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VIN number 1FTEW1CM3CKD42270: 2012 FORD F-150

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MakeFORD
Year2012
ModelF-150
Factory designationF-150
Vin1FTEW1CM3CKD42270
Body Cab TypeCrew/ Super Crew/ Crew Max
Body ClassPickup
Engine Cylinders6
Displacement CC3700.0, 5407.731120
Displacement CI330, 225.78785315050
Displacement L3.7, 5.407731120
Drive Type4x2
Engine KW225.2014
Fuel Type PrimaryGasoline
GV WRClass 2E: 6,001 - 7,000 lb (2,722 - 3,175 kg)
ManufacturerFORD MOTOR COMPANY, USA
SeriesF-Series
Vehicle TypeTRUCK
Brake System TypeHydraulic
Valve Train DesignSingle Overhead Cam (SOHC)
Engine ConfigurationV-Shaped
AirBag Loc Front1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Fuel Injection TypeSequential Fuel Injection (SFI)
Engine HP302
Seat Belts AllManual
NCSA Body TypeLight Pickup
NCSA MakeFord
NCSA ModelF-Series pickup
AirBag Loc Side1st & 2nd Rows
Series2Styleside
Other Restraint System Info2nd gen front airbag
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