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What motor is in the 89 F-150?

What motor is in the 89 F-150?

1989 F-Series Engine / Powertrains

Engine Availability Power/Torque
5.0 liter/302 cid V-8 F-150 / F-250 185 / 270
5.8 liter/351 cid V-8 F-150 / F-250 / F-250HD / F-350 210 / 315
7.3 L V-8 Diesel F-250HD / F-350 / F-Super Duty Chassis Cab 180 / 345
7.5 liter/460 cid V-8 F-250HD / F-350 230 / 390

How much did a Ford F-150 cost in 1989?

1989 Ford F-150 Retail Prices

Trim MSRP Invoice
S Standard Cab LB $11,317 N/A
XLT Standard Cab LB $13,800 N/A
S Standard Cab 4WD SB $11,566 N/A
STD Standard Cab 4WD LB $12,928 N/A

Is a 89 F-150 fuel injected?

Your 1989 was the first model year with locking hubs and yes all ’89s were fuel injected.

What year F-150 to avoid buying?

Amongst Ford enthusiasts, there is one year that people know to avoid with the F-150 and that is the 2004 model year. These are considered to be the worst F-150 trucks that were ever made for a few different reasons.

How much can a 1989 Ford F150 tow?

The towing capacity of the 1989 Ford F150 supports up to 2270kg….Single Cab.

1989 Ford F150 Specs Braked capacity
F150 Specs: 4.9L, Unleaded Petrol, 4 SPEED, MANUAL Braked capacity: 2270kg
F150 Specs: 4.9L, Unleaded Petrol, 3 SPEED, AUTOMATIC Braked capacity: 2270kg

What generation is a 1989 Ford F150?

eighth generation
The eighth generation of the Ford F-Series is a line of pickup trucks and light- to medium-duty commercial trucks produced by Ford from 1986 to 1991.

How many fuel pumps does a 1989 Ford f150 have?

FitsTwo fuel pumps may be required, one mounted in-tank and one mounted externally.

How many fuel pumps does a 1989 Ford F150 have?

What year did Ford trucks go to fuel injection?

In 1987, the F-Series 4.9L inline 6 was converted to fuel injection and in 1988, the Ford F-150 became the first pickup truck that was sold as a non-carbureted engine. In 1989, the F-Series had been established as being the nation’s best selling vehicle.

How big of a camper can a Ford F150 pull?

Generally, F-150s can only safely pull trailers weighing less than 5,000 pounds. However, some models with the right engine and the right towing package can pull trailers as heavy as 7,000 pounds. So if you have an F-150, you should be able to easily use it to pull a lightweight travel trailer or fifth-wheel camper.