Most likely it is the fuel filter. This is on the frame just ahead of the gas tank on the driver's side. It takes a little tool (about $5) available from any parts store. It can be hard to take off even with the tool, and you might ruin the clips in the connector fittings. Those are also available from the parts store, at about $4. I think the fuel filter is about $12. It could also be the TFI Module located on the engine behind, and connected to, the distributor. It could also be the fuel pump.
Its located in front of the oilfilter on left side of engine
The EGR valve on a 1979 F150 with a 302 is located in the center of the engine. It is close to the firewall.
depends on the engine. My 302 has a Mazda 5 speed almunium cast in it.
Yes ---------------------------------- (until 1994 ) , 1995 and 1996 ( 5.0 L ) 302 v8 engines in the F150 are 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 In 1997 Ford started using the 4.6 L / 5.4 L V8 engines in the F150
1986 f150 emisson light on is their restn set
PCV is usually located on the valve cover sealed by a grommet. 1995 F150 2wheel drive with a 302 engine may require removal of the intake manifold. It is connected to an oil separator to keep excessive oil form entering the cylinder combustion chamber.
No the 390 is a big block the 302 is a small block.
i got an 85 f150 with the 302 and i have 140 to 145 horse
My guess would be the fuel pump. I dont know how to change it, because i havent had to replace the one on my truck yet, but i would guess the fuel pump.
yeah if u no how to do it
yes they are basicly the same truck
10 degrees BTDC with EFI
Yes. Mine did anyways.
you could have the : 4.9 L - 300 cubic inch - straight 6 cylinder engine 5.0 L - 302 cubic inch - V8 engine or 5.8 L - 351 cubic inch - V8 engine These are the 3 factory engine offerings on a 1995 F150
It would be a 289
.054 inch , according to fordparts.com
some do . some don't
the firing order 18436572 on the 1988 f150 302
No, the 302 has not been used since 1995.
why does my 1984 ford f150 302 v8 cut out while moving