No, that's the engine name and it's displacement (LA 318 V8). An '87 dodge ram with a 318 V8 has 140hp.
5.2 liters is the 318 cubic inch V8
The sensor is right behind the thermostat housing.
Early LA 318 V8= 140hp Mid (Early Ram)LA 318 V8= 140-150hp Late (2nd Gen Ram)Magnum 318 V8= 220-230hp Early LA 360 V8= appox. 155hp Mid (Early Ram)LA 360 V8= 170-190hp Late Magnum (2nd Gen Ram)360 V8= 230hp
A Chrysler Corp. Engine. It's The LA Block, 318 cu. inch V8, usually a 5.2L and around 140hp-220hp, depending on the year/ modifications. 318 is the engines displacement. If you are looking for more info, check out allpar.com, and search '318 V8'
Most likely a 5.9L V8 (360 cu in).Could be a 5.2L (318)Most likely a 5.9L V8 (360 cu in).Could be a 5.2L (318)
The 1965 Plymouth Barracuda did not have a 318 V8. Engine options consisted of a 225 slant six with 145 hp, a 273 V8 with 180 hp and a 273 V8 with 235 hp. Chrysler did not build the 318 until 1967.
225 slant 6, 318 v8, and a 340 v8.
It is the little conecter next to the thermostat housing, (upper rad hose area)
Nope, it's a bulletproof V8, but the Chrysler Corp. did make a 3.9L V6 in the late 80's which was basically a 318 V8 with 2 cylinders chopped off.
Depends on the year and car it was installed in.