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Old 03-05-2013, 10:13 AM
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replacement engine

Hi Bill, i have not been able to sell my truck and the band would really like to have use of it again so have decided to replace the engine. i have busted push rods for sure and may have too much damage to rebuild this one. so my question is where can i get a replacement? my VIN: C70EVS15579, also what other engine would be appropriate, and could i go with an automatic transmission without changing rearend. thank You.
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Bill, I have an 83 F700, 370 five speed, two speed rear. The hydromax monitor module failed. The part number is E1th-2co12-aa. I found a similar item on ebay, part number E0HZ-2C012-A. Will they interchange?
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Bill, I have an 83 F700, 370 five speed, two speed rear. The hydromax monitor module failed. The ID number is E1TH-2C012-AA.

I found a similar item on ebay, part number E0HZ-2C012-A
Marked with ID engineering number: E1TH-2C012-AA = original Ford part number: EOHZ-2C012-A replaced by: E8HZ-2C012-A .. Monitor Assy / Available from Ford

MSRP: $173.63 / FTE Ford Dealer Parts Dept sponsor tousleyfordparts.com price: $ Discount price not listed, it should be about $114.60.
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Thanks Bill, I makes me feel better that Im not taking a shot in the dark with that!
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Hi Bill, i have not been able to sell my truck and the band would really like to have use of it again so have decided to replace the engine. i have busted push rods for sure and may have too much damage to rebuild this one. so my question is where can i get a replacement? my VIN: C70EVS15579, also what other engine would be appropriate, and could i go with an automatic transmission without changing rearend. thank You.
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thank You Bill. i'll give them a call monday, or the mechanic will.
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Ok Bill,,, here is the new addition to the fleet

F60362231

The drivers door was swapped out with one from an F100,,, to bad, cuz the pass. door has the customcab surround.

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p.s. in re. to driveshaft,,,was able to get the coupler shaft straightened, problem solved!
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Hello, Here is my vin-C60Z6H25626 (here is a link to the decoded vin--- http://www.vinwiz.com/1953-1960fordt...in=C60Z6H25626)

I am looking for a U-bolt strap kit for the rear transaxle. The guys I bought the truck off of disconnected the driveshaft and threw them away. I also need a gas pedal, and the connection from the carb to the oil bath air cleaner. Thank you very much!

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oh thanks for this offer. You are really very talented and one of the best member to providing the info about the all type of parts.I should contact with you whenever i have any problem about the parts and their codes.
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Ok Bill, here is the new addition to the fleet: F60362231
VIN contains 11 digits, it's missing the engine (4th digit) and assembly plant (5th digit) codes.

F60 = F600.

Engine?

Assembly Plant?

362231 = 1963, assembled December 1962.
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VIN contains 11 digits, it's missing the engine (4th digit) and assembly plant (5th digit) codes.

F60 = F600.

Engine?

Assembly Plant?

362231 = 1963, assembled December 1962.
Rut-ro,,, better go find it on the truck, that is what is on the pink,,,
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Mid 1990 big truck parts

Bill,

New guy here (lurked for a long time) .... I have a 1995 F800 rollback. 5.9 Cummins, auto trans. You appear to be a main source of info, so ............

I cannot find any Ford parts folks that will even begin to look up even simple components - I am sure, because of the age. I know there must be some availability - not tool long ago I redid a 64 C1000 with the help of a Ford parts guy here in town. Managed to locate all kinds of stuff - rubber, filters, etc. He is gone, no joy with anybody even attempting to locate parts.

After pretty simple stuff for the F800 - original rubber floor mat, break pedal rubber pad, fuse block - simple stuff.

Any suggestions as to what dealer/parts guy will take the few extra minutes to at least try?

My vin: 1FDNF82C2SVA82440

Thanks for any ideas as to who I might try.

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This one might throw you through a loop. I just bought what I know is a 1969 F-100. The VIN on the door is incorrect but the title also has that VIN. Its Production numbers would put it as a '67 f100 but the title states the '67 VIN and then states it as a 1969 (I will have to figure out what went wrong there). The frame VIN on the other hand... this is where it is a little confusing so I am just going to give you the frame VIN. I do believe this one to be correct, but the production number would put it in a void between '68 numbers and '69 numbers.

F10YKD83640

Good luck! Hope you can figure it out for me.
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This one might throw you through a loop. I just bought what I know is a 1969 F-100. The VIN on the door is incorrect but the title also has that VIN.

Its Production numbers would put it as a '67 f100 but the title states the '67 VIN and then states it as a 1969 (I will have to figure out what went wrong there).

The frame VIN on the other hand... this is where it is a little confusing so I am just going to give you the frame VIN. I do believe this one to be correct, but the production number would put it in a void between '68 numbers and '69 numbers.

F10YKD83640

Good luck! Hope you can figure it out for me.
F10 = F100 2WD

Y = 360 2V

K = Kansas City MO Assembly Plant.

D83640 = 1969.

1969 Serial Number Range: D82,001-G90,000.

1968 Serial Number Range: C00,001-D82,000.

1967 Serial Number Range: A00,001-B82,000.
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This one should be fairly simple, the truck is a '72 F-600 dump truck: F60CVP21549
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