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The only head I know that has a part# stamped on it is the SVO head. That part# is by the exhaust port.

The heads have a casting# which is above the camshafts!
 

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No, you would need to remove the valve cover to see the camshafts.
 

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There is also a Casting# by the exhaust port! I doubt you can see this one as well.
 

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DMcBrideBoston said:
Where on the heads is the part #, the heads are on the engine so I don't know where to look.

I wanna go out on my break and check the #'s out.

Any fast help would be great!

Thanks
Any particular reason why you need to see the casting number? Being a '95 you have F4AE heads. Shouldn't be too much of a mystery there.
 

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I guess they COULD have used a 96+ engine and swapped over the intakes and such.
 

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you can see the casting number on the rear side of either cylinder head . I looked up from underneath with a flashlight . your are looking for a 4 or 5 . I too had my motor replaced with a unknown. I also purchased a 96 motor out of the junkyard for a spare and parts. I could read the casting number very clearly with spare engine laying out of the car. turns out the unknown was a 94 motor with the 4 heads.
 
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