FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE BLOCK NUMBER IS C2DE 6015 BA, THE FIRST DIGET 'C' MEANS THE YEAR, SIXTY'S C= 60'S D=70'S E=80'S SECOND DIGET IS THE YEAR, IN THIS CASE IT WOULD BE A 1962! THE 6015 IS A NUMBER THAT Ford USES! THE OTHER NUMBERS I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY MEAN, SO SOMEONE HELP ME OUT!!! THANKS; REGGIE B. The first digit is the decade, the second is the year, the third is the car line, the fourth tells you what system the part is for. E is an engine part, B is a body part, F is a fuel system part, etc.. with all factory replacement parts having a Z as the fourth digit. 6015 is what's called the group number. This means that it is some kind of an engine block. 9510 is a carb, 9425 is an intake manifold, etc... and the last one or two digits tell you how many times the original design of the part has been changed. The number given as an example is not an actual casting number that Ford used, since they didn't start using double digit design level change designations until the 70s, but, if it were a real number, it would be telling you that this is the first change of the second design of an engine block that was originally designed for use in a 1962 Falcon.
how can you decode an engine number?
I'll sell you my all-original 3.3 liter engine out of a 1966 mustang for $750 If it's original it will be worth more. A larger motor will be in the thousands
Will a 1998 3.8 mustang engine fit in a 2000 Mustang 3.8 engine?
Hi, I found a great forum that helps out. http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums/showthread.php?t=665446&referrerid=74549 Also:
It's next to impossible to tell if the engine is the original one for a classic mustang..Mustangs built before 1968 do not have the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) stamped into the engine block. The one exception is that all "K Code" Mustangs with the 298 High Performance (Hi-Po) package had the Vehicle ID stamped into the block as a theft deterant..However, things like later model date coded parts on an early mustang are a good sign of major repairs or of a possibly changed engine. If one sees "C7" coded parts (1967) on a 1964 1/2 vehicle it's not safe to assume the engine is "original"MoreYou can also check some of the cast items on the car for their casting date. You can compare the casting date to the build date of the car (on the warrentte plate). If your engine block or heads are the correct year, but were cast after the build date of the car you are fairly sure it is not original.
The 2006 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The Ford Mustang GT has a V8 engine, while the Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2007 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2003 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2002 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2013 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2004 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2010 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2001 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2014 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2011 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2005 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2008 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2012 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
The 2009 Ford Mustang has a V6 engine.
no , a V6 - 6 cylinder engine ( V8 engine in the Mustang GT )
Mustang Gt's have a V8 engine
The starter on a 1965 classic mustang is located on the passenger side of the engine at the rear. You should be able to follow the red battery cable to the starter solenoid (relay) and then down to the starter ::AverageJoeResto.com::
What Chevy engine block has the castin I mean casting number 397004