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1990 Ford F-Series Specs

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Whereas the 1980s saw the rise of the pickup truck from work vehicle to stylish family machine, the 1990s would propel the pickup - and specifically the F-150 - to the best selling overall vehicle in America.

1990 Ford F-150 Blue White Regular Cab

10 years prior, Ford entered a new decade with a new generation of the F-Series, but with ninth-generation trucks still a couple years away, the existing style was tasked to keep the legions of Ford buyers satisfied. Fortunately, F-Series pickup was up to the task.

1990 Ford F-150 Video

Take a few minutes and check out this really sweet 1990 F-150 XLT Lariat Regular Cab:

What's New For 1990

Changes for 1990 were all but nonexistent, with one reasonably significant exception. Offered for the first time was the Sport Appearance Package, which consisted of unique 15" x 8" wheels, special striping, and a black roll bar outfitted with off-road lights. This Sport package had late availability.

1990 Ford F-150 Sport Appearance Package in Black

Ford also created a Heavy-Duty Service Package from existing options, including skid plates, super engine cooling, and a heavy-duty battery. The only other noteworthy change was the inclusion of a chrome grille as standard equipment on all XL trim levels.

1990 Ford F-Series Model Lineup

Regular Cab and SuperCab models continued to be available across the entire F-Series line. Crew Cab trucks with either single or dual-rear wheels were available in the F-350. Custom, XL, and XLT Lariat continued to serve as the main trim levels for all F-Series trucks, save for Cab & Chassis versions.

1990 F-150 Tan

1990 F-Series Engine / Powertrains

More of the same punctuates Ford's line of 1990 trucks. 5.8 liter V-8 engines came standard in bigger trucks like the F-350 or F-250HD in four-wheel drive. Everything else continued to use the backbone of the F-Series fleet for a quarter century, the 4.9 liter inline six cylinder.

All trucks came with a standard issue five-speed manual transmission, with three and four-speed automatics available throughout the line. The F-150/250 also offered an available four-speed manual transmission as an option.


4.9 liter/300 cid I-6

F-150 / F-250 / F-250HD (2WD only)

150 / 260

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

1990 Ford F-Series Gauges Guages

1990 Ford F-Series Recalls & Defects

The same recalls from 1989 also affect the 1990 model year F-Series. They include the fuel selector valve (recall ID 52690), affecting fuel flow between dual tanks on trucks with that option. A bad snap ring can lead to Park not engaging properly on automatic transmissions (recall ID 63948), and a bad ignition switch (ID 41646) can lead to a fire in the steering column.

Despite the dawn of a new decade, worn out suspension bits and rust continued to plague the F-Series, especially in cab corners and occasionally on oil pans as well.

1990 Ford F-150 Standard Features & Available Options

Major standard features include:

  • 4.9L six cylinder engine with multi-port fuel injection
  • Five-speed manual transmission
  • Twin I-Beam front suspension (Twin Traction Beam on 4WD models)
  • Bright hub caps on argent steel wheels
  • AM radio with digtal clock
  • Power steering
  • Power brakes with rear anti-lock
  • Halogen headlamps
  • Easily removable tailgate (Styleside models)
  • Full gauge cluster (temperature, voltmeter, oil pressure, fuel)
  • Chrome front bumper
  • Argent grille

Seven Preferred Equipment Packages (500A through 507A) were available depending on trim level. They include:
Custom - 500A, 501A
XL - 502A
XLT Lariat - 503A, 507A

  • Electronic AM/FM stereo cassette with digital clock
  • Air conditioning
  • Power windows (XL and XLT Lariat only)
  • Power locks (XL and XLT Lariat only)
  • Tilt wheel
  • Cruise control
  • Interval wipers
  • Captain's chairs (SuperCab only)
  • Center console (SuperCab only)
  • Cloth seats (XLT Lariat only)
  • Cloth/vinyl bench seat
  • Roof clearance lights
  • Bright swing-out recreational mirror
  • Dual fuel tanks
  • Chrome grille
  • Manual locking hubs
  • Lower bodyside and wheellip moldings
  • Combination/Deluxe two-tone paint
  • Heavy-duty front suspension
  • Heavy-duty rear suspension
  • Deluxe argent styled steel wheels
  • Sliding rear window
  • Argent rear step bumper
  • Chrome rear step bumper
  • Skid plates
  • Sport Appearance Package (unique body side striping, unique wheels, black roll bar with off-road lighting)
  • Heavy-Duty Service Package (skid plates, super engine cooling, heavy-duty battery)
  • Trailer Towing/Camper Package (Front and rear stabilizer bars, heavy-duty springs, heavy-duty shock absorbers, 7-wire trailer wiring harness, heavy-duty flashers, super engine cooling, aux transmission cooler with automatic transmission)

