BaseCARE - Covers 84 components. Transferable Coverage 4. PowertrainCARE - Covers 29 critical If you sell your vehicle before your Ford components. Extended Service Plan coverage expires, Ford Extended Service Plan is honored by you can transfer any remaining coverage all authorized Ford dealers in the U.S.,...

  • Page 365: Scheduled Maintenance, Service Plans (canada Only)

    Premium Maintenance Plan that covers all Service Plan. Ford Extended Service Plan scheduled maintenance, and selected is the only service contract backed by Ford wear items. The coverage is prepaid, so Motor Company of Canada, Limited. you never have to worry about affording Depending on the plan you purchase, Ford your vehicle’s maintenance.

  • Page 366: General Maintenance Information

    If you do not use Ford authorized parts they you sell or trade it. Keep all receipts for may not meet our specifications and completed maintenance with your vehicle.

  • Page 367: Owner Checks And Services

    When the oil change message appears in Additives and Chemicals the information display, it is time for an oil This owner's manual and the Ford change. Make sure you perform the oil Workshop Manual list the recommended change within two weeks or 500 miles additives and chemicals for your vehicle.

  • Page 368: Multi-point Inspection

    Scheduled Maintenance Multi-point inspection Check every six months Exterior lamps and hazard warning Battery connections. Clean if necessary. system operation. Body and door drain holes for obstruc- Fluid levels ; fill if necessary. tions. Clean if necessary. For oil and fluid leaks. Cooling system fluid level and coolant strength.

  • Page 369: Normal Scheduled Maintenance

    Scheduled Maintenance important factors in its calculations, the NORMAL SCHEDULED monitor helps reduce the cost of owning MAINTENANCE your vehicle and reduces environmental waste at the same time. Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor® The following table provides examples of (Vehicles with a 3.2L, 3.5L and 3.7L vehicle use and its impact on oil change Engine) intervals.

  • Page 370: Normal Maintenance Intervals

    Scheduled Maintenance Normal Maintenance Intervals 3.2L, 3.5L and 3.7L Engines At every oil change interval as indicated by the information display Change engine oil and filter. Rotate tires, inspect tire wear and measure tread depth. Perform a multi-point inspection (recommended). Inspect the automatic transmission fluid level (if equipped with dipstick).

  • Page 371: Special Operating Conditions Scheduled Maintenance, Special Operating Conditions Scheduled

    Scheduled Maintenance Other maintenance items Replace spark plugs. Every 100000 miles (160000 km) Inspect accessory drive belt(s). Change automatic transmission fluid and filter. Every 150000 miles Change rear axle fluid. (240000 km) Replace accessory drive belt(s). Perform these maintenance items within 3000 miles (4800 kilometers) of the last engine oil and filter change.

  • Page 372

    Scheduled Maintenance Towing a trailer or using a car-top carrier As required Change engine oil and filter as indicated by the information display and perform services listed in the Normal Scheduled Maintenance chart. Inspect frequently, Inspect and lubricate U-joints. service as required See axle maintenance items under Exceptions.

  • Page 373

    Police, Taxi and Livery vehicle axle synthetic fluid and light-duty trucks maintenance: Change rear axle fluid every equipped with Ford-design axles are 100,000 mi (160,000 km). Rear axle fluid lubricated for life; do not check or change change may be waived if the axle was filled...

  • Page 374: Scheduled Maintenance Record

    Scheduled Maintenance before the completion of your vehicle's If the available API SM or SN oils are not useful life. Ford Motor Company, however, available, then the oil change interval is urges you to have all recommended 3,000 mi (4,800 km).

  • Page 375

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 376

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 377

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 378

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 379

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 380

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 381

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 382

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 383

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 384

    Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

  • Page 385: End User License Agreement

    COMPANY nor its suppliers shall be include software licensed or owned by liable for any damages arising out of Ford Motor Company and its affiliates errors in the speech recognition ("FORD MOTOR COMPANY"). Those process. It is your responsibility to...

  • Page 386

    • Single EULA: The end user • Additional Software/Services: The documentation for the DEVICES and SOFTWARE may permit FORD MOTOR related systems and services may COMPANY, third party software and contain multiple EULAs, such as service suppliers, its affiliates and/or...

  • Page 387

    DEVICES. electronic form, you may print one copy of UPGRADES AND RECOVERY MEDIA: such electronic documentation. If the SOFTWARE is provided by FORD EXPORT RESTRICTIONS: You MOTOR COMPANY separate from the acknowledge that the SOFTWARE is DEVICES on media such as a ROM chip, subject to U.S.

