Ford 4.9L, 5.0L, 5.8L Index of Articles

APPLIES TO: This vacuum hose routing diagram applies to the following vehicles: 5.0L Bronco: 1990. 5.0L F150: 1990. 5.0L F250: 1990. Related vacuum hose routing... [read more]

APPLIES TO: This vacuum hose routing diagram applies to the following vehicles: 5.0L Bronco: 1991. 5.0L F150: 1991. 5.0L F250: 1991. Related vacuum hose routing... [read more]

Your F-series pickup comes equipped with a throttle position sensor (TPS). It's a very important engine management system component. So when it fails, engine performance is... [read more]

The oxygen (O2) sensor, on your F-Series pickup, is a key component of the engine management system. It not only helps with fuel economy, it also helps to make sure the... [read more]

The engine in your F150 (F250, F350) uses a speed-density type fuel system. As such, it comes equipped with a manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor. In this tutorial,... [read more]

The mass air flow (MAF) sensor is a critical component of the engine management system of your F-Series pickup. In this tutorial, I'll answer some of the most commonly asked... [read more]

APPLIES TO: This simplified starter motor circuit wiring diagram applies to the following Ford F-Series pickups with out anti-theft system: 4.9L F150, F250, F350:... [read more]

The profile ignition pickup (PIP) sensor is located inside the distributor on your F150 (F250, F350) pickup. The PIP sensor is a critical component of the ignition system... [read more]

APPLIES TO: This simplified starter motor circuit wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles: 4.9L F150, F250, F350: 1992, 1993. 5.0L F150, F250: 1992,... [read more]

The spark plug is a small component of your Ford F-Series pickup's ignition system, yet it performs a super critical function in keeping the engine running. In this... [read more]