Not everyone knows what Ford part numbers look like, or how to research them etc. I know from looking at it the block was made in 1997 or not long after. It could have been in most 4.6 applications beginning in 1997. That doesn't really help to know enough, to sell it fairly. But it seems it may be a common short block, that's about all I could tell.I googled this information for you 22 hours ago and told you it was an early 2000’s 4.6 L short block. Why are you asking again and not doing your diligence?
I googled this information for you 22 hours ago and told you it was an early 2000’s 4.6 L short block. Why are you asking again and not doing your diligence?
Well you knew enough that it was a Ford-based engine or you wouldn’t be here. All you had to do was enter in those letters and numbers with “Ford” in the search just as I did. I don’t know sh%t about sh%t but I can google.I’m sorry that post response may not been for myself on my engine either way I mean completely honest respect for the skills and knowledge of you all !
A.) Not being a dick. I could be if I wanted, but I'm not.I think she just accidentally double posted given these are both from the same day in the same forum.
I don't see anything majorly wrong with her writing? Don't be a dick.
Have you considered she knew the type of car her husband owned and most likely what the parts went to? This is kind of one of the more popular ones for a certain model if one were to google search...