Ford F-250 Model Overview
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Ford F-250 Questions
96 F250 Headlights Do Not Work But Rest Of Lights Work
I just bought a 96 F250 and i can not get the headlights to work, but the rest of the lights work.The truck used to be a plow truck so they may have wired the lights to the plow but not totally sure...
Can A 7.3 Liter Engine Non Turbo Block Interchange With A 7.3 Turbo Block
The non turbo is a 1994. The turbo ford is a 1997.
1984 6.9 With C6 Won't Stay In 3rd Gear, Keeps Down Shifting No Matter The ...
When I start in drive I have to manually put in 2nd for it to shift. Then I put in D but it won't shift into 3rd until I drop down into 2 nand force it to shift, it shifts for a moment but qucikly ...
Truck Won't Stay Running
My friend has a '77 Ford F-250 that has stopped working... The first problem was that it would start, drive for 15-20 minutes and then die, and not restart... He replaced the ignition module and that...
Can A 460 Motor Fit A F-250 Transmision
have a 1992 F-250 with a 5.8 motor I want to swap the motor with a 460 will it bolt up to the original transmisin
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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.