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Old 01-11-2010, 06:13 PM
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Motorcraft 2150

Does anyone know the model number for a Motorcraft 2150 2-barrell off a 1982 Ford F-250 with a 302 motor and an automatic overdrive trans? The tag was removed by a previous owner and I am looking to get a rebuild kit and they need the number. Thanks
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Unfortunately due to the vast number of calibrations that were used over the years, you might not be able to get the exact tag back. However, a good parts guy should be able to get you close with the engine and vehicle information.
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There should be a four digit stamp on the base (number - letter - letter - letter).

The "D" and "F" are constant, and just add in your stamp to the following:

D_ _ F - _ _

For example, if your carb has "4THA" stamped on the base your part number is D4TF-HA. I don't know what the last two letters represent, but the first for can be decoded with this:

The first character indicates the decade of design:

A = 1940s (often omitted)
B = 1950s
C = 1960s
D = 1970s
E = 1980s
F = 1990s

The second character indicates the last digit of year of introduction or revision. The number remains the same until the part goes through a major revision. Example: All '87-'95 Mustang (exc. Cobra) cylinder heads have the same Service Part Number prefix (E7TE) aka Casting Number. Decipher the Date Code to indicate when the part was actually made.

The third character of the prefix indicates the product the part was originally designed for:

A = Ford (generic), Galaxie
B = Bronco (1970-73), Maverick (1975-77), Fairmont (1978-83)
C = Remanufactured parts (1966-75), Elite (1975), Capri (1979-up)
D = Falcon (1960-69), Maverick (1970-74), Granada (1975-82), LTD (1983-up)
E = Truck (Cab over Engine 1970-73), Pinto (1976-80), Escort (1981-up), Explorer
F = Outside (Foreign) sales, Trans Am Racing
G = Comet (1961-67), Montego (1968-76), EXP (1982-up)
H = Holman/Moody Hi-Po Parts, Heavy-duty truck (1966-82), Medium-duty truck (1983-up)
I = N/A
J = Industrial
K = Edsel (1958-60), Tilt-Cab Trucks (1970-73), Comet (1975-77), Zephyr (1978-83), Marquis (1983-up)
L = Lincoln
M = Mercury
N = Tractor
O = Fairlane, Torino (1969-76), LTD II (1977-79), LN7 (1982-83)
P = Autolite/Motorcraft
Q = N/A
R = Rotunda Brand (Generic), Ford of Europe (1970-up)
S = Thunderbird
T = Light-duty and Medium-duty truck (1966-82), Bronco (1966-82, except 1970-73), Light-duty truck and Bronco I (1983-up)
U = Econoline/Club Wagon Van
V = Continental (1961-81)
W = Cougar (1967-up, except 1981-82), XR7 (1981-82)
X = Trucks (short highway 1970-73)
Y = Meteor (Canada 1962-72), Bobcat (1975-80), Lynx (1981-up)
Z = Mustang
1 = N/A
2 = Pinto (1972-75)
3 = Tempo (1984-up)
4 = Comet (1971-74), Monarch (1975-80), Cougar (1981-82), Marquis (1983-up)
5 = Recreational Vehicles, Continental (1982-up)
6 = Pantera (1971-75), Topaz (1984-up)
7 = Courier (1971-82), Ranger/Bronco II (1983-up), Explorer (1991-up)
8 = Ford Capri (US designed parts, 1972-75)
9 = Turbine engine parts (1970-75)

The fourth character indicates the following Ford Design Engineering/Division Offices:

A = Light Truck Engineering
B = Body and Electrical
C = Chassis
D = Overseas Products
E = Engine
F = General Parts/Electrical and Electronics
G = N/A
H = Climate Control (1972-up)
I = N/A
J = Autolite/Ford Service Parts
K = N/A
L = Industrial Engine Service Parts
M = Special Vehicle Operations, Ford Racing Performance Parts, Holman/Moody
N = Tractor Parts, Diversified Products Operations
O = N/A
P = Automatic Transmissions
Q = N/A
R = Manual Transmissions
S = Light and Heavy Truck Special Order Parts
T = Heavy Truck Engineering
U = Special Vehicles Operations
V = Vehicle Special Ordering and Engineering Section
W = Axle and Driveshaft
X = Emissions, Economy and Special Vehicle Engineering (Muscle Car Parts)
Y = Lincoln/Mercury Service Parts
Z = Ford Service Parts
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