Having problems with your 1987 Ford F 150 ?

Is this the same order as a 1988 model f 150 6 cylinder?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 06-07-2020

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Same firing order, you mean? Yep, same one, that old 300 straight six survived a lot of years and modifications. When Ford finally got it right, then they quit using it, sometime in the '90's.
The best 6 cylinder engine from American car makers was the old 256 cu. in. International engine. AMC (American Motors Corp.) put it in cars in the '70's, best known perhaps, is the Eagle station wagon 4WD had this engine all during the '80's. When Chrysler bought up AMC and Jeep, they took this 256 and modified it over and over, and morphed it into the 4.0 L engine (now at 242 c.i.) found in Jeeps from about '88, and all during the '90's. While good and sturdy, it took Chrysler until 1996 before they had the good smooth idle that made the 256 stand out. I'm no expert on this, just very opinionated !
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