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Old 06-29-2006, 02:16 PM
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Well gang, I started the old motor home (1976 Class C 26ft , Ford E350 with a 460 & C6 Auto) this year and discovered that I had a V7 instead a V8, lost number 1 cylinder.

Going to have Colorado Engine do an R & R with one of their engines.

Iíll let you all know how things go with them.
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That's a stinker! Have coolant in a cylinder or something? Sounds pretty dramatic.
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