...and the supercharged 312's went like stink!
Sorry, your comments reminded me of that story.
So it actually was a Ford engine?
...let's see, if memory serves, that should've been a Y-block....
My dad had a '53 Mercury with a 255 in it. When I was a kid, he'd tell me never run a regular engine on Sunoco 260 gasoline, because that's how he...
Funny you write that, because if you ask a Ford guy, its the Chevy's that have soft cams. HaHaHa!
Not a burnt valve, but a cracked head....remember?...
This one is definitely a brain teaser. Seems like you've checked everything.
...and just so we have it in writing, after you changed those gaskets, you found no other vacuum leaks, right?
Any code originates from a sensor detecting something's not right with whatever it is the sensor is monitoring.
When its not the exact thing that...
LOL! If we only knew, right?
I remember trying to do the books on a computer at a music store I spent a little time at.
This was the late 90's and...
Oh, ok, I see what you're saying now.
Seems like I only ever needed an 8mm (5/16") wrench to twist the bleeders, regardless whether they were...
The idea was to get 4 screws so they'd all match.
I don't know what else you're asking.
you should be able to get replacement bleeder screws at any parts store for pocket change.
Well! I never!......worked a parts counter, so maybe I spoke out of turn. ;)
...oops...looks like we touched a nerve....sorry Mr, Howard....
yeah, Ford part #'s in general are pretty bewildering.
That's cool. We're all allowed one....even if its the wrong one. ;)
AFAIK, QS is the only oil that did that.
It was the paraffin welding itself to...
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