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  • Before driving

    Introduction 2

    Instrumentation 7

    Controls and features 20

    Seating and safety restraints 58

    Starting and driving

    Starting 77

    Driving 81

    Roadside emergencies 114

    Servicing

    Maintenance and care 126

    Capacities and specifications 168

    General maintenance information 175

    Customer assistance 194

    Reporting safety defects 204

    Index 205

    All rights reserved. Reproduction by any means, electronic or mechanical includingphotocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system or translationin whole or part is not permitted without written authorization from Ford Motor Company.Ford may change the contents without notice and without incurring obligation.

    Copyright 1999 Ford Motor Company

    Contents

    1

  • The following warning may be required by California law:

    CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning

    Engine exhaust, some if its constituents, and certain vehiclecomponents contain or emit chemicals known to the State of

    California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    ICONSIndicates a safety alert. Read thefollowing section on Warnings.

    Indicates vehicle information relatedto recycling and otherenvironmental concerns will follow.

    Correct vehicle usage and theauthorized disposal of wastecleaning and lubrication materials are significant steps towardsprotecting the environment.

    Indicates a message regarding childsafety restraints. Refer to Seatingand safety restraints for moreinformation.

    Indicates that this Owner Guidecontains information on this subject.Please refer to the Index to locatethe appropriate section which willprovide you more information.

    WARNINGSWarnings provide information which may reduce the risk of personalinjury and prevent possible damage to others, your vehicle and itsequipment.

    Introduction

    2

  • INFORMATION ABOUT THIS GUIDEThe information found in this guide was in effect at the time of printing.Ford may change the contents without notice and without incurringobligation.

    Federal Highway Administration regulationRegulations such as those issued by the Federal Highway Administrationor issued pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA),and/or state and local laws and regulations may require additionalequipment for the way you intend to use the vehicle. It is theresponsibility of the registered owner to determine the applicability ofsuch laws and regulations to your intended use for the vehicle, and toarrange for the installation of required equipment. Your Ford dealer hasinformation about the availability of equipment which may be ordered foryour vehicle.

    Introduction

    3

  • These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle.

    Vehicle Symbol Glossary

    Safety Alert See Owners Guide

    Fasten Safety Belt Air Bag-Front

    Air Bag-Side Child Seat

    Child Seat InstallationWarning

    Child Seat TetherAnchorage

    Brake System Anti-Lock Brake System

    Brake Fluid -Non-Petroleum Based

    Traction Control

    Master Lighting Switch Hazard Warning Flasher

    Fog Lamps-Front Fuse Compartment

    Fuel Pump Reset Windshield Wash/Wipe

    WindshieldDefrost/Demist

    Rear WindowDefrost/Demist

    Power WindowsFront/Rear

    Power Window Lockout

    Introduction

    4

  • Vehicle Symbol Glossary

    Child Safety DoorLock/Unlock

    Interior LuggageCompartment ReleaseSymbol

    Panic Alarm Engine Oil

    Engine CoolantEngine CoolantTemperature

    Do Not Open When Hot Battery

    Avoid Smoking, Flames,or Sparks

    Battery Acid

    Explosive Gas Fan Warning

    Power Steering FluidMaintain Correct FluidLevel

    MAXMIN

    Emission System Engine Air Filter

    Passenger CompartmentAir Filter

    Jack

    Introduction

    5

  • ENTERING, EXITING AND/OR CLIMBING ON THIS VEHICLEYou must be careful and deliberate to minimize the possibility of personalinjury from a slip and fall when entering, exiting and/or climbing on thisvehicle. Always use the steps and assist handles before climbing. Do notskip any steps or assist handles. Use three point contact at all times withat least two feet and one hand or two hands and one foot firmly placedduring all phases of entering, exiting and/or climbing. Always keep yourshoe soles and hands clean. Keep the steps and assist handles free ofsnow, ice, oil, grease, substances or debris. Be sure to use extra care inbad weather. Avoid wearing thick gloves. Always perform trailer hook-upwhile standing on the ground.

    Do not carry items while entering, exiting, and/or climbing. Makesure you keep a firm grip. Always FACE the VEHICLE STEP and

    HANDLE SYSTEM while climbing up and down. Do not climb behindthe cab unless you have three point contact with a step and handlesystem at all times.

