Don't Know Review Date: 20th April, 2010 Faults: Transmission input bearing and seal were worn when I bought the truck replaced for free from dealer. So we obtained a preowned 7. Rear brakes did not work at all when bought known issue, got the truck cheap. Needs: Timing cover gaskets, I have them and will include them, just haven't put them on. I will definitely own another Ford in the future.
However the former owner did not care for it, and it has needed some attention. All things you would expect to replace after 250,000 miles. It has developed a few squeaks and rattles, but this is expected with a heavy truck like this of this age. Coolant sensor gone bad Used to activate the glow plugs I have it unplugged now so the glow plugs always cycle fully, but I have no throttle advance. General Comments: We love the truck, its classic design, towing and load capacity. . And it seems to be built like a tank.
I plow driveways, pull fallen trees out of the woods, haul heavy items. General Comments: Except for Driver's seat the interior great. Faults: Needed a new Clutch and Flywheel. My average Fuel mileage for mixed driving is 16. Model year 1994 Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 2017 Most recent year of ownership 2017 Engine and transmission 7. But nothing less than expected. Yes Review Date: 26th December, 2004 I have a 1994 Ford F250 7.
Truck was originally red, rattle can black now. Still ran rough, but we were told than two of the cylinders lacked compression. This truck is a beast, great off-road with rear posi-trac. Yes Review Date: 11th November, 2017 Faults: Exhaust manifold threads on head rusted off, had to replace heads and manifolds. It is not the greatest in the snow, but gets me from point a-b nonetheless and even manages better Fuel mileage than some v6 trucks. Model year 1994 Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 2007 Most recent year of ownership 2010 Engine and transmission 7. Extras: black toolbox for the bed, a spare injection pump, starter, and vacuum pump, rotors.
It now has 208000 miles on and no problems. My plans are to repaint it and keep it. Toughest Ford I've ever owned, and the most powerful. Truck doesn't burn any oil and still runs great. The truck itself is as tough as nails on the outside and still offers the best creature comforts inside. Replaced one bad Glow Plug. Wear and tear is normal for the abuse I give it.
Car details 1994 F250 7. The 250,000 miles on the truck are not just road miles, they are usually pulling a fifth wheel trailer with a tractor and mower on it. Yes Review Date: 5th April, 2002. The truck is not the newest, nor does it have all the bells and whistles, so we'll be adding a few. I average about 10 miles per gallon, I do not use this as my daily driver or I would be broke.
It handled it with no problem on paved roads in mountainous terrain. We never expected it to have the same fuel economy as the Prius, and we were not disappointed. Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 1994 Most recent year of ownership 2002 Engine and transmission 7. Drag link is worn, Tie rods worn, have brand new ones, will include. The previous owner had the trans rebuilt 5k ago, no paperwork go figure but trans fluid is very clean and drives well. And of course, there are other benefits to adding an exhaust kit besides purely functional, aftermarket kits not only sound good, but they look even better, especially with a polished or black tip to finish it off.
We also offer cat back systems, stack kits, and numerous other configurations in order to offer you exactly the system that suits you and your truck. We offer several configurations for your new exhaust kit. Engine runs strong and was meticulously maintained, proper cooling so no cylinder liner cavitation. Frame is solid, body is solid, cab corners intact. You can either search by manufacturer by selecting one of the categories, or view our complete selection below. Faults: We acquired the truck with the intent of pulling our 2003 Keystone Cougar 30' fifth wheel.