Interior trim colors include Scarlet Red, Dark Charcoal, Crystal Blue, and Chestnut. These colors are coded to certain exterior paint colors and may not be available in all interior/exterior color combinations. Available exterior paint color choices for 1990 include:

  • Raven Black
  • Colonial White
  • Medium Silver Metallic
  • Scarlet Red
  • Cabarnet Red
  • Bright Regatta Blue Metallic
  • Dark Grey Metallic
  • Alpine Green Metallic
  • Tan
  • Desert Tan Metallic
  • Dark Chestnut Metallic
  • Deep Shadow Blue Metallic

1990 Ford F-Series Resources

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Clean Car Fax w/ zero accidents. Features a strong 5.8L V8 with smooth automatic transmission and 4WD. Includes aluminium wheels, tow package, bed mat, tan cloth, power windows/locks, AC, wood trim accents, folding rear bench seat and more. 


Air Conditioning

Front air conditioning:

Audio System

Radio: AM/FM


ABS: rear

Power brakes:

Comfort Features

Steering wheel trim: leather

Convenience Features

Cruise control:

Power steering:

Steering wheel: tilt


Extended range fuel tank:


Front seat type: bench

Rear seat type: bench

Upholstery: cloth


Power door locks:

Tires and Rims

Wheel diameter: 16 inch


Pickup sliding rear window: manual

Power windows:

Tinted glass:

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Ford F-Series (eighth generation)

Main article: Ford F-Series

Motor vehicle

Eighth generation
1989 Ford F-250 Custom 4×2.jpg
Production(1986–1991) USA, Mexico, Canada and Venezuela[1]
(1987-1992) Australia[2]
(1988-1992) Argentina
(1993-1995) Brazil
(1993-1995) Argentina (Brazilian trim model)
AssemblyCuautitlan, Mexico
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
General Pacheco, Argentina
São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil
Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Wayne, Michigan, USA
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Melbourne, Australia (Broadmeadows Assembly, Ford Australia) [2]
Body style2-door pickup
2-door extended cab chassis
4-door chassis cab
2-door chassis cab
PredecessorFord F-Series seventh generation (1980–1986)
SuccessorFord F-Series ninth generation (1992–1996)

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. While the 1980 cab and chassis was carried over to the new model, the 1987 model was more streamlined, and maintenance items were made simpler. The exterior was facelifted with new composite headlamps, a more aerodynamic front end, and circular fenders. Inside, the interior was given a complete redesign. Rear antilock brakes were now standard, the first pickup truck to boast this. For the first time, all models were produced with straight-sided Styleside beds; the Flareside bed was discontinued except for a small number of early 1987 models using leftover 1986 beds with new circular fenders. In 1991 Ford premiered the 9th gen tail lights (the white reverse light was decreased in size) on the last year of the 8th generation.


Ford F-250 Utility service truck
  • Custom - Included: Vinyl upholstery, black steering wheel, chrome front bumper, black grille, hubcaps, foldaway mirrors, and an electronic AM radio with digital clock and two speakers.
  • XL - Added: Cloth and vinyl upholstery, swingaway mirrors, front bumper rub strip, color-keyed floor mat, a door trim panel with map pocket, and a color-keyed headliner.
  • XLT Lariat - Added: Cloth upholstery, chrome grille, sport wheel covers, tinted glass, carpeting, and leather wrapped steering wheel.
  • Nite (1991)

For 1991, a "Nite" trim package was introduced. It included all blacked-out exterior trim, either a pink or blue/purple stripe, and a "Nite" decal on the sides of the cargo box.


