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What engine is in a 1980 Ford F-150?

The engine in a 1980 Ford F-150 is the 4.9 liter (300 cid) inline six-cylinder engine, which produced 120 horsepower. This engine served as the base engine for all models of the 1980 F-150.

What is the gas mileage on a 1980 Ford F150?

Based on data from 5 vehicles, 35 fuel-ups and 7,983 miles of driving, the 1980 Ford F-150 gets a combined Avg MPG of 8.93 with a 0.90 MPG margin of error. Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 1 outliers (2.78%) removed.

What engine does a 1980 Ford F150 have?

Second Generation Ford F-150 (1980-1986)
The inline six-cylinder engine was still standard; as well as two V8 engine options – a 5.0 liter and 5.8 liter. The horsepower was over 130 hp and 230 pound-feet of torque.

What engines came in a 1978 Ford F-150?

7 engines

Name Power Drivetrain
4.9 102 hk 2WD
4.9 4×4 102 hk 4WD
5.0 V8 132 hk 2WD
6.6 V8 4×4 151 hk 4WD

What engine does a 1979 Ford F150 have?

Here’s a breakdown of the engine specifications for all models of the 1979 Ford F150: 4.9L Inline-6 (300 CID): This engine was the base option for many F-150s, known for its reliability and decent fuel efficiency for the time. It produced around 114 horsepower and 223 lb-ft of torque.

What is the best F-150 ever made?

The F-150 has been a reliable workhorse over the decades, but it has also tried to be more. The top five Ford F-150s are the 1975 F-150, the 1993 F-150 SVT Lightning, the 2003 Ford F-150, the 2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, and the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning.

How much horsepower does a 1980 Ford F-150 302 have?

In 1980, Ford introduced a new version of its small-block V-8 engine. It was a 4.2-liter or 255 cubic inch variant of the 302 which had a smaller bore of 3.68 inches. Essentially, it was a scaled-down version of the 302. This engine was rated at 118 horsepower and 193 lb-ft of torque.

What transmission is in a 1980 Ford F150?

The primary heavy-duty 4 speed manual transmission used in 1980-1987 Ford full size 1/2 ton trucks was the wide-ratio (6.69:1) New Process NP435 which is only synchronized for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gears. The NP435’s have a direct drive 1:1 4th gear.

How do I know what engine my F-150 has?

You can find your engine size on your Window Sticker or a Build Sheet, or by contacting the Customer Relationship Center. If you are considering buying a Ford, our website has the engine sizes for current model years.

What are 80s Ford trucks called?

Seventh Generation (1980—1986)
Ford bills its seventh-generar F-series as “the first new truck of the 1980s,” and designs it with a focus on aerodynamics and plush interior trappings. While Ford sells 173,050 F-150s in 1980, the base F-100 still manages to find 133,590 buyers.

What engine is in a 1984 Ford F-150?

For 1984, the 3.8L V6 was dropped from the F-Series (as the F-100 had been discontinued), with the 4.9L now again serving as the standard engine. As an additional option, an “HO” version of the 5.8L V8 was introduced; a 4-bbl carburetor increased output from 150 to 210hp.

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