1989 351 firing order diagram
Posted 09 November 2007 - 10:14 AM
Posted 09 November 2007 - 11:23 AM
Taken from the Haynes repair manual.
1988 Bronco Custom, 302 EFI, C-6 AT, Ford 8.8". parting out
1986 Bronco Custom, 300-I6, NP435 4sp, Ford 8.8", new paint
1988 F-350, 4WD, 460 EFI, C-6Dana 60, Sterling 10.25 (donor)
1978 Bronco Custom, 351M, NP435, Currie Ford 9" w/ spool
1979 F-150 4WD, 351M, C-6, 4.10 gears w/ 35" mud tires
Posted 09 November 2007 - 11:44 AM
you have no power!! Eventually you will have no motor either if you constantly rev it that high!! It is a torque motor not a ho mustang 302 or 6
cylinder if you like the sound of screaming rpms you should get a small v6 or a honda. Try cleaning the Iac and adding some gas line dryer, Be
sure to keep the solenoid deal up when you spray the Iac valve out you do not want the crud to flow into the solenoid motor!!
If you have a fuel related issue run a triple dose of dedicated
gas line dryer, before throwing money at it!!
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Posted 09 November 2007 - 03:29 PM
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