    Introduction

    6

  • Instrumentation

    7

  • 00 0 0 0

    0 0 0 0 0

    MPH

    20

    km/h

    40

    6080 100

    120

    140

    160

    010

    20

    30

    4050 60

    70

    80

    90

    100

    P

    ABS

    TRAILER

    BRAKE

    WATERIN

    FUEL

    WAITOSTA

    ABS

    TRANSTEMP

    STOPENGINE

    ENGINEPROTECT

    AIRCLEAN CHECK

    TRANS

    SERVICEENGINESOON

    CRUIS

    + -L

    E

    F

    HRPM 1000

    DIESEL FUEL ONLY

    X0

    1

    23

    4

    P R N 2 18C

    18

    H

    D

    !BRAKE

    BRAKE

    0

    30 120

    9060

    150AIRPRESSURE

    PSIP

    Headlamp control(pg. 20)

    Instrument cluster(pg. 10)

    Panel dimmer control(pg. 20)

    Turn signal andwiper/washer control

    (pg. 50)

    Parking brake*(hydraulic brake system)

    (pg. 82)

    Instrumentation

    8

  • IT

    RT

    E

    POWER POINT

    OFF

    A/C

    MAXA/C

    SCAN

    BASS TREB BAL FADE

    SIDEEJREW FF

    1 - 2

    TAPEAMS

    VOL - PUSH ON

    SEEK

    TUNE

    AM

    FM

    CLK

    1 2 3 4 5 6

    FM1 ST

    PARKINGBRAKE

    PULL

    TO

    RELE

    ASE

    APPLY

    PUSH TO

    Air pressure gauge*(pg. 19)

    Auxiliary power point(pg. 21)

    Electronic sound system(pg. 26)

    Climate control system(pg. 21)

    Parking brake*(air brake system)

    (pg. 87)

    *if equipped

    Instrumentation

    9

  • WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMES

    Air clean warning (if equipped)Illuminates when the ignition isturned to the ON position and theengine is off. The light alsoilluminates when the air system isrestricted (dirty, clogged).

    Brake reserve system warning (if equipped)Illuminates to indicate normalHydromax booster reserve systemactivation when the engine is OFFand the service brake pedal isapplied, or when the ignition is inthe ON or START position.

    This light may also illuminate momentarily if the engine is running andthe driver turns the steering wheel fully in one direction while braking.

    If the light remains on while the engine is running, this indicatesinadequate hydraulic booster pressure or reserve pump system failure.Stop the vehicle safely as soon as possible and seek service immediately.

    Charging systemIlluminates when the ignition isturned to the ON position and theengine is off. The light alsoilluminates when there is noalternator output, or an over voltagecondition requiring electrical system service.

    BRAKE

    0

    0 0 0 0

    0 0 0 0 0

    MPH

    20

    km/h

    40

    6080 100

    120

    140

    160

    010

    20

    30

    4050 60

    70

    80

    90

    100

    TRAILERWATER

    INFUEL

    WAITTO

    START

    STOPENGINE

    ENGINEPROTECT

    AIRCLEAN

    CHECKTRANS

    RANGEINHIBIT

    SERVICEENGINESOON

    CRUISEL

    E

    F

    H

    RPM 1000

    DIESEL FUEL ONLY

    X0

    1

    23

    4

    P R N 2 18C

    18

    H

    D

    BRAKE

    BRAKE

    AIRCLEAN

    BRAKE

    Instrumentation

    10

  • Parking brake warning (if equipped)Momentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionand the engine is off.

    If the warning lamp remainsilluminated after engine start up,this indicates a system failure in the master cylinder of the brake system.Stop the vehicle safely as soon as possible and seek service immediately.

    If equipped with an air brake system, the warning light stays on until theair pressure builds up to 414 kPa (60 psi). If the air pressure dropsbelow 414 kPa (60 psi) durning operation, the remaining brake system isstill operational but the stopping distance will be greater.

    Parking brake warningMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionand the engine is off. If the brakewarning lamp does not illuminate atthis time, seek service immediately.Also illuminates when the parkingbrake is engaged.

    Engine protect warning (Cummins engine only)Illuminates when there is a fault inthe electronic subsystem but thevehicle can be driven, and indicatesone of the following conditions:

    low oil pressure low coolant level high coolant temperature high intake manifold temperatureRefer to the Engine Operators Manual.

    !BRAKE

    PBRAKE

    ENGINEPROTECT

    Instrumentation

    11

  • Stop engine (if equipped)This light is used in conjunctionwith the electronic engine control.

    Refer to the Engine OperatorsManual for specific informationregarding this feature.

    If the engine shuts down, it can berestarted and operated for 30seconds at a time or until theproblem is corrected. Refer to Engine shutdown system in the Startingchapter.

    Drivers of electronically controlled engines should know theextent

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