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1988 Ford F250 Custom Reg Cab

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towing capacity
what is the towing capacity of my 1985 ford f250 with a 460 cu in engine
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fuel transfer valve
duel fuel tank. currently fuel will transfer into one tank causing a overflow condition. How hard and how to replace the control valve. I believe it is located just before the high...
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E4OD transmission cluks and grinds when shifting from park to drive
This is an E4OD 4x4 transmission with a metal grinding clunking sound when you shift int D range. Cold or hot when you put the trans into D range it clungs rattle and grinds all me...
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what would cause this sound?
i have a 90 f250 4x4 and it makes a loud clank noise when i turn left or go above 25 mph when i put it in 4 wheel drive it locks up the front end what would cause this and how hard...
Asked by Jeremy P October 26, 2009, 10:22 am 0 reply
why is a common reason for a fuse link to burn up
I have a fuse link in my 1990 f250 that keeps burning up. anybody have any suggestions?
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Truck will not start
Truck will actually start and then stops immediately, have already replaced the fuel filter
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