1984 Ford F-150 Overview


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4.25 stars

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I Would Love For Anyone To Drive These Trucks, I Think They Look So Good. by AdamM
 — - I bought this truck back in 08 from the Food lion auto fair in Charlotte, NC. I only paid 2,300 for the truck with a 121,000 miles on it. Im 17 years old and i love everything about cars, So this pa... Read More
My 84 F-150 by Tim
 — I love this truck. It has taken a lot of my money to keep it running but it has all round great performance. I would never sell it or get rid of it. It is a country boys truck. I am wishing to fix it ... Read More
Just The Truck To Start With by tomthebomb
 — Its my first truck i have ever owned and it is really nice. It does what it should. had to work on it to make it run nice but after that its been doing great. Was unused for a long time but after fixi... Read More

1984 Ford F-150 Overview

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1984 Ford F-150

Ford dropped the F-100 from its market-dominating F-series beginning with the 1984 model year; the 1984 Ford F-150 now represented the base model for the series.  

The 84 Ford F150 was offered in XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat trims.  Buyers had a choice of gas (V-8 or straight-6) or diesel (170-horsepower V8) engines, as well as a range of cab and bed configurations.  The extended cab supercab was a popular styleside choice; flareside setups for the 84 Ford F-150  included 2-door and 4-door cabs, and long-bed and short-bed options.

The powerful 1984 Ford F150 is a pickup that's rugged enough to go off-road, with plenty of reliability to be a workhorse for farm and ranch.  Today, you'll find these solid classics as favorite project trucks for tuners looking for muscle and power.


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1984 F-150, No Start No Click, Replaced Fender Mounted Solenoid, Still No C...

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Bypass Starter

I'm in the parking lot in my truck won't start and I know it's not the battery I hope it's not the solenoid can I bypass the starter

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Transmission Swap

I have a 1996 f250 2wd with 300 I6 5 speed manual (4 speed with 5th gear overdrive) that is rusting away to nothing. I also have a 1984 f150 4wd 300 I6 with a 4 speed manual transmission that is in g...

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1984 F 150

I have a significant loss of power, coupled with what almost seems like a misfire after it runs for a while. Starts somewhat slower than it was, but idles fine till it gets warmed up. As soon as y...

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84 Ford F-150 Not Running Smooth And Dies When I Push On The Gas.

It's single barrel carburetor in line 6

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