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Ford Falcon and Fairlane 6 cylinder- XF ZL Gregory's Service and Repair Manual 1984-1987
NEW - paperback
covering Ford Falcon XF & Fairlane XL series GL,S, Fairmont & Fairmont Ghia 1984 thru 1987. Also covers utility & van GL, S, GLS 1984 thru March 1993.
The Ford XF Falcon is a car which was produced by the Ford Motor Company in Australia between 1984 and 1993.
The XF sedan and wagon sold between October 1984 and February 1988 with the Ute and Van running through to March 1993. The handling and ride were described as competent, but the non-powered steering was heavy at low speeds with an overly strong castor action after performing a manoeuvre such as a U-turn. Engines were modified to run on unleaded fuel from January 1986. The XF series remains Ford's best-selling Falcon model to date with 278,101 built.
* Falcon GL 4 door Sedan
* Fairmont 4 door Sedan
* Fairmont Ghia 4 door Sedan
* Falcon GL 5 door Wagon
* Fairmont 5 door Wagon
* Fairmont Ghia 5 door Wagon (from October 1986)
* Falcon Ute
* Falcon GL Ute
* Falcon Van
* Falcon GL Van
An optional 'S' Pack was available on some models, featuring body stripes, fog lamps, styled wheels, Falcon S badging, steering rake adjustment, driver’s lumbar support, driver’s seat tilt and footrest and sports instrument cluster.
Transmissions available were 4 or 5 speed manual floor shift, or the much more popular 3 speed automatic with the selector lever located either on the floor or the column in cars that seat 6. In 3 seat utes and vans, the 3 speed manual on the column was standard. XF models were available with a choice of 3.3 litre or 4.1 litre engine 6-cylinder engines. The 4.1 litre unit was standard on Fairmont models.