Why does a 1993 Ford F150 4x4 pickup stall out after it heats up?
It sounds as if you have a bad ignition control module. It would be located on the distributor. On some of these vehicles, the module was moved over on to the side of the left fender. Ford had a lawsuit against them for these modules, but the time to submit claims against them has expired. It is also referred to as the thick film ignition (TFI)module.
The best pickup truck is probably the Ford F150. The F150's powertrain from all generations have been known to be very reliable and last long. I have a '02 F150 with a 4.2L V6 and I run it every day and it has 567,993 miles. It still runs strong too. The F150 also has the strongest frame in its class, being a fully boxed frame. Fully boxed frames allow for industry leading towing and payload…
To change the battery in a Ford (2005) F150 pickup truck - one needs to open the hood and identify where the battery is. It should be on the passenger side, right next to the chassi. You need to disconnect the positive and negative leads and unscrew the bolts holding the battery. You then can replace the battery using the same setup.