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How many cranking amps for a 302 or 5.0

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DEPENDING ON THE ACCESSORY LOAD I WOULD SAY 650 AT THE LEAST

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You tell us why they could not clear data

You clear all data,not just one code

The code came back because that system
was not repaired yet & now the shop wants to
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making jobs

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Firing Order, Small Block & SVO
This is one of the most common questions asked by our Ford customers. The firing order for the early 221-302 engines and the early 5.0 engines is 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. This is the firing order for all prefix “31” cams and is the standard replacement cam for all early engines. The later 5.0 engine and all 351 engines are designed to use the 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 firing order. This is the firing order for all prefix “35” cams, and cams ordered for these engines should use this prefix. Other than the firing order, the cams are identical. By changing the spark plug wiring at the distributor these cams can be interchanged.

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