1990 Ford F-150 Repair and Maintenance
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1990 Ford F-150 ProblemsUpdated Differential Clutch Kit Available if Rear End Noise is Heard
If a noise from the rear end is heard when going around turns or after driving at highway speed for an extended period, this could be caused by a failing differential clutch kit. An updated differential clutch kit available.
The engine oil pan gasket can develop a leak. Leaking oil may accumulate on the exhaust system resulting in a burning smell. Replacing the gasket should correct this leak.
1990 Ford F-150 QuestionsI have a 90 xlt lariat with a 5.0 motor I crunk it up it ran 30 seconds an it turned off won't crank back up I replaced dis.cap rotor button ignition coil am control module but still no spark (1 answer)
1990 Ford f-150 lariat 5.0 efi motor 107,000 original miles
Its an '84 (not '90) F150. OK on short drives but beyond 20 mi. it begins pulling very hard to the left, shudders hard & won't go above 35-40mph; very hard to keep it steering straight. After stopping the front left wheel is very hot to the touch, a metallic smell from the wheel w...
1990 Ford F-150 RecallsFord Extends Warranty Coverage for 1990-1993 F150-F350 Trucks Fuel Pump/Sender Assembly
Ford has extended the warranty coverage of the fuel pump and sending unit assembly in 1990-1993 F150, F250, and F350 trucks. In some trucks, the check valve may become damaged inside the fuel pump unit. This can cause fuel to travel from one tank to the other, creating an overflow condition. In the presence of an ignition source, a fuel leak may result in a fire. Dealers will repair the fuel pump and sending unit for up to 12 years or 150,000 miles from the original warranty start date.
Ford has recalled 1990-1993 F150, F250, and F350 trucks due to a faulty fuel pressure regulator and malfunctioning fuel pump check valves. Fuel may transfer from one tank to the second tank, causing a possible overflow condition and fire hazard. Dealers will replace the fuel pressure regulator and install redundant check valves.