1991 Ford F-150 Overview

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1991 Ford F-150 Overview

The 1991 Ford F-150 continued to offer buyers a wide variety of trims and configurations. Trims available for the 91 Ford F150 were the XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat; configurations included extended-cab supercab and standard cab in 2-door and 4-door setups, and a choice between long-bed and short-bed models.

Once again, the 1991 Ford F150 dominated the US market. This rugged pickup had the reliability and versatility for a range of farm and ranch uses. The four-wheel-drive options, including automatic locking hubs, made it a favorite of off-road adventurers as well.

The 91 Ford F-150 is a solid, durable choice for project lovers, tuners, or anyone looking for a classic muscle truck. You'll find plenty of power under the hood, with fuel-injected engines ranging from a 4.9 liter, 150-horsepower straight-six to a 5.0 liter Windsor V-8 to an International Harvester Diesel V8 putting out 185 horsepower. All that power comes at a price, though; the 91 F150's gas mileage isn't anything to write home about, with an estimate of 17 mpg on the highway, 15 mpg in the city.

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    coastguard2020
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    Is A 4.9l Straight 6 A Strong Motor In The F150?

    35,355 views with 36 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)
    Shonia Biggs
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    Double Gas Tanks

    the front gas tank is flowing in to the back tank

    3 views with no answers yet
    Bjackson7
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    Truck Won't Start Fire Make Any Noise

    My electronic ignition switch went out when taking it off it sparked a few times. Should have took the battery cable loose. Live and learn. Now with a new electronic ignition it won't fire my gauge...

    4 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
    mickeymill
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    Gas

    changed filter,new gas,new plugs,new cap,injeckter cleaner,new oil stills runs like it has a plug missing smells bad when running .

    9 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
    Andy Clevenger
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    What Would Cause A 91 F150 To Die After It Been Running For Over An Hour

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