How to Change the Antifreeze in a 2005 Ford F150?

Answer 2005 Ford F150s came equipped from the factory with an extended life coolant, in place of the old green antifreeze. Ford Motor Company recommends replacing the coolant every 100,000 miles. The bigg... Read More »

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How to Change Antifreeze in a 2005 Impala?

Antifreeze, or coolant, keeps your Impala in working condition by regulating fluid temperatures in the engine. Antifreeze prevents fluids from freezing in the winter and boiling in the summer. Chev... Read More »

How to Change the Antifreeze in a 2005 Toyota Tundra?

The antifreeze (also known as coolant) in your 2005 Toyota Tundra circulates through the water pump, cylinder head and radiator to keep the engine cool. Along the way, it picks up rust and other co... Read More »

Information on the 2005 Ford F150?

The perennial best-selling truck of the 1990s and 2000s, the Ford F-150, was relatively unchanged for 2005. Ford's biggest cash cow had just come off a complete redesign for the previous model year... Read More »

How to Improve Gas Mileage on a 2005 Ford F150?

According to Edmunds, the 2005 F-150 continues Ford's tradition in manufacturing half-ton pickups that lead the way in payload and towing capacity. This power, however, comes at the expense of fuel... Read More »