Ford Econoline Remote Programming



The Ford E-Series, also known as the Ford Econoline in Mexico and Ford Club Wagon, is a line of full-size vans (both cargo and passenger) and truck chassis from the Ford Motor Company.
Based on the compact Ford Falcon, the first Ford Econoline was introduced for the 1961 model year. Technically, Ford would not produce the Econoline for the 1968 model year. A United Auto Workers strike delayed the production of the redesigned model into late-spring 1968, delaying its introduction into the 1969 model year.
For the first time in 17 years, the E-Series underwent an exterior redesign for the 1992 model year. Along with a minor update, 2001 brought a major change to the Ford full-size van lineup; the Econoline and Econoline Wagon names were discontinued. For the first time on all models, the "E-Series" name replaced Econoline, and was sold as such in the literature on commercial vans and ambulance packages, another category dominated by Ford. At the end of the 2014 model year, the Econoline/E-Series will be discontinued after a production run of 39 years. In its place, Ford will sell the rear-wheel drive version of the Ford Transit.