a much better than the last person who ed is to jack the engine up with an ENGINE HOIST!!!! then you can remove the pan and wiggle it out. Ignore all of that sandblast mess, when you take the pan off, just take some light sandpaper and sand on the area where the gasket sits to smooth it all out and that's that.
If you want to paint your oil pan, buy a 5 dollar can of engine enamel of your color to give it that smooth clearcoat like color/finish and that's it.
Whatever the last guy said was making it harder by tell you to jack the engine up from the bottom which can only be done from the pan!!!!
*actually it can be done from the bottom if you jack up the engine by the crank pulley/balancer
231 bhp. and 300 for the 5.4L F150
It has a timing chain.
where is the spout control on a 1992 ford f150 300 6 cyl
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I believe the 2004 is rated at 300 horsepower
Yes, the 300 six cylinder was always basically the same. The newer motor will have fuel injection. You have to swap that or change out all the wiring.
You have a leaking gasket around water pump. Just replace gasket it will solve problem
The 1975 Ford F150 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 has electronic ignition , it doesn't have points
I would say around 300 dollars..
I have a 92 ford f150 with the 300 ci motor and I'm getting 12 miles per gallon in the AZ desert, I idle a fair amount to cool off the cab. hope this helps.
( .044 inch ) - for the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine in a 1989 Ford truck
You should be getting 10-15 mpg depending how you drive it
If you have to change one side, you might as well change the two. Its about 12 hours labor, plus a valve job at around 200 to 300. bucks per side, as long as there are no parts to replace, plus you will need a gasket set. It all depends on where you pay your labor, friends are the best bet.
1987 Ford Truck F150 1/2 ton P/U 2WD 4.9L FI 6cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)
The 5.4 L with the 3 valve cylinder heads has 300 horse power
Your 4.9 L - straight six cylinder is 300 cubic inches , if that's what you are asking ?
i have a whole new tune up in motor 37.000 miles on motor
The last model year for the 4.9 liter / 300 cubic inch straight 6 cylinder engine in the Ford F-150 was ( 1996 )
The Ford 4.9 liter ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder doesn't use a timing chain or timing belt , it has a gear on the end of the crankshaft that meshes with a gear on the end of the camshaft
# 1 cylinder on your 300 cubic inch ( 4.9 L ) straight 6 is the FRONT CYLINDER