This exact reprint of the original factory-issued 1953 Ford Truck Shop Manual, covers all truck models powered by 6-cylinder engines and V8 engines. It's a 448 page service manual loaded with information. When Ford wrote it, they conveniently divided it as such: Part one - POWER PLANT, Part two - CHASSIS, Part three - ELECTRICAL AND ACCESSORIES, Part four - BODIES and Part five - MAINTENANCE, TROUBLE SHOOTING AND SPECIFICATIONS.
You'll find that the comprehensive text found throughout this guide has been thoughtfully accompanied by loads of tables, black and white photographs, illustrations, cutaway views, exploded views, and other helpful visual aids in order to be sure you have the knowledge and confidence to get the jobs done right.
In 1953, Ford rolled out a stylish redesigned truck model. This second-generation of the F-series featured a big and more comfortable cab. Outside, it showcased flowing lines. This year, they also changed the model names by making the F1 the F-100 and so on up the line by adding "00" to their designations. Ford celebrated their 50th anniversary in 1953. If your vintage hauler from their golden anniversary is in need of service or repair, be sure to pick up this newly-printed and packaged version of the same manual Ford wrote for their dealership mechanics back when these handsome models first hit the farms and job sites.
- 1953 Ford Courier Sedan Delivery Truck
- 1953 Ford F Series Truck
- 1953 Ford F-100 Truck
- 1953 Ford F-250 Truck
- 1953 Ford F-350 Truck
- 1953 Ford P-350 Van
ENGINES COVERED BY THIS MANUAL:
- 215 cu.in. 6-cylinder
- 254 cu.in. 6-cylinder
- 239 cu.in. V8
- 279 cu.in. V8
- 317 cu.in. V8
This 1953 Ford truck shop manual contains a wealth of information specific to 1953 Ford trucks, with exploded views of components, photos and complete detailed information. It's a must-have resource for the serious DIY Ford mechanic, or Ford truck restorer.
Subject: Transportation: Trucks: 1953 Ford truck OEM shop manual. | OEM Part Number: FORM 7099-53