There is probably a belt tensioner that the belt runs around. To release the tension, the pulley must be pushed or pulled the opposite direction that the belt is pushing on it. Or, there should be an adjustment for the Power Steering pump that can be loosened. You might start there.
1983 was the last year ford made the f100.
yes they both have ford 5.4.5
Ir is rare for sure. How rare is hard to say, but this is not your common 1976 Ford F100.
1953 Ford F100, according to IMCDB.
A 1978 Ford F100 Custom 1/2 ton pickup LWB with no AC sold new for $5179.
Great site for that. http://www.fordification.com/bodybuilder70.htm Has dmensions for all the variations.
If it has a carb. on the inlet fuel line to carb.
do you want to sale the truck is a i1983 ford f100?i am in NJ so if your to far then i wouldn't want it but write back if you want to sale it.
235/75/15 is the size on my 1966 f100
its the same as replacing the the pads on a 05 ford f100
My guess would be your alternator is going bad. better get it checked out pronto.
In some 1982 Ford f100 trucks I know they have a 4.10 Gear ratio like my truck but with that gear ratio if you go over 55 mph you can say goodbye to your gas mileage so get a smaller gear ratio.
locate a transmission shop and make an appointment
The vin plate on a 1955 ford pickup is located on the inside of the glove box door. it is riveted into the back edge of the door so if your glove box door is gone you will be out of luck on that truck.
The 1983 Ford F 100 manifold bolt torque specifications are 45 pounds. The manifold bolts should be torqued in 15 pound intervals.
19831983 was the last year the F-100 designation was used by Ford. actually 1977 was the last year for the F100 in 1978 they went to F150Ford didn`t do away with the F-100 when they introduced the F-150, the last year for the F-100 was 1983.The F-150 was introduced in 1975, according to "F-Series Milestones" on the Ford corporate web site.
Take it to a shop and keep your hair. Despite what you may have heard, it is not an easy job to tackle.
Model Year: 72Series: F100 - 4x2 PickupEngine: 8 Cyl, 360ci, 2bblAssembly Plant: Michigan Truck
I replaced my heater core in 1991 for my ford F100 I6 300. If I remember correctly , it was a tiresome job because you have to remove the black plastic housing under the hood; which has a lot of small nuts. If my memory serves me, the heater core is under the hood, inside the black plastic compartment. The core is immediately under the place where your heater core hoses route to the firewall. You should have an easy time finding it. good luck
hey man hows it going. i run a c6 in my truck
I have a 1970 F100 and it has two lap belts that look original. I don't know if it ever had one in the middle, but I doubt it.
simply remove the FORD emblem and replace with a VW emblem and it should work fine.