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The Ford F-250 is a light-duty truck that has a speed control system utilizing a tap-up/tap-down adjustment feature and an improved seat cushion. As for the engines, two versions of the 7.3L turbodiesel differing by direct injection and indirect injection were offered for the model. For the interior parts, environmentally friendly CFC-free air conditioning was installed, and the auto had the equipment of new side door beams, a center high-mounted stop lamp, a driver-side airbag, and a brake shift interlock system for all cars with an automatic transmission. For the 1996 model year, Short wheelbase Crew Cab and SuperCab styles of the Ford F-250 were available with a 6.75-foot box in 2- and 4WD configurations, as well as an improved hub-locking system and transfer case that was installed on all 4WD autos. As for the powertrain, the 7.5L V8 received a standard integral oil cooler and a throttle-control module for power takeoffs, and the 7.3L diesel edition was offered as an option. Ford F-250 parts refreshments include a black finish on instrument panels, a revised seat design with an integrated headrest, and Automatic Locking Restraint or Emergency Locking Restraint safety belts. What's more, a slotted-like front bumper and trailer tow wiring harness were offered as standard. As for the powertrain, the Ford F-250 was offered with three types: A 4.6-liter V-8 as standard, a 5.4-liter V-8 as optional, and a 7.3-liter turbo-diesel unit. The former can produce 220 horsepower at 4500 rpm and 290 foot-pounds of torque at 3250 rpm, while the middle one can produce 235 horsepower and 330 foot-pounds of torque, and the latter is lack statistics.

As the Ford F-250 ages, drivers often experience specific issues. Commonly, they report a 'death wobble' or excessive shaking, leading to loss of control. This issue manifests as intense vibrations, the vehicle tilting to one side, bouncing, bottoming out while driving, and emitting clunking, rattling, and scraping noises from beneath the vehicle. If these symptoms appear, inspecting the coil springs and drive shaft is advised. Engine issues are also common, typically characterized by rough operation, stalling, difficulty in starting, and inconsistent performance at different speeds leading to poor fuel economy. Accompanying these issues can be erratic displays or a rapidly depleting fuel gauge. In such cases, the fuel tank, fuel filter, and fuel tank sending unit should be checked. Additionally, maintaining the fog light bulb, crucial for visibility in adverse weather conditions, alongside the wheel seal and wheel cover that prevent dirt and moisture accumulation, ensures optimal vehicle operation.

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Ford F-250 Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and install balljoints on different types of axles?
    A: Use the balljoint removal/installation tool to remove the upper balljoint first, then the lower one. Do not heat the axle. To install, use the tool to seat the lower balljoint first, then the upper one. Install the snap-rings and reinstall the spindle. Remove the spindle/knuckle and lower balljoint snap ring. Use the tool to press out the lower balljoint first, then the upper one, and then install the new upper balljoint, then the lower one along with the lower balljoint snap-ring, and reinstall the spindle/knuckle.
  • Q: How to raise the Ford F-250 and remove and install the front stabilizer bar?
    A: To raise the front of the vehicle, securely place it on jackstands. Disconnect the right and left ends of the sway bar kit from the link assembly attached to the axle beam bracket by removing the nut and bolt from each side. Remove the sway bar kit by disconnecting the sway bar kit bracket bolts and supporting the kit while removing the nuts from the two sway bar kit brackets. Check the bracket bushings and linkage bushings for wear, cracking, and signs of deterioration, replacing any necessary parts. To install the kit, loosely assemble all sway bar kit components with both link assemblies outboard of the bar. Force the sway bar kit to the rear to connect the bar ends to the link assemblies. Tighten the nuts and bolts retaining the link assemblies to the sway bar kit and axle brackets. Ensure the insulators are seated in the retainers and that the sway bar kit is centered in the assembly. Finally, tighten the sway bar kit bracket fasteners securely. Remove the jackstands and lower the vehicle.