Engine replacement instructions please?

Tiny
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Set it up the same way you old engine was. Basically you are making the 93 engine a 90.
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Tiny
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Thanks a bunch.
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Tiny
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Happy to help. If you can, let me know how things are working out for you.

Take care,
Joe
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Tiny
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Thanks for the help.
Runs like a champ.
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Tiny
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Excellent. Good job and you are very welcome. Let us know if you have questions in the future.

Take care and have a good weekend.

Joe
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  • 1991 FORD F-150
  • 5.0L
  • V8
  • 4WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 200,000 MILES
I own the truck listed above It doesn't run. The guy that gave it to me says that he had a buddy of his replace the head gaskets some time ago. Afterwards, he started it, heard a loud noise, and didn't try to start it again. He inspected it and noticed a bolt or screw missing from its place where the guy was working. Assuming he dropped said bolt or screw down into one of the shafts or pistons he gave up. My question is, what is the most affordable route to take to get this truck running again? How can I tell if that was the case and is there away to retrieve/remove bolt or screw? Or should I replace the entire engine? 1991 Ford F150 302 5.0 Motor. Thank you, everyone for your insight and wisdom. Fix or Replace Engine? Joel
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Tiny
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Hello,

Assuming that this is really what happened, you should be able to retrieve the bolt through the spark plug hole of the cylinder in question with an extendable magnet. Then you will need to do a compression test on the engine to see if there was any damage done by the bolt. Here is a link below explaining how to do one:

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-test-engine-compression

Please report back with how everything turns out.

Thanks,
Alex
2CarPros
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Tiny
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Hey guys, truck started right up and ran fine. But drove a little it backfired now won't start.
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Tiny
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Was it through the exhaust or intake?

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/engine-backfires-while-running

Also, are you still getting spark and fuel to the engine?

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-check-fuel-system-pressure-and-regulator

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-test-an-ignition-system

Let me know.
Joe
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Tiny
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All great on Ford.
Need to know if transmission out of 1997 Tahoe will interchange 1994 1500.
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Tiny
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That's good news! As far as the transmission, I hate to ask this, but I need you to start a new thread. We try to keep them to specific topics so it can be helpful to others. I hope you understand. I will keep my eyes open for your post.

Take care and again, sorry to ask this of you.

Joe
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Tiny
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No problem you guys are great.
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Tiny
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Thanks!

Joe
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  • 1987 FORD F-150
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1987 Ford F150 straight 6 blown engine so I bought a 1995 Ford F150 straight 6 for the engine. Mine was a automatic the new engine was a stick shift. What do I need to make the new engine connect with the new engine block? Please help
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Tiny
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Good morning,

When you remove the donor engine, you will need to remove the clutch and flywheel. Then the pilot bushing inside the crank has to be removed as well. Then you can bolt up the automatic flywheel from your engine to the donor motor.

Roy
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