take the truck to your localdealer. they can hook up their scan tool and read the code.
I believe you can find the axle code on one of the stickers on the end of the drivers door - then the code is used to find out what differential gearing your F150 has
You can find a wiring guide for truck brake lights on a Ford F150 by going to a gas station and picking up one of the auto books. You can also purchase one at any automotive store.
www.americantrucks.com ia good place to find parts. You may also try ebay.
Owner's manual. on the back of the fusebox cover
I cannot find the transmission lipstick on my 1998 F-150 with a manual transmission.
My truck did that once or twice. Both times it was because the fuse had blown that powers the brake lights. I did also find out that if you shut the truck off and turn the key on that you can get it into netrual, then you can start the truck and move it.
most auto parts stores will test your system this is not an all inclusive test....
Purchase a Purolator filter as it comes with complete instructions. I think you will find that a 1998 F150 does not have a cabin filter.
The sales guy lied ( or didn't know ) Each Ford vehicle with a keyless entry pad has its own factory code . If you have the factory code you can make changes such as entering a 2nd code which is called the personal entry code . The owners manual comes with a card showing the factory code A Ford dealer can scan the vehicle and tell you the factory code I'm not sure where the factory code is located on the F-150 to see but you still need to get into the vehicle to find the factory code so a tow truck service or a locksmith is required
you should find it on the top of the gearbox
How do I get the code on my truck I locked my keys inside
underneath the steering wheel look up by the brakes theres a box with some numbers those r the numbers u need to open the doors of the truck this is my second truck i have try n they all work
Hook up a NexIQ box to it.
Simply place a beveled block of wood in between the window and the door to make a gap about 3 inches in front of the hand lock. Then with a metal rod bent at 45 degrees just work it in there until you can find the right bar to pop up. You shouldn't have to work it around or down too far. This method worked on a 1998 F150.
It is on the bottom side of the oil pan. If you cannot find it, then you are not qualified to change your own oil.
Check out EBSCO host, it's an online repair reference center and should have the diagram you need.
I have a 1998 and the code is in the back where your jack and accessories are.
The answer is too involved to answer here. Buy a repair manual ($12) at most auto parts stores. There you will find detailed instructions.
Go to O'reilly's they sell books that go threw everything on any certain car or truck that you may need.
You can find a vacuum diagram, for your 1992 Ford F1 50 pickup truck, at most Ford dealerships. You can also find the diagram at most auto-parts stores.
You can find a truck for sale locally through the website Auto Trader. You can search for trucks by zip code and narrow down your search by what specific brand of truck you are looking to purchase. Auto Trader will list all of the trucks that meet your specifications within a radius of your zip code.
the radio code is on the back of the radio. take the radio out and you can see it.
Trouble code P1870 means:Transmission conponent slipping
JUST TAKE THE VIN NUMBER IN TO THE PARTS STORE. AND THE WILL HELP YOU GET WHAT YOU NEED , MOST OF THE TIME BUT IF THEY CANT HELP GO TO A CHEVY DEALER AND THEY CAN TELL YOU THE INFO
Your best bet and cheap-pest place would be your local junkyards / u-pull it. exc.