I do not even know what is needed on my 2014 Dodge truck, my 1994 Grand Voyager, my 1993 Dynasty, or on my 1988 Grand Caravan, and I sure would not expect anyone else to know without looking. I would have to open the hood and look, then try the tool that looks right. As I stated in my first reply that seemed to offend you, there is no chart or list for what you want to know.
The only reason to ask this question is if you're stuck on the side of the road, and you need to walk to town and buy just the one tool you need. The problem still remains that your tensioner could have been supplied to Ford by one of more than one manufacturer, and they would usually not be the same. How would you feel if three different people told you the same tool, then you found out yours is different? Ford is also real famous for making mid-year design changes. Anytime you buy a replacement part for a Ford, you have to know the production date from the door sticker. You are the only person who can accurately answer your question.
Thursday, February 9th, 2017 AT 7:23 PM