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Ford engine block number is E4AE-6015-FA-6 7A29 what is it? thank you Ray

That is a 1983 - 1987 Ford 351 Cu In Windsor block.

If in decent shape, you can get about $275 - 350 on EBAY.

Semper Fi,

Aug 02, 2017 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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E3ae-6015-ba21 can anyone decode this

E=1980 casting so E3 would be 1983--AE-6015 is the heads--
BA means its a 302-- (basic engine, economy)
Used in full sized cars, some light duty trucks

Dec 20, 2015 | 1984 Ford F 150

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D9ae6015ed21 id # on my ford eng what does it all mean?

The first four digits denote the year, model of vehicle, and type of part.
D9 is 1979 model year, AE is full size model and engine.
6015 is Ford's part number for just about every engine they have produced since the 1950s.
ED21 denotes the actual part and how many times it has been changed.
This could be a 5th version 351Winsdor engine from a full size car.
The parts dept of any Ford dealer should be able to tell you for sure.

Aug 04, 2014 | 1984 Ford Mustang

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Ford f350 crew cab super duty 7.3 diesel runs rough and turns off randomly while driving sometimes restarts in neutral allot of times i have to stop and put it in park turn key completely off position I...

This is a case of which came first.
The stalling is most likely caused by your Cam Sensor. The description for Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) P0340 is "cam sensor circuit malfunction" This is a VERY COMMON problem on 7.3L diesel engines. Ford has had a lot of trouble with these.

The description for DTC P0470 is "exhaust back-pressure sensor circuit malfunction" This code can be caused by the EBP sensor, the circuits to the EBP sensor or a faulty Powertrain Control Module (PCM)

The description of DTC P1211 is "Injection Control Pressure (ICP) above or below desired" This can be caused by the engine stalling. It can also be caused by several other things, including low engine oil level or a possible faulty PCM. (Check you engine oil level FIRST.)

The troubleshooting charts needed to properly diagnose DTCs P0470 and P1211 depend on whether these codes are Key-On-Engine-Off (KOEO), Key-On-Engine-Running (KOER), or "continuous memory" codes. If you retrieved these codes with a generic OBD scan tool, then they are definately present in "continuous memory". However, a scan tool with the capabilities to read KOEO and KOER codes MUST be used to determine if these are "HARD" or "INTERMIITTENT" faults. The troubleshooting steps vary greatly depending on this information.

Personally, I would start with the lowest number code first (P0340). Replace the cam sensor. Please note: this is the MOST LIKELY cause of the problem, but not the only POSSIBLE cause. Then clear all the fault codes and drive the truck to see if this or the other codes return.

Jun 11, 2011 | 1999 Ford F250 Regular Cab

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I need to know what P1247 means

this is hard to tell you when i have no year car or make or engine or model but il take a shot at it, p1247, this must be a newer ford with a 7.3 diesel engine, now am i doing? great the 1247 is low boost preasure, make sure there are no leaks on the pipes and gaskets to turbo or the exhaust, then remove the ebp sensor and clean also remove the pipe and clean out then reset your codes and drive. the ebp,exhaust boost preasure sensor. hope this helps also check the linkage to the waste on the turbo that sometimes falls off.

Aug 29, 2010 | Ford F-250 Cars & Trucks

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Firing order for a 74 351 block casting d4ae-6015-aa

This all depends on whether this is a Windsor engine or a Cleveland engine. The Windsor engine has a 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 firing order. The Cleveland engine has a 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 firing order. You may want to try the Cleveland engine firing order first.

I hope this helps! :) That's a NICE old engine you have there!

May 24, 2010 | 1985 Ford F150

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Firing order on 1996 gmc sierra 305

Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. #1 usualy points to the #1 cylinder thats front driver side of engine On the cap. Remove the number 1 spark plug and have someone crank a little unitl you hear/feel air. The possition of the rotor is where your number 1 is, go Clockwise to place the wires in the correct order.

Have a good day ahead!

Jun 24, 2009 | 1997 GMC Sierra

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