1988 Ford F-150 engine interchangeablity

Asked by Feb 23, 2012 at 07:35 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Car Customization

Does anyone know if a 1988 F-350 351 engine interchange with a 1988 F-150 5.0 engine.  I thing my 5.0 engine blow up.  Please advise.
Jhn

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165

yes should bolt right up.... just check the starter/flywheel space.

55

If its the 315w it with but the 351 modified wont its a different bell housing and exhaust manifold.

165

a c6 trany will blot up to any 351 w.or m

165

oops bolt ...

55

a 88 ford should have the aod trany in that case the 351 w will go right is. It uses the same bell housing and exhaust. But I bet its the modified and in that case your screwed.

65

if the 351 is an 88 then its a windsor. they no longer had the 351m in 88.

55

I have a 89 with a modified in it factory.

65

fuel injected also? modifieds were put in til mid 82 models til all used up. then replaced by 351w with 2 barrel carb. or 351HO with 4 barrel. then they went to fuel injection in 87.

70

I believe in 88 the C6 auto was more common - no OD range.

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