How to Replace Lug Studs in a 1997 Ford F150?

Answer A 1997 Ford F-150 lug stud is made to hold both the rotor and the rim with a mounted tire onto the truck axle. A replacement lug stud can be a stock factory type, a custom-made chrome stud or a lon... Read More »

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How to Replace Broken Exhaust Manifold Studs on a Ford F150?

When the exhaust manifold studs break on a Ford F150, the driver will notice a puttering sound on cold start-up because the backside of the exhaust manifold will vibrate, smacking into the engine h... Read More »

How to Replace the Window Motor on a 1997 Ford F150?

The window motor in a 1997 Ford F-150 turns a gear on the window regulator, which then pushes the glass up or down in response to an electronic command sent from the window switch. As with all elec... Read More »

How to Replace an Upper Control Arm in a 1997 Ford F150?

The Ford F-150 has remained one of the most popular half ton, full-size trucks in the U.S. since its debut in 1975. Options for the F-150 include everything from an extended cab design to a four-wh... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 1997 Ford F150 4x4?

If you are experiencing troubles with your 1997 Ford F150 four-wheel drive vehicle, you may find the problem is rather easy to identify. However, as with many automotive problems, you may need the ... Read More »