yes they are basicly the same truck
It should i don't think they changed the width of anything tell 97
no, the ranger is quite a bit narrower than an f150
In the gas tank
no it would not.
how much would my 1991 ford f150 4x4 5.0 efi take in gas to full it up
According to the Hanes Manual: .044
Try local parts stores, local junkyards, or local dealer.
yes basicaly all f150s 80 - 96 are the same types of trucks yes basicaly all f150s 80 - 96 are the same types of trucks
look for the leak and repair it . I would do that before i thought about buying a new tranny.
IT IS ATTACHED TO THE PUMP AT THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE
Im not sure, but why the hell would you want to do this?
Check on or right below the dashboard near where the gas cap relase lever would be
Probably in the fuel tank
The oil dipstick tube comes out of the block on the driver's side.
ford sucks buy a dodge
The maximum towing capacity for this 1991 Ford F-150 is 8,100 pounds. This is for the 5.0 Liter V8 engine.
on the side of the block not the one buy the oil filter
I believe that is a 3.55 conventional axle ( non - limited slip )
remove 4 floor screws then nscrew top of boot from inside
install a well built C-6
yes as long as its a five lug wheel
Check your battery connections for corrosion or being loose. battery might be dead maybe you left a light on or something
Blowback into a 91 F150 air filter could be caused by a bad PCV valve. Check the valve for it being stuck in the open position.