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1935 ford flat head 221 C.I.flanged rod bearings.010

Hello ,,,, I need Flanged .010 rod bearings for a 1935 V8 Ford Flat Head 221 C.I. Engine Pease Help....Thank You Terry Walters twps@aol.com

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Hi i have a Ford Explorer 2003 v8 4.6 L.


Sounds Like A Piston Connecting Rod Knock this Happens from #1 Poor Oil Circulation at that or all Rods thus Causing Severe Wear to the Rod Bearing Or #2 Abuse Such As Unnecessary High reving at sestained Hi RPM's and this Is A Major Repair that Involves Basically Rebuilding the Engine. A Trained EAR Can Diagnose A Rod Knock. I can Pick this Out Just After 10-20 Seconds. All I can Advise is for you to Go to A "TRUSTED" Mech./Tech. for Diagnosis. Im hoping this Helps you Find the Problem, I am Unable to HEAR the Engine so this is as Much as I Can Do for you . I truely Hate to be the Bearer of Bad News but I Call it like I See it .
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How to install ford f-250 cataletic converter


This depends on whether the replacement is flanged or not. If it's a flanged factory replacement, simply un-bolt the old cat, and bolt the new one in.

If this is a universal cat, your best bet is an exhaust shop, as it'll likely have to be welded into place.

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I have a 1995 ford bronco. I can start it with starting fluid and it will run. When I shut it off it will not restsrt with out the starting fluid.


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Head bolt, rod bolt, main bearing torque on 332 engine in a 1959 failane ford


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Where are the freeze plugs located on 1994 Ford Taurus?


For the vehicles covered by this information, one of two types of freeze plugs may be used: a cup-type plug or an expansion-type plug. They are removed in the same way, however two different kinds of tools are used to install them. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Remove the necessary components to gain access to the freeze plug.
  3. As required, raise and support the vehicle safely.
  4. Drill a 1 / 2 in. (12.7mm) hole in the center of the plug, then remove the plug using a Universal Impact Slide Hammer T59L-100-B or equivalent. Inspect the plug bore for damage that might interfere with the proper sealing of the plug. If the bore is damaged, you will have to bore the surface to accommodate the next specified oversize plug.
Oversize plugs are identified by the "OS'' stamped in the flat on the cup side of the plug.


To install:
  1. Lightly coat the plug and/or bore with an oil resistant Stud and Bearing Mount E0AZ-19554-BA or Threadlock 262 E2FZ-19554-B or equivalent.
  2. Cup type core plugs are installed with the flanged edge outward. The maximum diameter of this plug is located at the outer edge of the flange. The flange on cup type plugs flares outward with the largest diameter at the outer sealing edge.
  3. Expansion type core plugs are installed with the flanged edge inward. The maximum diameter of this plug is located at the base of the flange with the flange flaring inward.
  4. For the cup-type plug, it is important to push or drive the plug into the machined bore by using the proper tool. Never drive the plug using a tool that contacts the crowned part of the plug. Damage to the plug and/or plug bore may result. When installed, the trailing (maximum) diameter must be below the the chamfered edge of the bore to effectively seal the plugged bore.
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Fig. 1: Use the proper tool when installing a cup-type plug

  1. For the expansion-type plug, it is important to pull the plug into the machined bore by using a properly designed tool. Never drive the plug into the bore using a tool that contacts the flange. Leakage and/or plug blowout will result. the flanged (trailing) edge must be below the chamfered edge of the bore to effectively seal the plugged bore.
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Fig. 2: Use the proper installation tool when installing an expansion-type plug

  1. Install all the removed components. Lower the vehicle, as required.
  2. Fill the cooling system and check for leaks.

Hope helps.

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Does anyone have the bolt torque specifications for a ford 1995 5.8L. I need the cylinder heads, crankshaft mains and connecting rod torque.


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Rod Bearing Caps, 45 Foot pounds (Final torque)

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