  • Page 388

    Should you have any questions concerning are driving. Pull over in a safe and legal this EULA, or if you desire to contact FORD manner before attempting to access a MOTOR COMPANY for any other reason,...

  • Page 389

    Appendices substitute for your personal judgment. Your Responsibilities and Assumptions of Any route suggestions made by this Risk system should never replace any local • You agree to each of the following:(a) traffic regulations or your personal Any use of the SOFTWARE while judgment or knowledge of safe driving driving an automobile or other vehicle practices.

  • Page 390

    "AS IS" AND “AS AVAILABLE”, WITH ALL COMPANY SHALL BE FOUND IN THE FAULTS AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF WARRANTY INFORMATION INCLUDING ANY KIND, AND FORD MOTOR COMPANY WITH YOUR OWNER GUIDE. TO THE HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES EXTENT THAT THERE IS ANY CONFLICT...

  • Page 391

    Consumer-Related Disputes will also litigate any dispute in small claims court apply. To commence arbitration, submit a in your county of residence or FORD Commercial Arbitration Rules Demand for MOTOR COMPANY’S principal place of Arbitration form to the AAA. You may...

  • Page 392

    AAA’s and arbitrator’s fees and expenses. If you reject FORD MOTOR (i) Severability. If the class action waiver COMPANY’S last written settlement (Section e) is found to be illegal or...

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    Appendices 3. Software License (a) observe all traffic laws and otherwise drive safely; • Subject to your compliance with the (b) use your own personal judgment while terms of this Agreement, TeleNav driving. If you feel that a route suggested hereby grants to you a personal, by the TeleNav Software instructs you to non-exclusive, non-transferable license...

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    Appendices ii. violates any law, statute, ordinance or is dependent on the accuracy of regulation, including but not limited to laws navigation, as the maps or functionality and regulations related to spamming, of the TeleNav Software are not privacy, consumer and child protection, intended to support such high risk obscenity or defamation, or applications, especially in more remote...

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    Appendices REASON WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL DAMAGES courts of the County of Santa Clara, REFERENCED HEREIN AND ALL California. The United Nations DIRECT OR GENERAL DAMAGES IN Convention on Contracts for the CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING International Sale of Goods shall not NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE), THE apply.

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    Appendices conferred by implication, statute, inducement, estoppel or otherwise, and The headings in this Agreement are for TeleNav and its suppliers and licensors convenience of reference only, will not be hereby reserve all of their respective rights deemed to be a part of this Agreement, other than the licenses explicitly granted and will not be referred to in connection in this Agreement.

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    Appendices HERE holds a non-exclusive license from positioning devices or any mobile or the United States Postal Service® to wireless-connected electronic or computer publish and sell ZIP+4® information. devices, including without limitation cellular phones, palmtop and handheld ©United States Postal Service® 2014. computers, pagers, and personal digital Prices are not established, controlled or assistants or PDAs.

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    Appendices DAMAGES, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WHICH Governing Law. The above terms and MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR conditions shall be governed by the laws POSSESSION OF THE INFORMATION; OR of the State of Illinois [insert “Netherlands” FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFIT, REVENUE, where European HERE Data is used], CONTRACTS OR SAVINGS, OR ANY without giving effect to (i) its conflict of...

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    Appendices If the Contracting Officer, federal Gracenote Data shall also apply to such government agency, or any federal official content and such content providers shall refuses to use the legend provided herein, be entitled to all of the benefits and the Contracting Officer, federal protections set forth herein that are government agency, or any federal official...

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    Appendices Gracenote uses a unique identifier to track OF THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE OR ANY queries for statistical purposes. The GRACENOTE SERVER. IN NO CASE WILL purpose of a randomly assigned numeric GRACENOTE BE LIABLE FOR ANY identifier is to allow Gracenote to count CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL queries without knowing anything about DAMAGES OR FOR ANY LOST PROFITS...

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    Transit (TTH) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, First Printing...

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    Index Audio Troubleshooting.......310 Audio Unit - Vehicles With: AM/FM/CD/ SYNC/Satellite Radio......302 Audio Unit - Vehicles With: AM/FM/CD/ See: Climate Control...........92 SYNC............300 About This Manual...........7 Audio Unit - Vehicles With: AM/ FM..............295 See: Brakes............140 AUX Button............298 ABS driving hints Clock Button............297 See: Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock Menu Button............298 Brakes..............140...

