Question about 1991 Ford F250
Need to know what kind of distributor I need and what else along with the distributor to get back to Stand alone ignition. I KNOW I need an Intake, Carb, fuel pressure regultor.
Why? The EFI is a far more dependable and efficient system. Why would you want to take a step back and create more trouble than it's worth?
Posted on Jun 10, 2014
Testimonial: "It's already done and it is actually WAY simpler. Only thing I had to do way trace back my Water Temp and Oil Pressure wires and wire them back in. I was having many problems with the EFI and it would not have been cost efficient to fix it all. It is a performance motor with a Drag Cam, Stage 4 intake and so on and so forth. Being "far more dependable" I disagree. One sensor could go bad and it will no longer run. With a Carb you don't have that. Efficient, I also do not agree. If you know how to properly tune and work on a carb they are just as efficient. If not more. (Being efficient isn't a real worry for me either way) This way I can fix my truck on the trail without carrying a bunch of issues. (Diagnostic computer, Sensors, etc) For those out there that are wondering the same thing I was go with an HEI distributor very easy and saves a lot of time and stress."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll need to raise the engine to replace the oil pan. Take the trans./converter loose, remove the engine mounts, wiring, fuel line, and anything else that could be a problem with raising the engine. You can use 2 6 x 6's and place under the engine mounts and rest the engine on these. This should provide you with room to drop the pan.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
I worked at the library and you can go to the Reference section ( those books can't be checked out) but you can copy what you need, they have old repair manual that are extremely detailed at the professional level, pictures of schematics, complete brake down on repairs much better than you can find in any book today that you buy at the local auto parts store. if one library does not have them then go to the next library in your area.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
SOURCE: Distributor Timing
With the Dura Spark II system, only an initial timing adjustment is possible. Ignition timing is not considered to be a part of tune-up or routine maintenance.
With the TFI-IV system no ignition timing adjustment is possible and none should be attempted.
If this doesn't help, please post again with the engine size because this will help us find all the specific info for you.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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