The 1991—1995 Police Package , 1991—1994 and 1995 had a high-output version of the 3. Go to the normal spot for a pcv valve passenger side valve cover near the firewall There will be a hose connected there, follow that hose to where it connects at the other end. That is the pcv valve. If you go to your parts store they will tell you the 02 F-150 doesn't have one. In fact, one of the only major differences between the two engines early on was Ford's use of aluminum heads as opposed to the cast-iron ones used in the original Buick design. Pull up on it, and move it to the side.
Prior to problem, truck was sitting for about 3 weeks. The bore and stroke, however, work out to 3. The Mustang version of the 3. A version of the 3. There is a little half-globe shaped metal housing called the thermostat housing. I doubt if a 2002 Ford F-150 has a coil.
Thanks for the tip on the carb cleaner; I was a bit concerned that I messed up after reading some other blogs. Remove th … em, and pull off the housing, and you will find the thermostat. Yes, I learned that today! Went by AutoZone to have them hook their code reader up cause I was concerned that the reader I was using was an older model that wasn't updated. It initially had a 2-barrel. On my 2002 F-150 4. They are black and round and about an inch in diameter.
With that when we checked under the hood for wiring issues we saw immediately I hate this part! Ford ended production of the 4. The quickest and least expensive approach in accomplishing this was to copy an existing engine from a competitor, which ended up being the Buick V6 from General Motors. Remove the bolt that holds the coil to the intake. It was installed in a running change on later production 2004 Mustangs starting October 7, 2003 , though overall engine output was identical. The engine was initially offered in only a 3. The lower-intake manifold had a bad reputation for cracking at relatively low miles. Have ran Seafoam through the vacuum system and added some to the gas.
Within this housing is the thermostat. Detach the electrical connector from the coil. Both of the above answers are correct, it's just two answers incomplete. For future record do not use carb cleaner on the throttle body it is teflon coated and that will remove the coating and it will start to stick use throttle body cleaner ok. Bore and stroke was 96.
Boy, did I feel stupid! It used the same 96. It also read P1504 as well as P1507. The thermostat can be found by following the top radiator hose to where it goes into the block. . These included issuing all 1997-1998 engines made at the Essex Canadian plant with a bad front cover gasket. Ford's resulting V6 was very similar to that of the original Buick engine — down to an unusual external oil pump design that was common in Buick engines and without precedent in modern Fords — and had a nearly identical displacement. Let me know how this works.
Replace the fuel rail and tighten its retaining bolts. Correction: 02 F150 has individual coil over each spark plug for a total of either 6 or 8 depending on number of cylinde … rs. A nine-digit serial number appears on a label on the right side front valve cover. Sprayed some carb cleaner into the throtte body and truck finally idles although low and it still needed help starting. Anyhow, temp fixed the wiring on the connector tonight; the truck started right up, idles fine, etc.
This will help you gain access to the coil packs. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I don't know how I managed to skip this step in the first place since I've been in maint all my life. You have to go to the dealer. Remove the retaining bolts that hold the fuel rail. Push the coil onto the spark plug until you feel it snap into place.
It also served as a new and improved base engine for 2005+ F-150 regular-cab. It also appears on a barcode label on the transmission side of the right side head. Pull the coil from the plug, using a twisting … motion. As you know P1504 is a Idle control valve malfunction. The Essex and the smaller were the last traditional overhead valve engines built by Ford.
Ford marketing information says that the bore is 3. The engine's final recipient, 2008 F-150, was only available with V8 engines starting with the 2009 model year until the 2011 model year, when the 3. To accomplish this, the engine's M90 was given a larger, square-style inlet, a larger attaching inlet plenum, and coated rotors. That an animal mouse, rat? Unlike the , the Canadian Essex used a 90° Vee configuration, in addition to having different displacements and valvetrains. Initial output of the 4. One end is in the valve cover to suck air from crankcase, where valve is the other end by throttle body for vacuum source.