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2.3 engine schematic

Where can I find an engine schematic for the 2.3? It's an upper 80's model, not sure exactly. I'm in the process of tearing down one that was in a fire. All of the ignition and fuel system parts are melted and unrecognizable, along with all of the rubber hoses and such on the whole engine. I need to know what's supposed to go back on the engine!

Anyone have tips as to what I should look out for here?


1991 F-350 Lariet, CC, LB, SRW, 7.3 Banks turbo, 3.5" exhaust, E4OD, 4.10LS rear.
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