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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.
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.
Fig. 1: Cylinder head bolt tightening sequence for all 4-cylinder engines
1. Clean the cylinder head bolts and the threads in the block. Make sure the bolts turn freely in the block. 2. Install a new head gasket on the engine block. Make sure the
camshaft sprocket timing marks are still aligned, as set during the
removal procedure. Install the cylinder head. 3. Lubricate the bolt threads and seat surfaces with clean engine oil
and install them. Torque the bolts in 2-3 steps to 56-60 ft. lbs.
(75-81 Nm) in the proper sequence.
If your thinking of interchanging the head or short block then you can, depending on the cylinders, because the saturn sl2 2000 and 1999 were one of the few models ever to make a 1.9 liter DOHC. if you have a 1.8 DOHC then you should be fine with a 2001 or 2002
you should be able to interchange them....its every 4 years that they change the design of an engine and i believe yours can be changed since they are within 3 to 4 years difference.you cant always go by the book so you have to look both engines over closely and see that everything looks the same top and bottom and if they are go for it.