1990 Ford F-150 Overview

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1990 Ford F-150 Overview

The 1990 Ford F-150 continued to dominate the U.S. truck market. Reliability and versatility were the key selling points for this powerhouse pickup; the variety of trims and configurations available to buyers also made it a popular choice for farm, ranch, and job-site duty. Available trims included the XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat, and cab configurations included standard 2-door and 4-door options, as well as the extended-cab "supercab."

The 1990 Ford F-150 came off the line with a choice of engines, including a 4.9-liter straight-six, a 5.0-liter Windsor V8, and a 180-horsepower, 7.3-liter International Harvester diesel, all with fuel injection. Four-wheel drive options made this model a favorite of the off-road set. The '90 Ford F-150 also caught on in a big way with tuners and project lovers looking for a rugged muscle truck with a long lifespan. You'll see plenty of these solid pickups on and off the road today.

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I Have A 1990 F-150 Xlt Lariat Inline 6 That Keeps Dying

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1990 Ford F150 Dual Fuel Tanks

I just bought a 1990 f150 xlt lariat. Currently the truck is pulling from the rear gas tank. When I switch to the forward tank, the needle on the gas gauge gets pinned way past full and the truck di...

Fuel Pumps On Dual Tanks

Can i put a fuel pump that i originally bought for my rear gas tank on my front one? I figured they'd be the same, just wanted to make sure before i went through the trouble.