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Ford F100 brake diagram

Gday i'm just chasing a brake line diagram for a 1970 ford f100 showing everything in the braking system, I am looking to make up brake lines that have been stripped out of a project truck from scratch

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The brake bias valve can cause your symptom.Are the outer part of the brake calipers able to slide in and out freely .Jack it up take a wheel off and get someone to push on the brake pedal while you check for correct movement.Lube the slides so it is easier for calipers to return.a chunck of 4x2 wood is useful if you find them too hard to move by hand

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c-6 trans! I have owned many ford trucks and the c-6 was needed.

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Hey! One of my favorite projects here. The simplest way to go. First you need to make sure the wireing harness is setup for TFI system. It should have a couple big connectors by the driver side fender well in the engine bay. You will need a TFI module. Next you can use the original distributor or buy a new electronic one. If you use the original you have to buy a new stator and cap. I also recomend a new coil and preferably get rid of the balast resistor. This should complete your project.

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It should however you may need to use the mounting bracket from the 79 there bolth 302 ;s it should work

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What rear brake backing plates can i put in a 1956 ford f100?


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How do I remove the rear brake drum on my 1970 Ford pk tk F100?


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I have a 1970 Ford pk truck F100 and I am trying to remove the rear brake drum. Cant seem to find a diagram to show me how it comes off. I see two holes that would make one think it needs twisted off. ...


It pulls straight out once the wheel is off. Sometimes there are little flat spring steel clips on one or more wheel studs- look for these before fighting with them.

Sometimes, with drum brakes, they will be worn to where there is a groove in them with a high spot at the inner edge of the bore (next to where the shoes contact the drum). When this is the case it's easiest to back the adjusters off before trying to pull the drum, as the shoes can be adjusted so far out that they won't clear the inner edge of the drum.

Other than that it's just a matter of tapping, wiggling and swearing. You'll get it, no worries.

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Will power steering from a 1979 ford f100 fit on 1970 ford f100 , both has 302 engine ..


It should however you may need to use the mounting bracket from the 79 there bolth 302 ;s it should work

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Ned to now wat the firing order for dist cop shood be for a 1987 ford f100 pick-up truck 300sixcylender stick shift model#333


The F100 ended in 1983, so there is some confusion on your 1987 Ford F100. The F150 started in 1983 and was available in 1987, but not the F100. You have this listed under the 1981 Ford F100 category.
The 300 CID = 4.9L In-Line (Straight) 6-Cylinder.
In order to best answer your question I have included both the 1981 F100 4.9L and 1987 F150 4.9L below. The only difference is with the Distributor Cap Configuration and Connections.

For the 1981 F100 300cid=4.9L:
Firing order:
1-5-3-6-2-4
Cylinders:
(back)
...6
...5
...4
...3
...2
...1
(front)
Distributor:
...(back)
.........4..[.]-clip
2
...................1
6
................5
[.]....3

For the 1987 F150 300cid=4.9L:
Firing Order:
1-5-3-6-2-4
Cylinders:
(back)
..6
..5
..4
..3
..2
..1
(front)
Distributor:
.......(back)
.................4
.....2
[.]
.......................1
..6
.........................[.]-clip
....................5
.......3
.........(front)

Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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