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1997 Ford Explorer 302 Engine Diagram Description1997 ford explorer 302 engine diagram
as i was driving at 65 mph on the interstate i heard a rattling noise then a bang sparks flew out from the side and the engine noise increased greatly no tire or dust shield the explorer is if it s an h o engine mustang thunderbird or lincoln mark vii it is 1 3 7 2 6 5 4 8 the same as a 351w all other 302 v8 s are1 5 4 2 6 3 7 8 the firing order is listed o n the intake. 1997 ford explorer 302 engine diagram
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This schematic diagram serves to provide an understanding of the functions and workings of an installation in detail, describing the equipment / installation parts (in symbol form) and the connections.1997 Ford Explorer 302 Engine Diagram
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