1989 Ford F-150 Overview

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Based on 35 reviews

Best 15,900.00 I Ever Spent by mudbogger
 — Best 15,900.00 I ever spent Rating ***** by Michael Tirpak This F-150 has 252,000 miles on it, still has the original 5.0 liter motor. I did have to replace the transfer case at about 230,000 miles an... Read More
Ford F-150 by Kyle
 — I had a 1989 Ford F-150 reg-cab, 2wd,longbox,5-speed. the truck had a 302 efi. this truck was amazing. i loved it, it had power when you needed it, it stopped when you wanted to stop, and the steerin... Read More
'89 F-150 Is Tops by 559806
 — This is the last brand-new vehicle I bought, 23 years ago. It's an XLT Lariat with all the toys, a 302 and 5-speed manual. I found it at Gilmore Ford in Prattville, Alabama, and it was just as I would... Read More

1989 Ford F-150 Overview

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1989 Ford F-150

Four-wheelers welcomed the introduction of automatic locking hubs on the 1989 Ford F-150.  Buyers had their choice of a number of powerful fuel-injected engines: a 4.9 liter straight-six, a 5.0 liter Windsor V-8, and a romping 7.3 liter International Harvester diesel that churned out 180 horsepower.

The 89 Ford F150 was offered in XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat trims.  Cab configurations included an extended-cab supercab, as well as a 2-door setup; short-bed and long-bed models were also available.  The powerhouse pickup was perfect for farm and ranch uses, and the 4-wheel reliability delighted the off-road set.

You'll still find plenty of these reliable workhorses on the road; with plenty of muscle and iron, the 1989 Ford F150 remains a favorite with tuners and project truck junkies alike.  The 89 Ford F-150 isn't likely to be a hit with Al Gore, though;  without some aftermarket modification, you're looking at a thirsty 18 highway/16 city miles per gallon of gas.

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bigtimtil77
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I've Replaced The Icm, Coil, Distributor, Plugs, And Battery On My 89 Ford ...

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papabear13
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Can I Install A Serpentine Belt & Bypass The A/c Compressor?

A/C compressor is shot & I really don't want to replace it on an '89 F150. Can I use a shorter serpentine belt & just bypass the compressor pulley? Other options?

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wendyford1989
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Why Is My Truck Running Hot

I just put a new water pump on my 1989 ford f150 pickup and now its running really hot, what have I done wrong

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kerryford1959
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I Have A 1989 Ford F150 Pickup And Today My Rpm Is Jumping And While Drivin...

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Markman
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Where Is The Passanger Side Fuse Box Located

My dash lights we't out the auto parts store tells me the secondary fuse box is on the passanger side, I can't find it.

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