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I believe that is 10 degrees BTDC
There are different ways. One is that the 351w fuel pump bolts to the timing cover,the 351c bolts to the engine block. Water flows through the 351w intake manifold and does not on the 351c. The 351w has inline valves and the 351c has canted valves. The 351w has squared intake ports and the 351c has huge round ports. Hope this helps some.
Sounds like the timing is off or you have a bad distributor.
need to know about the procedure for base timing on ef ford thank you
10 degrees BTDC ( unless the engine compartment decal shows different )
6 degrees BTDC
The simple difference between the 302 and 351w is simply deck height. The 351w is taller. They share a majority of interchanging components. Both the 302 and the 351w have a water cooled intake meaning a water bypass hose between the water pump and intake. The 351m would have an aircooled intake meaning no bypass hose. Also the head design of a 351m would make the engine look a lot larger (wider) than the 302/351w
I believe that it is a non-interference engine which is good for you. This is a complicated procedure, so I would start by getting the manual for your car, then a friend who has a timing gun , and who has set a car's timing before.
Anything ispossible I ones swap a 351W to a Strait 6 Cyl.
www.motorcraft.com shows the ignition timing for a 1986 F150 351 - W code - as 10 degrees BTDC ( information on the underhood sticker overrides ) with automatic transmission ( manual transmission setting is not shown )
You will need a timing light, set it at 10 degrees BTD
the timing on all the 4.0l (242 cid) engines are set and only adjustable through the computer sensors (map sensor). It is not physically adjustable. So there is no procedure for you to adjust it.
No, the 351m has a big block bolt pattern, and the 351w has a small block pattern, this caused some what of a problem for me seeing as I had 5 spd tranny off a 351w that I wanted to put on my 351m.
Hello: I am doing a overhaul on my 2002 Mitsubishi Galant. I inadvertently moved the crankcase while trying to remove the small timing belt while the larger timing belt was off. Knowing that, I would like to know is there a procedure to follow to correct this?
An F150 has to have proper timing or the engine could lose power, or not run at all. Follow the specific procedure for your exact engine to check the timing.
ignition timing is electronic. follow the procedure in the repair manual for installing the distributor. Jeep does not have a base timing position.
Changing the timing belt is a very complicated and detailed procedure, with hundreds of steps. Installation instructions can be obtained when you purchase the timing belt.
The timing is nonadjustable. Try changing the plugs and wires. Also you may have the new belt mis-aligned by one or two teeth!! The car will run but have a rough idle. Buy a Service Manual for the alignment procedure.
it depends. is it a chained-like timing belt or a continuous piece of fabric-like timing belt?
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this one i know thru experience,and a long time to figure it out. but yes a 302 cam will work in a 351.but, u will need to time the engine to 302 timing specs, not to 351 timing specs the same applies if you put 351 cam in a 302