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Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon (1975 - 1991)


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Written from hands-on experience gained from the complete strip-down and rebuild of a Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon, Haynes can help you understand, care for and repair your Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon. We do it ourselves to help you do-it-yourself, and whatever your mechanical ability, the practical step-by-step explanations, linked to over 900 photos, will help you get the job done right. Regular servicing and maintenance of your Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon can help maintain its resale value, save you money, and make it safer to drive.

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Gas Engine:
Ford full-size Econoline E-100 thru E-350 Vans, 1969-1991

Does not include information specific to diesel engines

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Tune-up and routine maintenance
Chapter 2: Part A: Six cylinder inline engines
Chapter 2: Part B: V8 engines
Chapter 2: Part C: General engine overhaul procedures
Chapter 3: Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems
Chapter 4: Fuel and exhaust systems
Chapter 5: Engine electrical systems
Chapter 6: Emissions and engine control systems
Chapter 7: Manual and automatic transmissions
Chapter 8: Clutch and driveline
Chapter 9: Brakes
Chapter 10: Suspension and steering systems
Chapter 11: Body
Chapter 12: Chassis electrical system
Wiring Diagrams

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The E-Series or Econoline series of vans appeared in 1961, with the second-generation being launched in 1969. It was bigger than the first series, and moved from having the cab over the front wheels to having the cab behind them, thus allowing for a conventional front-engined configuration. It was bigger inside too, with more loads space and space for people. The third-generation van of 1975 was all new, and had a body-on-frame construction. The smallest engine available was a 3.9-liter straight six, and the range went up to a 7.5-liter V8. There were also two V8 diesels, of 6.9 and 7.3 liters. This generation of Econoline was hugely popular. In 1992, the van was completely redesigned again, to make it yet bigger and more flexible as well as more aerodynamic. At Haynes, we have an extensive range of Ford repair manuals and online maintenance procedures available for professional mechanics and DIY car enthusiasts. Our Ford Econoline repair manual is here to help you through every stage of servicing or fixing your car.