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How much is a throttle body for a Ford F-150?

How much is a throttle body for a Ford F-150?

Ford F-150 Throttle Body Replacement Cost Estimate. Labor costs are estimated between $70 and $88 while parts are priced between $316 and $381. This range is based on the number and age of Ford F-150’s on the road.

What is a throttle body on a Ford F150?

Your Ford F150 Throttle Body is a piece of your car’s air intake system which controls the surge of air in the combustion chamber. The Ford F150 Throttle Body is an important component of the throttle and air intake, which monitors the speed of your vehicle’s engine.

How do you reset the throttle body on a Ford F150?

Turn the air conditioning on and let idle for another minute. Release the parking brake keeping Your foot on the brake pedal and the AC on. Let run another minute. After take Your foot off the brake, shift into drive and run the vehicle for at least 10 miles to recalibrate the throttle body.

Can a BBK F-150 throttle body fit a 3.5L EcoBoost?

A: Unfortunately, this BBK 73mm Throttle Body is specifically designed for 11-16 3.5L EcoBoost and 3.7L F-150s, so it will not fit a 2017 3.5L EcoBoost. Helpful ( 3) Thanks for your input! Q: Can i use the factory coupler or do i need a larger one since its slightly larger?

What kind of body does BBK throttle body use?

All BBK throttle bodies work with both OEM air intakes and ALL aftermarket cold air intakes to ensure perfect fit and excellent performance. Pages with related products. See and discover other items: f150 ecoboost performance, mustang ecoboost, body kit on ford f150, ford mustang body kits, bbk throttle body, BBK Throttle Bodies

What kind of throttle body does a Ford Edge have?

2015 to current Ford 2.3L & 2.7L Ecoboost Throttle Body Fits all 2015- current Ford Mustang 2.3L Ecoboost and 2015-current Ford Edge 2.7L V6 as well as 2015-current Ford F150 2.7L Ecoboost and 2016 current Lincoln MKX 2.7L Ecoboost.

Can a faulty throttle body cause a Ford F-150 to Buck?

The Ford F-150 can buck, or jerk back and forth, while it’s running due to a faulty throttle body. This can be dangerous and cause a hazard both for the people in the car and others on the road. Replacing the throttle body usually fixes the problem. Engine Loses Power While Still Running