Ford F-250 Model Overview
Used Ford F-250
Ford F-250 Questions
Truck Won't Start.
I replaced key switch and lock set in my 1990 f250. At same time I replaced ignition switch lever. Put everything back together everything seems to work. I am not getting any power.
Why Do I Have To Hold The Key In The On Position So It Will Stay Running?
I have put two different ignitions in my 1987 f250 yet when I start the truck I have to hold it in the one position or it will shut off, any ideas
I have a 351 engine in my F250 4x4. It's got nothing for towing power. When towing my UTV and trailer it's terrible. I'm not worried about gas mileage heck I'm only getting 10 now, probably why they c...
Hi All, So I Have A 1990 Ford F-250 And It's Been Overheating. And When It ...
The thermostat was just changed. When I open the lid on the radiator when truck is cold then started I can see the water getting sucked down so assuming the water pump is working. And last time m...
89 5.8 Hard To Start And Die Out Right After Start
I am having problems with my 5.8 it did not want to run after starting i installed plugs with gap of .044 along with new cap and rotor. Now it is harder to start and will die out after starting. I c...
Older Ford F-250
About the Ford F-250
The F-250 is Ford's three-quarter-ton pickup truck, rounding out the highly popular F series of trucks. Building on the success of the F-150, the world's best-selling truck, the F-250 was designed as a sturdier vehicle with greater hauling capacity.
Launched under its current model name in 1953, the Ford F-250 was marketed as a working vehicle for farm, ranch, and job site. In 1997, the heavier, more rugged F-250 Super Duty line was inaugurated, featuring a heftier frame and stiffer suspension.
You'll see the F250 in many commercial fleet applications, including some with modifications for U-Haul. In an era of shaky market strength for Ford, the F-Series continues to be a strong seller.