This is a common prob you have one ground wire that is for your computer only it bolts tho i wanna say the back of the ac pump i had the same prob some time it will not allow the check engine light eliminate and can also make the abs light come on let me know how this wors its asingle ground
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No. The cylinder heads and intake are different. If you have a 95 and are using a 2000 as a replacement, you will have to change the intake assembly along with the cylinder heads. The transmission from the 95 will have to be modified at the bell housing cover. The oil pan will be different but will still work from the 2000. You will need gaskets for the 95 year if you swap over the heads and intake. Once the heads and intake are swapped, the wiring will be the same
You'll need a timing light and a 13mm (if memory serves) wrench. I'm gonna assume you know how to use a timing light but make sure you remove the spout connector (little grey plastic jumper in the engine wiring harness... I think on the '95s it was near the distributor); if the spout connector is left in the computer will pull timing automatically, giving you false readings with the light. This is all assuming you've got a V8; the V6s are different since they have a distributorless ignition system. The bigger question, though, is why you think it is out of time in the first place? If the engine was running before you swapped it into your car and the distributor wasn't moved/removed the timing shouldn't have changed.
Is this a 4.9L engine? An inline 6? My database doesn't show a 4.9L in that model year. It does show that engine in 95.
Did you visually check for spark at number 4 cylinder?
For 95-- 4.9L--fuel pressure--50--60 psi. Use a gage and check proper fuel pressure. Also, see if fuel pressure will hold for a bit with everything off.
Fuel--spark--compression. Some ford makes and models, ford can disable the fuel injector, if misfire is detected. I only mention this because, swapping injectors may not be conclusive? You can check for fuel injector pulse, anyway.
How long since over-all tune-up? You did get a new fuel filter, if inline filter, correct?
Hi :) Check the wiring harness for a fuel pump relay that is on the firewall. The trans is computer controlled (shift points, firmness, ect). You would either need to run a TBI motor from a '92-95 3-4 or 1-ton truck and get the computer to go with it. Then the new gas computer can run the trans. You will also need to swap the torque converter to a gas unit instead of the diesel. OR get whatever motor you want, and then use a stand-alone controller for the trans. They cost about $600+ for the controller. Still need to do the torque converter. You could run the diesel TC but it just wouldn't perform to full potential.It will bolt up, but a diesel transmission is different from a gas transmission. Diesels shift way earlier and only go to 3500 rpm max. If yo u do the engine swap, you will need a new valve body in the transmission. I have a 700R4 in a 1935 Ford truck. It never shifted right unless I drove it manually. It always bogged down. I took the transmission to 5 different shops and no one could figure it out. After 6 years, I was telling a buddy about it and he had me bring it to his shop. He changed the valve body (was a diesel trans and I didn't know when I bought it at an auto swap) to a corvette valve body and now the truck runs great.
2005 AND 2007 BOTH HAS THE 3.4L ENGINES.WHEN YOU SWAP IN A NEW ENGINE IN PLACE OF THE OLD ENGINE.NEWER ENGINES WILL HAVE DIFFERENT PART AND SET UP. BEST TO USE THE SAME YEAR ENGINE.YOUR PCM MEMORY HAS YEAR 2005 INFORMATION FOR ALL ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEMS.IF YOU CHANGE TO ANOTHER ENGINE WHICH IS A NEWER ENGINE.THE PCM WONT RECOGNIZE NEWER ENGINE BECAUSE PCM CHIP MEMORY IS SET UP FOR 2005 NOT 2007 THAT WILL CAUSE NO FIRING CONDITIONS.
No but you may need to put the sensers from the other motor on your new one. The most likly reason that it has no spark is youv'e yet to connect somthing. or in your haste to get it done you pinched some wires between the engine and the transmission ( common ) Look it over good and you may happen on the failure and as it's corrected you'l ( get-r-done)
If you swapped 1 & 3 ignotion coils and the misfire didn't move. it probably would be a good idea to move the spark plugs to different cylinders and also the injectors. If you have the tools, perform a compression check to see if those cylinders might have low compression