How to Time a 1979 Ford Six?

Answer Ford equipped its vehicles with the 200- and 250-cubic-inch six-cylinder engines during the 1979 production year. Although both engines are substantially similar, there is some variation in their t... Read More »

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How to Replace a Starter in a 1979 Ford F-150?

The 1979 Ford F-150 was available with several different engines, a 4.9L inline six-cylinder, 5.0L V-8, 5.8L V-8, 6.6L V-8, and a 7.5L V-8. The F-150 has been the mainstay of the Ford truck line fo... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 1979 Ford Heater?

Troubleshoot the heater in your 1979 Ford before temperatures drop this winter. Many of the problems that could arise with the heater are fairly simple to diagnose, whether it be an issue with a bl... Read More »

The 1979 Ford Won't Start?

Troubleshooting a 1979 Ford that will not start is a two part process. If the engine will not turn over or crank, the problem most likely is in the starting electrical system. If the engine will cr... Read More »

1979 Ford Bronco Specs?

Ford produced the Bronco sport utility vehicle from 1966 through 1996. The Bronco was divided into two categories, early and full-size. The 1979 model was the second version in the latter category,... Read More »