1995 Ford F-150 Overview

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1995 Ford F-150 Overview

The 1995 Ford F-150 replaced the XLT Lariat trimline with an updated Eddie Bauer model that drew on the "rugged luxury" reputation of the Seattle retailer. The '95 Ford F-150 was also available in XL and XLT trims, with extended-cab, supercab, and standard cab 2-door and 4-door setups. Short-bed, long-bed, and stepside variations gave buyers a wealth of choices.

There was plenty to choose from under the hood, as well; engine offerings for the '95 Ford F-150 ranged from a 4.9-liter straight six to a 7.3-liter Power-Stroke turbo-diesel V8 with an astonishing output of 210 horsepower.

Owners swear by the rugged durability of these workhorse trucks. You'll find the extended-bed models working hard on ranches and farms, and plenty of the short-bed versions going off-road for four-wheel fun. Safety features like a driver's side airbag and automatic locking hubs drew buyers looking for a solid pickup with style.

However, like most of its counterparts from the go-go '90s, the 1995 Ford F-150 was designed without too much emphasis on fuel efficiency. Without aftermarket upgrades, which abound, you'll be looking at 17 mpg highway/15 mpg city.

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    Dennis_Cobb
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    Truck Won't Start

    My 1995 Ford F-150 has a fairly new 5.0 motor, new solenoid switch, new starter, new alternator & still won't start.

    9 views with 2 answers (last answer 5 days ago)
    Dennis_Cobb
    0

    Truck Won't Start

    My 1995 Ford F-150 has new 5.0 motor, new solenoid switch, new starter, new alternator & still won't start.

    0 views with no answers yet
    cwalla
    50

    Why Will My Truck Not Start

    I have a good battery, i have a solid connection with my starter solenoid (click, click) when i turn the key. i just changed my ignition switch, and my ignition key cylinder ( they needed to be change...

    26,714 views with 28 answers (last answer about a week ago)
    Bill Leston
    0

    Alternator

    I have a 1995 Ford F-150, recently I was going to the gas station I left my house and the truck turned right on as usual, but I'd been noticing an issue with my ignition lock and it would become har...

    8 views with 2 answers (last answer about a week ago)
    Wolfman1985
    0

    Transmission Problems

    Will a 1992 ford f150 automatic transmission work in a 1995 Ford f150 automatic

    9 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)