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I asked a question, got a notification that it was answered. Looked at the answer, went to leave a comment, and it said page was not found. Its not even listed under my questions that Ive asked. So I reposted it, hoping the person that answered it before sees it again
Here is your posting history. If you asked a question and someone answered it, it should be there unless it was flagged, but that sounds unlikely.
If you answered a question and it disappeared, that is because the OP deleted it, and that happens a lot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Provided you don't get stuck with the Twitter Is Over Capacity Whale
that I've been seeing lately, there are two ways to ask questions of
people directly, 'private' and
I hope that helps.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2010
Here are some tips:
1. Locate the casting numbers on the block. This can be either behind the distributor on the engine, or near the starter. If you have to, use the wire brush and degreaser to clean the engine and see the number easier.
2. Note the first letter in the casting number. It's a letter to designate the year of manufacture of the part.
B - 1950s
C - 1960s
D - 1970s
E - 1980s
3. Note the second number in the casting number. This is for the last digit in the year. For example, a casting number starting with B8 was manufactured in 1958.
4. Note the third letter in the casting number. This is the model design of the vehicle.
A - Generic full-size ford
C - 1966 to 1975 Remanufactured part
D - Ford Falcon
E - Ford truck
F - Foreign market or Trans Am racing engine
G - '61 to '67 Comet or '68 to '76 Montego
H - '66 to '82 heavy truck or Holman Moody high performance parts
J - Industrial Ford model
L - Lincoln
M - Mercury
O - '67 to '76 Ford Torino and all Ford Fairlane
S - Ford Thunderbird
T - Truck
U - Econoline van
V - Lincoln
W - Mercury Cougar
Y - '62 to '72 Meteor (Canada model) and '75 to '81 Bobcat
Z - Mustang
6 - Pantera
5. Note the fourth letter in the casting number. If you're looking at a complete engine, it should be an "E."
6. Note the next four digits in the casting number, generally after a hyphen or space. This is the generic part number for the engine. This number should be between 6000 and 6898 for an engine base assembly.
7. Note the last letter in the number. This is the engineering version of the part, or the design change.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
most of the time the customer gets an email notification about a possible solution to there question. unsure as to the problem you are having
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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