Eighth-generation Ford F-Series models are:

  • F-150: 1/2 ton (6,250 lb GVWR max)
  • F-250: light-duty 3/4 ton (7,700 lb GVWR max)
  • F-250HD: 3/4 ton (8,800 lb GVWR max)
  • F-350: 1 ton Class 2 or Class 3 truck (10,000 lb GVWR max)
  • F-Super Duty: Class 4 truck (14,500 lb GVWR max)[3]

The new-for-1987 F-Super Duty was essentially a Class 4 truck built as a chassis cab, with an aftermarket bed (specific to its future use) added after the truck was built. The F-Super Duty came with dual fuel tanks with a dash-mounted toggle switch to switch between each tank, while using only a single fuel gauge. It came with a PTO used to power attachments, such as winches or a dump bed, directly from the transmission. F-Super Duty models were rated at about 14,500 lb (6,577 kg) GVWR and came with either the standard 7.5 L (460 CID) gas V8 or the optional 7.3 L (444 CID) diesel V8. All wheels were 10-lug with dual wheels in the rear. The transmission was a three-speed automatic, with the four-speed electronically controlled E4OD as an option beginning in 1990.[3] There was also a stripped chassis available, offering a 16,000 lb (7,257 kg) GVWR on two wheelbases of 158 or 178 in (4,013 or 4,521 mm) and the 7.3 L diesel engine as the sole option.[3] This model should not be confused with the later Super Duty commercial line of trucks starting with the 1999 model year.

Powertrain and chassis[edit]

In a move to further update the F-Series engine lineup, the 4.9 L inline-6 was converted to fuel injection for 1987. A year later, Ford became the first pickup truck manufacturer to sell a fully non-carbureted engine lineup as the 5.8 L V8 and 7.5 L V8 also gained fuel injection (the 5.0 L V8 had gained fuel injection as an option for 1985 and this was made standard in 1986). For 1988, the diesel V8 from International (Navistar) was enlarged to from 420 to 444 cubic inches (6.9 to 7.3 L); this allowed for an increase to 180 hp (130 kW) and 365 ft⋅lbf (495 N⋅m) of torque.

While the dated 3-speed column-mounted manual transmission was discontinued, much of the rest of the transmission lineup carried over from the 1980-1986 trucks. In 1988, the five-speed ZF S5-42 replaced the Borg-Warner T19 in F-250 and F-350 models. For the F-150 and light-duty F-250, the heavier-duty Borg-Warner T18 4-speed manual remained available, while the Mazda-built M5OD 5-speed manual was added to the model lineup for 4.9 L inline-6 and 5.0 L V8-equipped models.

Four-wheel-drive improvements included the addition of automatic locking hubs for the F-150 in 1989. Models with the 5.0L V8 also had an option of a "Touch Drive" electronic transfer case.[citation needed]

From 1980 through 1996, Ford offered a four-wheel-drive swing arm independent front suspension called Twin Traction Beam (TTB). Based on its two-wheel-drive twin I-beam suspension from 1965, Ford mounted a Dana 44 or Dana 50 differential in the driver-side front axle beam and transmitted torque to the passenger-side wheel with a U-jointed axleshaft. TTB coil springs were still used on the F-150, while the four-wheel-drive F-250 and F-350 got leaf springs. The F-250 received TTB Dana 50 axles, and the F-350 a solid Dana 60 axle.


NameProductionEngine type/DisplacementPowerTorqueFuel Delivery
300 Six1987-1991300 cu in (4,916 cc) I6145 hp (108 kW)265 lb⋅ft (359 N⋅m)EFI
5.0 Windsor1987-1991302 cu in (4,949 cc) V8185 hp (138 kW)270 lb⋅ft (366 N⋅m)EFI
5.8 Windsor1987351 cu in (5,752 cc) V8210 hp (157 kW)305 lb⋅ft (414 N⋅m)4-bbl carburetor
5.8 Windsor1988-1991351 cu in (5,752 cc) V8210 hp (157 kW)315 lb⋅ft (427 N⋅m)EFI
460 V81987460 cu in (7,538 cc) V8225 hp (168 kW)362 lb⋅ft (491 N⋅m)4-bbl carburetor
460 V81988-1991460 cu in (7,538 cc) V8225 hp (168 kW)390 lb⋅ft (529 N⋅m)EFI
International 6.9L IDI V81987420 cu in (6,883 cc) Diesel V8170 hp (127 kW)315 lb⋅ft (427 N⋅m)Indirect fuel injection
International 7.3L IDI V81988-1991444 cu in (7,276 cc) Diesel V8180 hp (134 kW)345 lb⋅ft (468 N⋅m)Indirect fuel injection


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F250 1990 ford

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