General Comments: This truck is very strong. Year of manufacture 1989 First year of ownership 1995 Most recent year of ownership 2003 Engine and transmission 5. Acceleration sucks, but you gotta trade something for raw power I pulled our tractor out of the ditch once in 4 low. Stock suspension parts too light for the hauling we do, so it was replaced with F250 parts. This truck can make it through almost anything, and the 4. If there is another way to tell more readily, someone please tell me. My son has one of these in his 1991 F-450 and he's now on the fourth transmission.
As make certain that the retaining collar on the shift lever is screwed down tight. You may have considered these ideas, but I do not know what else you've tried so here are some suggestions based on what I don't know about the replacement. They are more engine specific than transmission. Did you purchase a rebuilt unit, a good wrecker unit or have it sent out for overhaul? On the highway it handles great and I can still get it up to about 115 mph. Faults: I have dropped a drive shaft at 120,000 miles.
Starter wire will be fine. It isn't fast, but it is very strong. Using the wrong fluid causes more problems in transmissions than people realize. I stand corrected on the starter issue. Overall, when this runs, which it will for about 4 weeks before something goes, I love this truck. Buy a recycled 1989 Ford F-150 Pickup transmission and save thousands of dollars. General Comments: This has been the best truck I have ever had.
I know these probably sound too simple, so post back if these have been eliminated and I would be happy to come up with more. Yes Review Date: 9th May, 2002 Faults: Rebuilt front end ball joints at 70K. Buying a used 1989 Ford F-150 Pickup transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk. If you're looking for tough, it's a great option. Greystreak, have you confirmed this for sure?? Gas mileage is very good. Yes Review Date: 25th May, 2008 Faults: Nothing. Ford made the wiring harnesses pretty generic so they could be plug and play for the guys on the assembly line.
This truck has an extremely smooth ride for being a 4 X 4. No Review Date: 21st July, 2002 Faults: A lot. Its even possible that they share internal components. Sep 18, 2015 you need to check the fuild in it and the shift arm to see if it is out of adjustment and make sure your parking brakes are working for safety give these website a try and if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your truck wish you the best of luck Michigan Man. The truck is candy apple red I believe with factory wagon wheels and chrome bumpers. Yes Review Date: 3rd December, 2010 Faults: New clutch at 146500 miles.
Swapped up to a Detroit Locker rear end at same time as the tranny. Check also our 1989 Ford F-150 Pickup manual transmission catalog. This is about one third of the total oil in the unit. It's pretty much like the earlier 4 speed overdrive transmissions, but just with 5 gears instead of 4. Year of manufacture 1989 First year of ownership 1991 Most recent year of ownership 2001 Engine and transmission 5. We sell only high quality used Ford F-150 Pickup automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping.
This truck tows my trailer well. They are by far the best built truck on the planet and most automotive writers agree. They have a granny gear and an overdrive, and are super tough. Valve cover gaskets at 100K. Don't Know Review Date: 20th July, 2007 Faults: Nothing that wasn't already wrong with it. The units behind the 460's and the diesels are different bell-housing bolt patterns.
Shifter linkage will have to be modified. Off road it handles even better. Interesting, it looks like you're right. Year of manufacture 1989 First year of ownership 1999 Most recent year of ownership 2002 Engine and transmission 5. Yes Review Date: 13th March, 2007 Check the oil in the transmission now! Took me about an hour to do a normal 15 minute drive, died and cooled about 5 times.
I believe the best mileage I ever got was 13 with the granny 4-speed and 3. Small rust spread out throughout truck. Incidentally, I live in Virginia and they don't use salt on the roads here so why the pan of all things rusts out is beyond me. Has any one else had this problem? At least I know I would. Starter shouldn't matter if you aren't changing engines. This will have the right ends for the manual and the t-case.
Year of manufacture 1989 First year of ownership 1989 Most recent year of ownership 2002 Engine and transmission 5. They are more engine specific than transmission. Everything is nice except the bumper is a little crooked, because it has been hit, but it isn't dented, and you can barely tell it is crooked until you look at it close up. Year of manufacture 1989 First year of ownership 1999 Most recent year of ownership 2002 Engine and transmission 5. Model year 1989 Year of manufacture 1989 First year of ownership 2007 Most recent year of ownership 2007 Engine and transmission 4. Yes Review Date: 22nd February, 2010 Faults: Replaced alternator twice. The M5 is a Mazda-built 5-speed with good over-drive gearing but not much on the bottom end.