Will ford 460 cylinder heads fit on a ford 428 engine block?
No, the 428 is an FE series motor, the 460 is a 385 series. They are different engine families.
When you say cylinder, you're talking about the space where the piston is. The cylinder is but one of four or six or eight in an engine block. You can't change one cylinder as it is part of the block. You would have to change the entire block or bore each cylinder to specifications equal to each for the engine to run proficiently.
On a 1991 Ford Tempo should there be a plug on the back of the block near the cylinder that contains the engine coolant for that cylinder?
On a Ford 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine ( Over Head Valve / pushrod design ) There are ( 3 ) on each side of the engine block ( I assume there is 1 or 2 on the rear of the engine block , where the transmission bolts to the engine ) I believe that each cylinder head has 1 on the front and 1 on the rear )
First of all there is no such thing as a "wide block" 318. Chrysler corp made an "A block" engine that used poly-spherical combustion chamber heads and then made the "LA (late A) engine using wedge heads. The blocks are near identical and have the same dimensions. Ill-informed persons may have confused the Ford designation "Y Block" with poly head coming up with the misnomer WIDE BLOCK
What is the difference between a Ford Explorer 4.0L OHV V6 and a Ford Explorer 4.0L SOHC V6 and which one is better?
I have a 1995 Ford Explorer : It has the 4.0 liter Over Head Valve / pushrod design VIN " X " engine It has cast iron cylinder heads and uses ( 1 ) timing chain The best word that I have heard to describe that engine is " gruff " but I like it . Although , depending on model year of Ford Explorer it is rated at 45 to 50 horsepower LESS…
on the passenger side there is 3 on the bottom, same on the right side, there is one below the power steering pump on the block, there is one behind the A.C. Compressor, there is one or maybe two in the back. They are all over the engine block and cylinder heads. There are 2 or 3 running up each side of the block, there is one in the back, accessed by removing the transmission…