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- ENGINE - 4.6L - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ROMEO AND WINDSOR BUILT ENGINES - SERVICE TIP
| Publication Date: APRIL 8, 1996 |
| 1996 CROWN VICTORIA |
| 1996 GRAND MARQUIS |
| 1997 F-150 |
This TSB article is being republished in its entirety to include F-150 vehicles and revise the Engine Identification text.
The Windsor Engine Plant, along with the Romeo Engine Plant, is producing a 4.6L 2V engine for some vehicles. There are several differences between the Windsor 4.6L 2V engine and the Romeo 4.6L 2V engine and many parts are not interchangeable.
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