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R-12, which you won't be able to purchase without appropriate credentials nor likely be able to afford should you locate a supplier. Recommend converting to R-134a if you're going to keep the truck for a while.

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What type of brake fluid is recommended for a 1990 f-150?

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90 f150 wont turn with clutch down former owner can get it too start but I can't.Is it the safety switch or fluid?

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F150 transmission filling

yeah the filler hole is on the side. you can use synthetic but then you have to change all the seals too. lucas is a good product no doubt. as far as fluid level you pump it in until it is 1/2 from the hole. you can use your finger to measure this. the fluid change for 80/90 is every 50,000 miles for the 75/90 sythetic is 75,000. Note: if you use sythetic and don't change the seals your seals will fail prematurely. for an added precaution take the shifter tower off the tranny and make sure you don't have a bent fork. if the fluid change and the fork is not bent, then chances are your synchro gears are worn. please rate this........thanks

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First try to step on gas about one quarter throttle then try to start.If it starts like that I would change the Idle Air Control valve.

Aug 22, 2008 | 1990 Ford F150

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