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by construction worker from phoenix | August 23, 2013
bought one used with over 190,000 still running like a champ with over 249,000 minor stuff like battery ,gas filter all easy to fix,has made an excellent work van for me,when I wear this one out I will buy another ! thanks ford!
I brought this van used in 2006 with16,000 thousand miles it now has 80,500 i just change the battery an had it alined about 2 years ago that it the only real problem i have had is if you dont screw the gas cap on tight the van will run only a few clinders an the check engine light comes on so now i know to screw it on tight. ps its a work van Carpet cleaning it cares alot of weight