1998 Ford F-150 Overview

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Lariat
Avg. Price: $5,335
Standard
11 national listings
Avg. Price: $3,963
XL
Avg. Price: $4,457
XLT
Avg. Price: $5,638

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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 48 reviews

Be Nice To Your Truck by Spencer
 — Its got great handling and braking. The acceleration is great for a 4.6l v8. i wish it was a 5.4 but what can you do. I did have to do a few repairs on it over the past few years. The sway bar en... Read More
F150 by Brandon
 — The appearance is amazing. I have added several after market parts to make it a bit more fun. The truck has a freak'n lot of power but is slowed down by its 5000 pounds of weight. It has a new audio s... Read More
Its A Ford Thats All To Be Said by Joe
 — great truck overall it only has the 4.2L V6 with the manual transmission it was my brothers frist truck and had a 7 inch lift sitting on 35 i think and has a 40 series flowmaster muffler with a power ... Read More

1998 Ford F-150 Overview

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Based on 48 reviews

1998 Ford F-150

Once again, the 1998 Ford F-150 topped the U.S. truck market in sales. The perennial favorite continued to depend on its ruggedness, reliability, and variety of choices for buyers. Trims available were the XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat; short-bed and long-bed versions, as well as stepside and styleside choices, were offered for each incarnation of the '98 Ford F-150.

Inside the 1998 Ford F-150, the watchword was "comfort." Cab choices included 2-door and 3-door standard and extended cabs, and CD systems were a popular option. Under the hood, the accent was on power; the 98 Ford F-150 offered buyers a choice among a 4.6 liter Essex V-6, a 4.6 liter Triton V8, and a 5.4 liter Triton V-8 topping out at 235 horsepower. Optional four-wheel drive with automatic locking hubs made this tough pickup a favorite with off-road adventurers.

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Ford F-150 Questions

K9Guy150
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Why Is It Dying Randomly?

So recently I did a bunch of work to my truck, mostly steering and suspension along with new at fluid and gasket, radiator flush and oil change. Standard stuff. Well now that it's running again I...

2 views with 1 answer (last answer about a day ago)
xxshane22xx
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Fuel Pump Wont Run After Replacing With New Pump

have a 98 f150 thought the pump died wouldn't start one day checked fuses and relays all good so figured had to be the pump. bought new pump tested and it works, so I replaced pump got it done went to...

94 views with 6 answers (last answer about a day ago)
K9Guy150
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Won't Catch Gear Right Away...

Hey y'all Just finished redoing the steering and suspension on my truck as well as fluid changes (along with tranny pan gasket and filter) and I noticed that when I put it into gear now it take...

5 views with 2 answers (last answer 4 days ago)
wallacedna
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Is It Worth $515.00 For A Dealer Fuel Pump Instead Of 167.00 For A Precisio...

This is for a 1998 Ford F150, 4.2 liter, V6, manual transmission

36 views with 8 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Renay Anthony
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My 1998 Ford F150 4.6 Liter Is Still Running Rough Have Changed Catalytic C...

29 views with 7 answers (last answer 3 months ago)