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Engine id # f1se b


Help with id'ing my block etc - Ford Mustang Forums : Corral.net ...

forums.corral.net > ... > Windsor Tech Forums > 5.0/5.8 Engine Tech
Dec 31, 2009 - Shouldn't that be 6015 ~ designating that it is an engine block? ... Part numbers do not change every year, they only change when the part is revised. e7te blocks used the same part number ... What would a block with casting # F1SE and E7TE heads be from? ...... 3 Attachment(s) New CCW Vortech JT-B.

The Ford 289 and 302 Engine Block

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At this site you can find information about Ford small block cylinder blocks and interchangeability. ... and 302 engines were never identified as "Windsor" small-blocks by Ford Motor Company. These ... Block identification is straightforward. ... Beginning in the 1965 model year, the 289 had a .... factory casting numbers, etc.

Geeks On Cars: How to Identify Small Block Fords


Dec 26, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Where is engine number on block


Hi try on the side of the block just below sparkplugs

Mar 17, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Gm motor identification


You will have to find the casting number on the block, heads, and intake to see if all those are original to that motor, but the block casting number will tell you what year it was made, and the types of vehicles it was used in. It might be difficult to pinpoint exactly what it was in originally if they used it in more than one type car, or produced it more that one year. You can google up a site that will help you find the block casting and decode it for you. Just type in GM engine block decoder

Jul 17, 2014 | Chevrolet Impala Cars & Trucks

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Jeep block casting code 53008403


what are you doing> , buying a bare block?

why not say what is in hand. (fit what? just tranny and mounts or what? , be legal or make EFI happy, or ? all other parts on engine?)

i did a www scan and in 1 second, bam the 4 banger

not the 4 liter.



2.5L gas engine not the diesel of same size.

so...

1984 to 2002 run (all year run lenght) not an answer.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMC_straight-4_engine



what does FIT mean.

to the mounts, the transmission, all will

pass smog

be legal, say in CALIF? (strict year codes there.... btw)

make EFI happy (fit)

just the block, short block or just a naked block. you never said./

key fact on bell housing

Instead of the standard AMC bell housing bolt pattern, AMC/Jeep engineers adopted the General Motors small V6 and four-cylinder bolt pattern



short answer, all years fit, the short block.



In 1986 the head went under a minor revision, the head bolts were increased from 7/16 to 1/2 inch.

id bet that be lowest year.



http://www.allpar.com/mopar/amc-25.html



any with 1/2"head bolts





here is a nice page. google hits are free. huh?



http://engineguy.com/jeep-dodge-chrysler/2-5l-1.html?dir=desc&order=name



crank snout?

oil bypass

head bolt sizes

for sure the best answers are at all the top engine builders pages.

never on ebay. avoid them for facts.





you need a 530 block.

shop for that.

Apr 20, 2014 | 1998 Jeep Wrangler

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I have an olds engine that is red, I was told it's a 350 cid but all the research says it's a 455 cid, I don't know what it came out of or the year.Any help would be great


Check the serial number on the block, it should be just forward of the right side (passenger side) cylinder head. If not then its along the back side, top of the block. Also most small blocks depending on the year have the cubic liter measurement, casted into the Left side of the cylinder block near the frost plugs. Best to get the actual number then take to a dealership, they can tell you to the day what size and when built.

Apr 10, 2011 | Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Cars & Trucks

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NUMBERS ON BLOCK


Hello there:

Casting dates are usually expressed this way, “C 18 4.” In this example, the “C” means the month of
March, “18” is the day of the month, and “4” is the last digit of the year. This last digit may mean ’64, ’
74, ’84 or ’94, so you must also check the other characteristics of the block to determine in which
decade and year it was made. Some parts have the decade and year cast on them; these identifiers
look like this: “C 18 84.” GM introduced new model years in September or October of each year, so
when you see a casting date of “L 16 7” for example, this indicates a casting date used in the 1968
model year because it translates into December 16, 1967. A 1968 model Camaro assembled on
January 6, 1968, might contain a number of parts that were cast in December, 1967. Casting dates
should precede hand-stamped engine assembly dates.

Nov 20, 2009 | 1990 Chevrolet Corvette

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