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Mis fire on a 351 Cleveland engine from cylinder no1

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Spark plug, plug wire, dist, cap, or other ignition or valve train issue.

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Mis fire on a 351 Cleveland engine on cylinder no1


not sure what your after that isn`t a simple check. so check plug, wire, cap, if its electronic ignition you don`t say what year as these have had a problem with the reluctor wheel, pick up being damaged. poor distributor shaft bushing, check compression, check for vacume leaks at this cylinder. just some places to start.

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WHY IS MY 302 CID RUNNING, WHILE IT IS WIRED IN THE 351 FIRING ORDER?


Both engines are 8 cylinders! Could be the same firing order for both!

Jul 11, 2014 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

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351 windsor


You can tell by looks or by the VIN number if the engine is original.
The fifth digit could be H or Q. H is for the Windsor engine and Q is for Cleveland. The Windsor looks like an ordinary 289 or 302 engine, the Cleveland is a big head 400 version. I don't think they used a 4bbl Windsor but they did use a 2bbl Cleveland so that is not a good example.

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The left front exhaust valve hydraulic lifter on my 302 cleveland has taken the bottom off it and i want to know where it could end up


First of all Ford never made a 302 cleveland, they made 351 cleveland . the metal from the lifter is all thru the engine ? ( bearings, oil pan, etc. )

Apr 21, 2011 | Ford Futura Cars & Trucks

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Computer read-out keep saying:Engine mis-fire detected from the number two cylinder. New Cap,Rotor,Wires,and Plugs.


this isa an old vehicle and its technology is simple just how i like it ,now i think for this to happen either the distributor isnt pointing to the factory set position of firing for no1 ,not that it matters but it might be sensing something ,or if it runs ok then leave well alone

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Need firing order diagram for 371 cleveland engine


FIRING ORDER FOR 351 CLEVELAND IS 1 3 7 2 6 5 4 8

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Check Engine Light on Yr2001 Ford Escape V-6 2wd. Code says: Misfire on cylinder #5. Dealer said compression is low in cylinder #5. This Escape needs to pass smog. What can we do?


If the engine has a P0305 DTC (Data Trouble Code) for a "cylinder 5 mis-fire detected", then the first thing to do is to do a compression test to determine if the mis-fire is actually being caused by a mechanical problem, or an electronic problem.

If the engine really does have low compression on the #5 cylinder then that is caused by a mechanical mis-fire and nothing electronic will repair it, and the most common causes for a mechanical mis-fire would be a burnt or bent intake or exhaust valve, a warped cylinder head or damaged head gasket, or a damaged piston. You can call around and find a repair shop that will do a "compression leak down test" if you want to know exactly what is causing the compression leak without any dis-assembly to the engine.

May 25, 2010 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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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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I have a 1965 food falcon with a mustang 302 (1978 ) v8. how do i know if it is a windsor or not?


Well there is a 302 cleveland, they are mainly an Australian engine. Identifying one is much like telling the difference between a 351 windsor and a 351 cleveland. Based on the fact that it's from Ford's 335 engine family. 8 cap screws to hold on the valve covers, the block is longer do to the timing chain housing being integrated. The fuel pump bolts are mounted vertically, and the exhaust bolt holes are diagonal. Also, a big difference between an american 302 and an aussie 302 cleveland, is the connecting rods for the cleveland are 6.000''. Where the american 302 connecting rod length is 5.090". Also, referring to a 302 as a windsor is incorrect, it's block families name is the 90 degree v8. The only engine in that family that is properly named the windsor, is the 351 windsor. The 90 degree family also includes the 302 boss. The boss has cleveland style heads, and the block has screw in freeze plugs.

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Car will not start


If I am right, the firing order is,1-3-4-2. With the dissy cap removed, have someone turn the engine over so you can see which way the rotor arm goes. Set the engine to TDC and the rotor arm should point to the No1 cylinder at the start of the firing order. If it rotor points away from the No 1 cylinder then slacken the dissy housing and move the diddy until the rotor ppoints to the No1 cylinder. Now pHT lead from the No1 spark plug to the No 1 possition on the dissy cap. The next lead goes on the next available possition on the dissy cap in the way of the rotation of the rotor then to the No3 spark plug carry on the same with 2 and 4 and that should solve your problem unless you have a different firing order.

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