1991 Ford F-350 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1991 Ford F-350
1991 Ford F-350 Problems
Catalytic converters can go bad and potentially plug the exhaust, hurting engine efficiency and performance.
Failure to change the power steering fluid can cause the fluid to become gray with metal particles. The contaminated fluid can damage the power steering pump resulting in a growling noise when the wheel is turned; the damaged pump will require replacement to eliminate the noise.. Life of the power steering gearbox and pump will be shortened if the fluid is not serviced regularly.
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.
1991 Ford F-350 Questions
I was plowing yesterday morning and I went to the gas station to get diesel I get in to leave and put it in gear and no motion what so ever just a little crawl .. I added some aft and was able to drive about 5-6 miles and leaked out again I stopped and looked under and it's just pouring out o...
On a Ford 8000 chassis,where is the clutch master cylinder located?
oil is blowing out of pipe going into engine
1991 Ford F-350 Recalls
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.