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    Index Changing the Engine Oil and Oil Filter..............213 Engine Lubrication for Severe Service California Proposition 65......10 Operation............213 Capacities and Specifications - 3.2L Changing the Wiper Blades.....223 Power Stroke Diesel........289 Changing the Windshield Wiper Capacities............289 Blades..............223 Specifications.............290 Checking MyKey System Status....53 Capacities and Specifications - Checking the Wiper Blades......223 3.5L..............281...

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    Index Cruise control End User License Agreement....382 See: Using Cruise Control.........151 VEHICLE SOFTWARE END USER LICENSE Cup Holders............107 AGREEMENT (EULA) .........382 Customer Assistance.........186 Engine Block Heater........112 Using the Engine Block Heater.......112 Engine Coolant Check.........214 Adding Engine Coolant........214 Data Recording..........9 Checking the Engine Coolant......214 Daytime Running Lamps......71 Recycled Engine Coolant.........215 Diesel Particulate Filter........111...

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    Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge.....76 Safety Belt Locking Modes.......32 Fuel Gauge...............77 Using Safety Belts During Pregnancy....31 Information Display..........76 Floor Mats............179 Tripmeter Reset and Distance to Ford Credit............10 Empty..............77 General Information on Radio (U.S. Only)...............10 Fuel and Refueling........113 Frequencies...........47 Fuel Consumption........125 General Maintenance Information..363 Calculating Fuel Economy.......125...

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    Index Hints on Controlling the Interior Climate............94 Cooling the Interior Quickly......94 Jump Starting the Vehicle......182 General Hints............94 Connecting the Jumper Cables.....183 Heating the Interior Quickly......94 Jump Starting............184 Maximum Cooling Performance in Preparing Your Vehicle........183 Instrument Panel or Instrument Panel Removing the Jumper Cables......184 and Footwell Positions.........95 Recommended Settings for Cooling ...94 Recommended Settings for Heating....94...

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    Index Locking and Unlocking.........56 Automatic Locking..........60 Automatic Unlocking.........60 Normal Scheduled Maintenance..366 Configurable Unlocking........60 Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor® (Vehicles with Locking..............56 a 3.2L, 3.5L and 3.7L Engine)....366 Locking and Unlocking Confirmation...56 Normal Maintenance Intervals.....367 Locking and Unlocking the Doors From Inside..............56 One-Stage Unlocking........60 Opening and Closing the Double Rear Oil Change Indicator Reset.......214 Doors..............58...

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    Index Power Windows..........73 Reporting Safety Defects (Canada Only)..............191 Accessory Delay............73 Reporting Safety Defects (U.S. Bounce-Back............73 Only)..............191 Driver Side One-Touch Down......73 Roadside Assistance........181 Driver Side One-Touch Up........73 Protecting the Environment......14 Vehicles Sold in Canada: Getting Roadside Assistance............181 Vehicles Sold in Canada: Roadside Assistance Program Coverage....182 Rear Passenger Climate Controls....95 Vehicles Sold in Canada: Using Roadside...

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    Index Selective Catalytic Reduction SYNC Applications and System............119 Services............329 Approximate Diesel Exhaust Fluid 911 Assist...............329 Usage..............122 SYNC Services: Traffic, Directions & Contaminated Diesel Exhaust Fluid or Information (TDI) (If Equipped, United Inoperative Selective Catalytic Reduction States Only)............333 System..............121 Vehicle Health Report (If Equipped, United Diesel Exhaust Fluid Guidelines....122 States Only).............331 SYNC...

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    Index Tires Using SYNC With Your Media Player............339 See: Wheels and Tires........241 Towing a Trailer..........166 Accessing Your Play Menu......344 Load Placement..........166 Connecting Your Digital Media Player to the Towing the Vehicle on Four USB Port............339 Wheels............176 Media Menu Features........342 Emergency Towing..........176 Media Voice Commands........341 Recreational Vehicle Towing ......176 System Settings..........346...

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    Index Vehicle Storage..........238 Wheel Nuts Battery..............239 See: Changing a Road Wheel.......264 Wheels and Tires..........241 Body................238 Brakes..............239 General Information..........241 Cooling system...........239 Technical Specifications........272 Windows and Mirrors........73 Engine..............239 Windshield Washers........67 Fuel system............239 Windshield Wipers........66 General..............238 Miscellaneous.............239 Intermittent Wipe..........66 Removing Vehicle From Storage....239 Speed Dependent Wipers........66 Winter Tires Tires................239...

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