How to Remove the Transfer Case on a Ford F250 1986?

Answer The transfer case on a 1986 Ford F250 is mounted just behind the transmission. The transfer case on a four-wheel-drive vehicle is designed to split the power generated by the engine and direct it t... Read More »

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How to Remove a 1986 Ford F250 Diesel's Heater Core?

If you notice a foul smelling liquid leaking out onto the passenger's side of your 1986 Ford F-250, you may have a faulty or malfunctioning heater core. The F-250's heater core acts as a mini-radia... Read More »

1986 Ford F250 Tune Up Specs?

The 1986 Ford F250 pickup truck was produced with the 4.9 liter six-cylinder engine and the 5.0 liter, 5.8 liter and 7.5 liter eight-cylinder engines. Periodically tuning up the F250 is important t... Read More »

How to Remove the Transfer Case on a Ford Ranger Transmission?

The Ford Ranger name began as a trim package option that was made available for Ford's full size trucks. In 1983, Ford owned 25 percent of the automobile company Mazda, and had the rights to the Ma... Read More »

Ford Transfer Case Problems?

The transfer case in a Ford four-wheel drive system contains the low gear ranges, which slow down the vehicle while delivering added torque, and transfers power from the transmission to the front a... Read More »