I will not go back the Auto Shop, was highly recommended, do any repairs. Never touched the motor or trany aside from tune ups and regular maintenance. Just to reprogram the computer at a local shop for my son was 350 because he only has a code scanner. If you are driving it strictly around town, yes, 12 to 13 sounds about right. If the shell does break free then there are tools to remove it relatively quickly.
What problems am I going to run into? In defense of the bores, valve shrouding is a much bigger issue on the 2V 5. My next chunk of cash goes to the Japs. Overall the car has been reliable and great to drive. Sure it was smooth and quiet and relatively economical but the acceleration was glacial. And of course, the speed parts merchants quickly caught up to the 4.
That was the final verdict on the car. My 1999 owner's manual only shows the 4x4 having a 4. Because my check engine light keeps coming on for the last 4 yrs. The one thing I never had any trouble with was that 4. And I suspect that the 6. All brake systems are hydraulic.
It would have been great for inclusion had it been born with a 4. I had 2 trans go out. She made a trip to the EmRm on that one. Previous owner towed a sprint car with it for a couple of years, but you would never know. The last day of production was Sept 15 2011 at St.
Of course the wife did not want anything to do with it now. The rear quarters have proved to be quite functional both for passengers and cargo, thanks to decent head- and legroom plus a handy fold-down seatback. I wanted to get ahead of traffic that was coming. The first vehicle built would be A00001 and the next would be A00002. The 93 had a very aggressive throttle tip-in, so maybe this was on purpose to disguise a shortage of torque on the very low end. Need more info to get a feel for what your commenting on.
Any experiences by the commentators on this or any other challenge described is welcomed. But never flat on the side of the road. Fortunately there was enough head left to tap new threads into the socket: I made sure to put in a stainless-steel sleeve with many more than three threads. Once he was into a full size, he may as well have stepped up to the 5. In regards to the oil consumption and the valve guide seals, I have not seen it as a big of an issue as many make it out to be. .
I think the most amazing part is that the original exhaust lasted 900k miles driving primarily in the rust belt. It is a rwd vehicle and also uses the Ford 4. Good power, very solid and decent. I think I am going right now and take my 57 Chevy Belair for nice long ride. Better think about an F250 of a later year to meet the requirements. Ford has even issued a. It blows through speed bumps with a squeak, crash and laughter by all aboard and fits my bike in the trunk when I pick it up from the Roger Park Metra.
Hello - You are welcome - please ensure if you do ask auto questions in the future you inlcude all that data. I still own the 93. Never seen a winter and factory serviced since new. Wondering if someone could help. I suspect even if the bore spacing of these engines were wider the 4.