The Ford Transit is a light commercial vehicle that is usually used as a cargo van. There are passenger Ford Transits, but they are much less common. The Ford Transit SWB, or short wheel base, is produced in Germany.
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its a chain that drives it no a belt
Unbraked 750 lbs: Braked 1500 lbs.
It is listed in your owner's manual and on the driver's door post.
The serpentine fan belt layout for a Ford Transit can be obtained from the car manufacturer. This information will be presented to you upon inquiry.
The Ford Transit short-wheel-base has an overall length of 4.863 meters, a width of 1.974 meters (excluding mirrors) or 2.374 (including mirrors), and a height of .933 meters.
This kind of thing can be obtained from any auto parts store.
It will be around 1640kgs
Look at the plate in the footwell load capacitys are listed there
My garage have changed it at 5213 mileage, which seems very low to me? Any ideas?
its located under the drinks holder pasinger side just above the glove box
My 2005 T280 has a cam chain
My y reg swb 85 does 30/32 around town and on a steady run on the motorway at 60mph will do 40/41 mpg, these are accurate figures not guess work.
In the 'step-up' wall of the passenger's footwell there should be a plate with the weights and load capacities...mine starts with 3500kg (being to total allowable weight I guess) but the manual should explain this.
the reason the lights are on is because you need too replace brake pads or if the pads are ok one of the abs wires goin too the hub are damaged
I'm almost sure it can carry 1.6 tonnes but check your weight plate in the foot well.
SWB - Steel Wire Braid
I think I read an article in Fordification about this
it won't start because it is not warmed up if you know what i mean!! lol!13 rules 4-ever
You need to know the year of the truck. The Ford website lists all specs by year and model. For example, wheelbase of the 2012 truck are as follows: 137.0" (Regular Cab) 141.8" (SWB SuperCab); 158.0" (LWB SuperCab) 156.2" (SWB Crew Cab); 172.4" (LWB Crew Cab)
Long wheel base (lwb) van as opposed to a short wheel base (swb) van.
First things first it has to be hooked to a proper scanner and have the codes cleared. If the problem stays unsolved the light will come on immediately so watch out for that.
SWB RailRiders - 2013 was released on: USA: 10 May 2013 (internet)
The terms SWB and LWB refer to the wheel base of a van. You have the Short and the Long wheelbases. There are also roof heights to consider in low, medium and high grades. These considerations all effect how much and what sort of stuff you can carry in your van. LWB is best suited to carrying large items while an SWB is best suited to carrying small but heavy items.