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Old 02-21-2014, 07:04 AM
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What Year Did the F-150 Start Having Rear AC

Looking at getting an F-150 soon. I have an F-250 CC, without rear climate control. It stays hot in the summer and cold in the winter. I would like to find an F-150 that has climate control in the rear cab. I will be buying a CC F-150, so any help in the year model that began having rear climate control in the CC portion would be helpful. BASSHAWK
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:58 PM
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I want to say it was in the 09 or 10 model year, when they did the last major remodel. When they moved the shifter from the column to the center console, I believe that is when they started getting rear air. However the rear air may only be available on certain models, I know lariat and up has it, but XL definitely does not, and XLT I think is a maybe. I know the Raptors have it, I looked inside both the extended cab and crew cab, and both had the rear air.
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I have a 2012 xlt CC and i dont have rear AC... you have to have the full center console thats in the lariat and up models
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So theres the answer, its only on the higher end models.
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The fx2/4 models, KR, lariat, and few xlt f150's with the console shifter have it, but it's just air back there, not adjustable by rear occupants, I have an 11 crew with the jump seat so no rear air, but the can does cool off/heat up pretty quick, very quiet inside as well
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