probabaly not. i know the 4.6's had one that was on top near the aluminum corss over which there was a whole discussion on if it was safe or not to remove you might take a look over there and see if that helps any
I do know that MaddMartigan ran without one in his 347. I don't know if he still does though, so I was hoping that others might have more knowledge. Thanks for the info on the 4.6 section, I'll check that out.
Oil leaks and ramps
What's an oil spot on the ground closer to the right tire than left tire mean? Air pressure in right tire is fine.:zwthstpd:
It's been about ten years since the rear main oil seal and pan gasket were done.
This is for the 5.0 I just threw into my 90SC.
Decided to start looking at cams, since the explorer cam is trash and causes the car to fall on its face around 4500.
Was looking at what others have used in their cobras, and it all comes back to a Steeda #19, Crane 2031, or the E cam. But at...
OK, if you've followed my Project Resurrection thread, you've seen my issues with the engine. I'm at a loss so I figured I would start a thread in this forum to start figuring out how to troubleshoot the issue.
I'll try to create a video with the audio of what's going on but I don't have that...
I replaced a worn vacuum line and all the intake manifold gaskets last week. To do this, I pulled the distributor and the spark plug wires without marking them, thinking it was easy enough to install them back with the proper firing order and a timing light.
Now the car won't idle anymore and I...
I've installed a 1992 Thunderbird 5.0 in to my 1987 Ford Ranger, and due to space constraints, I've had to remove the A/C compressor from the drivers side. It would have hit the steering gear box. I'd like to add A/C to my truck, and have all of the factory Ranger parts to do it, but I need to...
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