How to Manually Error Test My 1990 Ford Truck?

Answer A 1990 Ford truck predates standardized On-Board Diagnostics by six years. The truck employs Ford's Electronic Engine Control (fourth version) for engine related error codes. To access the system, ... Read More »

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How to Manually Error-Test My Ford Truck?

Not all Ford trucks can be manually error-tested. After 1996, the second generation of On-Board Diagnostics became standardized for all car and light trucks. Accessing the OBD-II system requires di... Read More »

My 1990 Ford F-250 Truck Won't Start?

If your 1990 Ford F-250 truck won't start, then there are multiple reasons that could be preventing your truck from starting. If your truck is a straight drive, then you have the advantage of tryin... Read More »

1990 Ford Truck V8 Information?

The 1990 Ford truck lineup offered a choice of two V-8 engines in addition to the standard V-6. The V-8s displaced at 5.0 liters and 5.8 liters. These engines were offered in both the F-150 and F-2... Read More »

How to Replace the Water Pump on a 1990 5.0 EFI F150 4X4 Ford Truck?

The water pump is an essential part of the engine's cooling system. The pump cycles antifreeze from the radiator, through the engine block and back to the radiator. Heat picked up from the engine d... Read More »