1995 Ford F-150 Overview

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1995 Ford F-150 Overview

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1995 Ford F-150

The 1995 Ford F-150 replaced the XLT Lariat trimline with an updated Eddie Bauer model that drew on the "rugged luxury" reputation of the Seattle retailer. The '95 Ford F-150 was also available in XL and XLT trims, with extended-cab, supercab, and standard cab 2-door and 4-door setups. Short-bed, long-bed, and stepside variations gave buyers a wealth of choices.

There was plenty to choose from under the hood, as well; engine offerings for the '95 Ford F-150 ranged from a 4.9-liter straight six to a 7.3-liter Power-Stroke turbo-diesel V8 with an astonishing output of 210 horsepower.

Owners swear by the rugged durability of these workhorse trucks. You'll find the extended-bed models working hard on ranches and farms, and plenty of the short-bed versions going off-road for four-wheel fun. Safety features like a driver's side airbag and automatic locking hubs drew buyers looking for a solid pickup with style.

However, like most of its counterparts from the go-go '90s, the 1995 Ford F-150 was designed without too much emphasis on fuel efficiency. Without aftermarket upgrades, which abound, you'll be looking at 17 mpg highway/15 mpg city.

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billori431
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Won't Start

Truck was running great when I got home from work. Went out next morning to start it and it cranks but won't start. Checked all fuses and fuel pump shut off. Got any ideas for me to try?

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Christopher Lee Sr.
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My Truck Was Running Fine I Hit A Bump In The Road And It Just Quit After C...

I AM DRIVING A 95 F150 WITH A IN LINE SIX

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Rick Navarro
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Where Is The Eec Module On My 1995 F-150

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BigNasTea
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My F150 1995 Will Run And After It Drives And I Turn The Engine Off When I...

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Why Won't My Truck Start?

My truck: 1995 Ford F-150 4.9 liter, 6-cylinder Manual transmission My truck will not start. When I turn the key, it only clicks. It does not turn over. This I know: Battery: Checked at NAPA and...

305 views with 66 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)