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I still need to know what year engine is.

The number on the block is definitely 9K2B. Not 9K28.

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Maybe if you take a good photo of your engine someone might have the answer.

Posted on May 01, 2015

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I need to know the year of my Ford V- 8 engine.It is a 302 and the number on the engine block is 9K2B?


You need one more bit of information!!!
What we have is your engine date code, providing the year of manufacture, but not the "Decade" of manufacture. You will need the Engine Tag/Plate number for additional info.
9K28
  • 9 = ninth year of a certain decade
  • K = month
    • A = Jan
    • M = December
    • (i is not used)
  • Next 2 digits are numbers, hence I think your B is an 8
Your engine was manufactured on October 28, 19x9 to find x you need to ...

Locate the Engine Tag / Plate... (this is for Ford Engines)
  • It can be near the coil, where the bolts secure it.
  • by/under the oil dipstick tube
  • under heat indicator bulb
  • under the stud attaching carburetor (this is for larger engines)
There will be a long number on it.
And it will start with an Alpha Character...
  • 1st position - Probably not an "A"... but this letter designates the "Decade" in which the engine was built.
    • "B" = 1950's, C = 1960's, etc
  • 2nd position - will be a numeral from 0 - 9 and this designates the year (1st to 10th) of the above decade it was built.
  • 3rd position - Basic design of the Vehicle
    • example: A - Generic engine, full size, E or T - Truck, L - Lincoln, M - Mercury, and for you car buffs... O - '67-'76 Torino's and all Fairlanes, Z - Mustangs,
  • 4th position - Almost always an E - meaning made by the Engine Design Team (which Design Team? Engine design team)
  • And the last 4 positions are the part number of that engine
Just for fun, this is a cool site...
Ford V8 Engine Identification FORDification com

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Is there any number on the engine block aside from the VIN number?


The only number that should be on the main engine block is the engine number this wont be on a metal plate welded on or soldered on.
The number will be stamped into the main engine block not the cylinder head it will be just bellow their on the main engine block.

Hope this tells you what you need to know let me know if you need further assistance ok

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