Question about Ford F-250
All you ford fanatics!!!! I really need someone to answer this for me before i buy the 302. Thanks...
Yes all will bolt up.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
If I recall correctly, the only 351 with the same bolt pattern as the 302 was the windsor 351 (351W). The 351 C was a Cleveland made engine, and the 351M (for "modified") had the same bolt pattern as the 351C- different from the 302. A quick check is the top two bolts on the bell housing- the 302's top bolts are pretty close together- about 3 or 4 inches apart. Most engines space the top two bolts further apart. I never was a ford fanatic, so don't take my memory for gospel. You planning on running a carbureted '74 engine in your truck?
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are just 2 bolts that hold the starter to the engine, then there is the battery cable and the starter solenoid leads, take note of where the wires go before removing them. Lets talk safety, use jack stands to hold the car up, disconnect the battery so you don't burn yourself or start an electrical fire.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on May 25, 2011
sorry wrong person to ask as i have never seen one in my life except on the TV ,but the body of the thermostat goes into the engine as this is what gets hot then expands opening the stat
Posted on Oct 07, 2011
Not absolutly positive for that car. However nothing i have ever worked on or talked to someone who worked on any car has to pull the motor to remove the oil pan. There should be enough room for it to come out. You will have to have extensions for you ratchet, and more than likely a swivel. If it is rear wheel drive you may have to drop the pan down to the cross brace then take the bolts out of the oil pick up tube through the gap in the oilpan. Two bolts, maybe one? But then it will fall into the pan and then will fit out. I hope this helps.
And yes you have to torque the bolts. First snug them up and then criss cross one front corner then the opposite back corner etc... Not sure what torque is, like 24ft lbs? Ask the autopart store you buy the gasket at and they will tell you.
Posted on Oct 25, 2011
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