In Arizona, it's perfectly legal to throw the wife and kids in the back of an SUV. It's even legal to throw them in the back of an open pick-up bed. But if they are in the seats, they better be buckled up!It's illegal to load your wife and kids in the back of the Bronco. While it does free up a lot of seat space for your drinking buddies up front, she's going to be pissed the first time you let her out of the boot. Not trying to give marital advice here, but you should probably allocate a seat with seatbelt for her and the kiddos.
I don't see why it must be to the AUX switches. There is only one set of what I believe are fog lights. Yes, there are three sets of similar lights, but fog lights are never mounted up high and the same housing can have different beam patterns. Also, if it was clearly stated that there will be no factory switch present for fog lights on the Badlands, then I missed it. I thought everything about this was still speculation.In this case, it must be the aux switches. There are lights in 3 locations and you probably wouldn't run all 3 all of the time. I'm pretty sure it was established that models without fogs don't have the button on the headlight switch.
This was the same guy who said a white top is only available with body colored white or Cactus Gray.I asked the Ford guy answering questions about the start/stop on a manual and he said " Um,thats a good question i really dont know"
Good thing i am getting a AT,i tried guys
Yeah well, a guy that is the official spokesman for Ford said that B&P would be out by September at the latest. So........ I think people can be wrong sometimes.The guy said in the video that it had a Sasquatch suspension. What am I missing? Does that not equate to 35’s?