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Old 10-27-2004, 11:45 AM
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Question 2.3L dual spark plug 4 banger engines

Hey I have a 93 mustang that had a engine swap from original engine to a 92 ford ranger.
I'am rebuilding the engine and could use some pointers on the process of installing the timing sprokets an how they line up. I have a manual on the engine but it's not real clear to me.

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Go to the Ranger & B-Series board & click on the Tech. Info. sticky. There's a pdf on the timing belt system with fairly clear diagrams. This should get you through.
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Smile 4 banger timing

Hey thanks for the info !
I know an ol boy heer in town that him an his son race a stock car 4 cyl class with a mustang.
I forgot he is very knoledgable with them little 2.3 engines. He told me all kinds of things to make mine run like a scalded APE !
But my 16 yr old son doesnt need a hot rod yet!
I will have to look over the 2.3L info on the site,, it may be of help as I finish up my overhaul. I hope to have this gas miser goin heer next day or so.
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