1989 Ford F-150 Overview

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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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pullinghairout
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I Have A 1989 Ford F-150 Larriet That Will Not Fire Up, Changed The Fuel Pu...

fluid i shot into the intake fired up and thought oh, easy fix just change the fuel pump. That of course did not work,checked fuses, spark at plugs, coil all are good and now wondering what the next...

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tstansbro
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1989 F150 Fuel Problems.

I have a 1989 Ford F150 with the 5.0 fuel injected. Its not getting gas and I don't know where the problem begins. I know its getting fuel up to the fuel pump by the driver's door. but not sure about ...

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Biggggg
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I'm Looking To Buy The F150. 1989 With 32000 Miles For $3000. Is That A Go...

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torresjr
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Hi, My Name Is Eddie. I Have An 89 F150, 4x4, Reg Cab, It Has A 5.0 Fuel In...

How would I go about checking the shafts to see if.that's it.

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Bill Clemons
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1989 F-150 4x4 Ran Out Of Gas And Now It Will Not Start

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