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

NOTE: The wiring diagram illustrations in this article cover only: 1992-1993 Gasoline 4.9L, 5.0L, and 5.8L F150, F250, and F350 with dual/single gasoline tank. Fuel Pump... [read more]

The fuel injection computer (known in tech speak as the PCM = Powertrain Control Module) is located on the firewall (driver side near the top) of your Ford pickup. The... [read more]

In the table below you'll find the fuse location and description of the fuses of the instrument panel fuse box on 1996 Ford F150, F250, F350. The fuse box is located on... [read more]

Testing to see if the fuel pump has failed (or not) on your Ford 4.9L, 5.0L, or 5.8L multi-port fuel injected pickup/van isn't hard. Ford was kind enough to install a... [read more]

If the blower motor in your Ford vehicle only works in one speed (usually just high), then there's a good chance that the blower motor resistor is bad and behind the... [read more]

The fuel injection computer (known in tech speak as the PCM = Powertrain Control Module) is located on the firewall (passenger side) of your Ford pickup. The PCM has a 60... [read more]

Testing your Ford vehicle's blower motor switch to see if it's fried (or not), can be done with a set of simple multimeter continuity tests. In this tutorial, I'll show... [read more]

You can test the blower motor on your Ford vehicle by applying power and Ground to it with jumper wires. In this tutorial, I'll explain how to do this and find out if the... [read more]

Testing the headlight switch on your Ford pickup (SUV or van) isn't hard. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to find out if the headlight switch is causing a ‘No... [read more]

In the table below you'll find the fuse location and description of the fuses of the instrument panel fuse box on 1995 Ford F150, F250, F350. The fuse box is located on... [read more]