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Does anyone know where to get the VECI label for the 94 Cougar/T-Bird 3.8l engine?

Even my service manual does not have a picture of one. It has a picture of the 5.0 engine, but not the 3.8l engine.

Suggestions?
 

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I can take a picture of SC and a 5.0 (both 93).
 

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My apologies that I was not more detailed. I need the VECI for a 94 3.8l, non-SC.

Thank you though, I do appreciate it.
 

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While I don't have access to a 94 tbird, here is the VECI from my 95 tbird LX V6 N/A chassis for you.
The 94 and 95 tbirds were functionally identical (I don't know of any differences between these two model years) so hopefully this VECI can help you. I'm willing to bet that the only difference in in the labels is the reference to 1995 and the part number (F5AE -> F4AE)
-g

PS. This label came from a 49state car (not one originally sold in CA).
 

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I HATE Office 2013

Nice pic except the dark upper left corner. I went to clean it up and Office 2013 does not have a picture editing software that is worth a crap.

I think it's time to go back to Office 2010.

Thank you though! I appreciate it!

I have not done a darn thing to the Cougar in 3 weeks or more. Darn weather dropped into freezing and I really did not want to be busting nuts in the cold. I will try to get to the booster and master cylinder this week.
 

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Nice pic except the dark upper left corner. I went to clean it up and Office 2013 does not have a picture editing software that is worth a crap.

I think it's time to go back to Office 2010.

Thank you though! I appreciate it!

I have not done a darn thing to the Cougar in 3 weeks or more. Darn weather dropped into freezing and I really did not want to be busting nuts in the cold. I will try to get to the booster and master cylinder this week.
Image manipulation program.
http://www.gimp.org/

Like photoshop but free.
-g
 
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