My 1985 Ford F-150 Won't Start?

Answer The 1985 version of the Ford F-150 is designed for hauling freight and has a cab for up to three people. Engines sometimes misfire or fail to start up, requiring troubleshooting. If you have a F-15... Read More »

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My 1985 Ford F250 Won't Start?

The Ford F250 is part of the F-series of trucks that has been manufactured since 1948 by Ford Motor Company. Originally called the F2, before 1999 the only difference between the F250 and F150 was ... Read More »

1985 Ford 5.8L Specifications?

The 1985 Ford 5.8-liter engine, also known as the 351W (Windsor), is a small-block, 351 cc V-8 engine manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. Introduced in 1969, it took its name from the Windsor, ... Read More »

1985 Ford Ranger 4X4 Specs?

The Ford Ranger is essentially a smaller version of the F-150. Over 232,000 Ford Rangers were produced in 1985. The 1985 Ranger 4X4, a fulltime 4-wheel drive, is part of the first generation of Ran... Read More »

Tune-Up Specs for the 1985 Ford F-150?

Ford introduced the F-150 into its truck lineup in 1984, replacing the smaller F-100. In 1985, the Ford F-150 had a 300 cubic-inch V-6 engine. Consumers had the option of upgrading to the 5.0 L or ... Read More »