How do I know what gear ratio my F-150 has?

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  • Alia Arina
    Open the front door on the driver's side. Locate the Truck Safety Compliance Certification Label on the door pillar near the door latch. Locate the two-digit code in the box labeled “AXLE,” which is just below the bar code. Match the code on the label to the corresponding rear axle ratio.
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