Originally Posted by Abn150
My old F-150 had a voltmeter, which could be a handy gauge to have. My 2010 has replaced the voltmeter with the transmission temperature gauge, which given the horse trailer towing that I do, is probably of more use now than the voltmeter is.
I was looking at a 2011 F-150 brochure, extract below, and it says that a voltmeter is part of the standard instrument package. So I then thought that because I got the max trailer towing package, that the trans temp gauge replaced the voltmeter.
But when I looked in the owners manual, it doesn't mention the voltmeter at all, just the trans temp gauge.
So now I'm thinking that the sales brochure was never changed when the voltmeter was replaced.
Does anyone have a voltmeter??
You bring up a great point/question.
In the 2011 brochure, the voltmeter is listed under Standard Features.
And, in the 2010 brochure, the voltmeter is listed under Standard Features.
And, in the 2009 brochure, the voltmeter is listed under Standard Features.
But no one can find it or see it. Another Ford F-150 quirk, just like the no driver side grab handle (whether you like one or not, why is it gone?)