Question about 2003 Ford F-150
The major problem with fitting different engines is the transmission housing compatibility
if the bolt pattern is different, the cost of obtaining an adaptor plate makes the different engine fitment expensive
there is a technical division in ford motor company that you can contact for advice and they will be able to advise which engines have the same bolt patterns that will allow the change over
of course the other method is to change the engine / transmission as an assembly so if you want to put a inline six in use the inline six transmission as well
Posted on Dec 13, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, You will need to Change it all. None of the V8 Components will Transfer to the Inline 6. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
The way that I usually test coils or plug wires is to use an insulated plug wire puller and pull each plug wire (one at a time) to see if the engine speed changes. If you disconnect one wire and nothing changes, you probably have found the defective wire or coil.
You can also use a plug wire tester (neon type) to see if you have a spark. Can also hook up a timing light to a coil wire and it will trigger if coil is good. It will not work if coil is bad.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
SOURCE: Keeps throwing the belt off
I had the exact same problem, except it was shredding the belt as well. It even jumped off the pully after just distance down the road. Come to find out the idler (which had been changed out with what was "supposed" to be the right one) was the wrong one. It looked right, but after changing the idler out we have not had this problem again.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
What engine code is stored in the computer? You may have a bad TPS (throttle postioning sensor), or a bad O2 sensor. Auto Zone can retrieve the code for you, and tell you what sensor it is related to.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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