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1989 Ford F-150 Overview
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Based on 35 reviews
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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Ford F-150 Questions
Where Can I Purchase The High Capacity Fuel Pump Required For A 1989 Ford F...
Why Would Gas Sometimes Come Out Of The Front Tank Filler Hole (where The G...
Last night I noticed a small amount of gas dripping from the front gas tank filler hole. This morning noticed it again in the parking lot of a local store after about a two mile trip from the house....
Ford F 150 Won't Start
I have a 1989 Ford F 150 and have replace the battery, starter, alternator, and water pump recently. It will run for a day or so then the battery acts like it is dead and won't start? Any idea what...
I've Replaced The Icm, Coil, Distributor, Plugs, And Battery On My 89 Ford ...
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?