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Ford F-150 2004

Cars.com at 20: Online Car Shopping's Changed, But Monday's Still Tops

By Jennifer Newman on June 28, 2018

What's the best way to handle a case of the Mondays? According to 20 years of Cars.com data, it's to shop for your next car. Related: Our Favorite Cars of the Past 20 Years Over ... Read More
2004-13 Ford, Lincoln Trucks, SUVs with Idle Problems

By Tom Torbjornsen on September 29, 2015

Vehicles affected by this service bulletin: 2004 Ford F-150 2005 Ford F-150 2006 Ford F-150 2007 Ford F-150 2008 Ford F-150 2009 Ford F-150 2010 Ford ... Read More
Boston.com's view

By Royal Ford on October 19, 2003

Ford's risky redesign of F-150 pays off beautifully Living among family and friends who include tradespeople of various talents -- plumbers, builders, contractors -- here is what I came to... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on July 30, 2003

The most important new vehicle of the 2004 model year is undoubtedly the redesigned Ford F-150, the quintessential American pickup truck that is so popular, Ford Motor Co. claims to sell one a min... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on July 27, 2003

Success Doesn't Stand Still 2004 Ford F-150 The best way to improve on a legend is to forget it. Try something new. Risk failure. That's what Ford Motor Co. did with its 2004 F-150... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on July 27, 2003

The aisles outside the executive offices at Ford's world headquarters in Dearborn are being kept clear of obstructions. Don't want anything in the way when heads start to roll if the 20... Read More
Our view: 2004 Ford F150

By Jason Stein on July 6, 2003

SAN ANTONIO - It took a lot of nerve. It took a lot of plastic signs. And it probably took more gallons of Glidden than Ford Motor Co. had used in a century of paint jobs. When Ford decided it wa... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Paul Lienert on July 2, 2003

Ford F-150 gets major makeover for 2004 Tough, yet refined truck sets new pickup standard SAN ANTONIO--Texans love their pickup trucks. More to the point, they love Ford pickups. Every year, the ... Read More
Our view: 2004 Ford F150

By Joe Wiesenfelder on July 1, 2003

The automotive industry trade papers are awash with stories of cost-cutting and platform and parts sharing by manufacturers — Ford Motor Co. among them — who are desperate to prop up... Read More