Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
2000 SOHC V8 4.6L 140,000
Did you rebuild or just replace the engine? If it was a do it yourself rebuild then I'd think that something went wrong with the assembly....If its a second hand, or alternatively a rebuilt engine, by some one-else, that's where I'd think the fault is....By the way, did you get rotation on the engine before putting it into the vehicle....if you tried it then and it did turn, pull it out again,as I believe you may have a problem with the clutch assembly, or in the case of an auto, if the tourque converter was not fitted correctly into the box you may have damaged the pump in the box and sometimes that will cause the engine to seem as though it's siezed....let us have more info on your problem, I'm sure we'll be able to help you more than I have....
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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