20 Most Recent 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab Questions & Answers


To replace slave cylinder transmission will have to be remove, not bad idea to replace clutch assembly once your in there if it has not being done.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


It sounds to me like you have an internal vacuum leak in your transmission.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Mar 17, 2019


Ask the alarm company!

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Jan 05, 2018


Have you changed the battery in the FOB. Dealer has the battery for the FOB for a few dollars.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


You have a vacuum leak most likely at the upper to lower intake manifold gasket, have replaced dozens of them.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Nov 01, 2017


EGR valve may be stuck or sticking open .

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Aug 22, 2017


check the wires on the feed to the fuel pump ,,also check that it hasnt got the cut out thingy on top of the fuel tank like the ford explorer,unless this is only fitted on the europeon models .?

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Aug 14, 2017


Sounds like you have a timing issue with the truck. Could be your ecu or the sensor(s) that feed data to your ECU.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on May 02, 2017


OK, when you turn the key to on, it will start the pump for about 2 seconds-this is just to put pressure in the lines and in the fuel rail for easy starting. If key is not turned to start, pump will shut off after 2 seconds. But when cranking in start, and when engine is running, the pump is on full time.
If your pump runs longer than 2 seconds with key only in on position, you have a fuel circuit problem. It very well could be a bad fuel pump relay staying on. Or it could be a computer problem signaling the relay to stay on longer. Try a new fuel pump relay first and see if that was the problem.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Oct 08, 2016


We're just getting these 3 codes, it usually starts fine and idles normally, but occasionally runs a little rough and will die.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Oct 28, 2015


You can go to www.bbbind.com , free wiring diagrams an fuse an relay info . On the home page click on technical information , next page click on Technical Service Bulletins & Wiring Diagrams

All TSB's and diagrams for every make and model - FREE.
next page go to the bottom an click on I agree > Next page click on wiring diagrams ,then enter your vehicle info . year make model etc.. Then system - electrical distribution , then subsystem fuse panel ! there you go hope this helps you out !
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1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Sep 06, 2015


Have you established for sure that the fuel and spark are at the cylinder? Pull a spark plug after cranking the starter. If it is wet with gas, then the fuel is ok.. It it is dry, your not getting fuel. Now hook the spark plug wire back on the spark plug and lay the plug down so you can observe it when the starter is being cranked. If you have spark, the spark plug will fire. No fire means no spark. If the engine has spark and fuel in the cylinders, the only other things it needs is air, and for these three tings to happen at the right moment. Has the engine computer been scanned for trouble codes? If not this needs to be done so we can determine if there is a sensor at fault. Without the codes, The only thing I can suggest at this time is to replace the crankshaft position sensor. If you can get the codes, get back with me and we will solve this problem.

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Aug 09, 2015


you need to get that seen to in case the vehicle blows a head gasket.. Fix the leak and overhaul/service the entire cooling system

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Jul 04, 2015


Hi Tabitha:
There are a couple of techniques that work.

1) Basic (crude but works) - with the caliper still over the rotor, use a couple of screw drivers and find a place to pry against the old pads. Gentle steady pressure and don't pry against the rotor.

2) Use a LARGE pair of pliers (I prefer water pump pliers) to squeeze the caliper assembly against the cylinder. This works really well as long as you exert force evenly on opposite edges of the cylinder.

Make sure the outer side of the protective boot is clean before you fully retract it.

Cheerfuls

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Jul 02, 2015


I'm sure the code indicates that your ABS sensor went out. It's located in the front wheel hub assembly, and to change it, you need to replace the entire front bearing/hub assembly. They are about $150 per. But it the truck is handling ok and you can deal with the light, it's not a big deal since it's just a sensor....

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014


remove the inside side trim ( near the foot and inside holes you will find nuts or bolts that will unscrew to allow the fender removal

1993 Ford F150... | Answered on Dec 16, 2014

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