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post #1 of 12 Old 05-16-2008, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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1986 Ford F150 i6 Help

One of my neighbors is an older gentlemen with a 1986 F150 i6 and the water pump needs to be replaced, so I offered to lend him a hand. He doesnt have ac. In full what needs to be done is belts, water pump, upper hose, lower hose, and thermostat. Does anybody have a good writeup and or good directions on replacing his waterpump? Never worked on a ford before and I really dont want to screw his up. Any help would be nice.

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Tell him to buy a Haynes. It has enough info in there to guide you. I did the same with my fathers Ford

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Water pump is pretty self explanatory and easy when you're looking at the engine, especially on older engines.

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an 86? lol.. i'm pretty sure you are going to just have to pull the fan, drain the fluid, pull the hoses, pull the pump, pull the thermo housing/cover and then do that backwards.
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an 86? lol.. i'm pretty sure you are going to just have to pull the fan, drain the fluid, pull the hoses, pull the pump, pull the thermo housing/cover and then do that backwards.
Ya it looked that way to me, just took a look and it seems pretty self explanatory.


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post #8 of 12 Old 05-16-2008, 08:36 PM
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that is the easiest enginge to work on other that an amc 6. i had 2 f150s and when i worked on them i felt like a god. it's what it looks like.

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Dont sweat it, but maybe start spraying the breakaway asap.


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try this man http://www.autozone.com/shopping/rep...00c1528004b795

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I have a book (haynes) for that truck (I think it covers that year) let me know if you need me to look something up

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