Question about 1984 Ford F 250
Tune ups on a regular basis are a must. A couple times a year check the plugs and replace if they are a little bit dirty. Also air filter. Keep the carb in tip top shape, tuned and rebuilt as necessary. Install an aftermarket vacuum guage in the dash where it is easily readable. They come marked with ranges to indicate good or poor mileage. It just plugs into the vacuum lines on the intake or carb. The more you keep it in the good range the better the mileage. Driving habits will be your best bet,keeping off the 4 barrel. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Jan 06, 2013 | Cars & Trucks
The size of the engine alone will not
determine gas mileage. There are many other
factors including vehicle weight, design of the motor, etc. So in answer to
question 1, size isn't going to matter.
For question #2, make sure you change the
oil, oil filter, air filter and keep the tires inflated to recommended specs.
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