How to Replace a Ford F-150 Oil Pan?

Answer The sole purpose of an oil pan is to store the oil used by the engine. Oil pans are one-piece designs, which makes them fairly durable. However, they can sometimes crack. Oftentimes the crack can b... Read More »

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How to Replace the Oil Pan in a '95 Ford F-150?

The oil pan on the Ford F-150 is the truck's lowest component and because of its location, the oil pan is vulnerable to getting punctured by debris that may be in the road. The oil pan holds the oi... Read More »

How To Replace Brakes on a Ford F-150?

The brakes on a Ford F-150 are of the brake rotor design. Hydraulic fluid is pushed through a brake line and into a caliper system. The caliper has a piston which pushes against the brake pad which... Read More »

How to Replace the Fuses for Ford F-150 A/C?

The various circuits and components that make up the electrical system of every motor vehicle are protected from high-voltage surges by panels of fuses. The primary fuse panel is typically installe... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod on a Ford F150?

On your Ford F-150, the tie rod is responsible for properly aligning the steering, as well as making sure that you can turn from side to side. If the tie rods go out, you'll experience sloppy steer... Read More »