At that age and mileage, I would expect you to find out what F O R D
stands for. Having said that, my V-10 with 123,000 thousand miles is
still preforming as new, but it's a 2000 model!!
PERSONALLY, I'd move up to a '96 or newer truck -- or car, for that matter.
My only reasoning is that the '96 or newer is OBD II compliant, and
troubleshooting a Check Engine Light is a bit easier. In theory, the '96 or
newer should also be more fuel efficient -- as a practical matter I don't
know if that true, but I like the theory.
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