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Old 08-30-2013, 03:05 AM
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water inlet on intake manifold & other question

hey I am rebuilding the engine. I bought a intake manifold that didn't have a water inlet that was 90 degree and I was wondering where I can get one.

And I cant find where I put the temperature sensor.


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^ need Alittle more information or description are you talking about one of the 90* water outlets sort of ball shaped with a round outlet to the side that connects to one of the radiator hoses and thermostat gets put in right under it. or one of the heater core/ intake heater line 90* fittings
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Over the years replace the thermostat water outlet on both the 390, and the 302 thru local Napa auto parts store. IMO the after market variety; especially the type that use the 'O' ring as opposed to gasket, are problematic so I prefer OEM.
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Most I can gleen from his profile is that it is probably a 65. Beyond that I didn't see much else. Leaves a lot of engine options to ponder.
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hey I am rebuilding the engine. I bought a FE intake manifold that didn't have a water inlet (thermostat housing) that was 90 degree and I was wondering where I can get one.

And I can't find where I put the temperature sensor.
What year/vehicle is the (I assume) FE intake manifold from? There are two different sized FE thermostats and housings. You have to match both to the intake manifold.

FE: Water temp sensor located at left (drivers) side rear of intake manifold.
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What year/vehicle is the (I assume) FE intake manifold from? There are two different sized FE thermostats and housings. You have to match both to the intake manifold.

FE: Water temp sensor located at left (drivers) side rear of intake manifold.
Hey Bill most FE intakes that I have seen the temp sensor is infront of the carb on the drivers side. At least on the early FEs I have experienced. I have not seen one on the back of the intake please educate me on those.
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