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#1 caneyefordit

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 11:26 PM

Well I uploaded a few photos to my media. Hope Ive done things right. (new here) Any way I had a bit of rough idling followed by some intermittent rattling then some constant rattling along with the give me some oil light to finally I will tick over and cut out when I want. Sooo It was on for the chop and see wot I could see. Check out my media and you will see the pics of my not running mondy. Personally I think an engine replacement would be best and then maybe play about with the old 1.


http://www.fordowner...llery/media/349
http://www.fordowner...llery/media/348
http://www.fordowner...llery/media/347
http://www.fordowner...llery/media/346
http://www.fordowner...llery/media/345
http://www.fordowner...a/349/from/club

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#2 caneyefordit

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 04:09 PM

Any help where uploading photos would be appreciated. I'm not sure how to do things on this site or if I'm doing it correctly.
Cheers
John

#3 jeebowhite

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 01:31 PM

Replacement engine is a must at this point, that is well and truely rotten to the core! how on earth that happened is anyones guess, but I wouldnt even waste your time with this block, sell it to the scrappy for a tenner, and put it towards a used engine block that stands a chance.

Even if you put it together again, it will cost you more than a replacement engine from a donor vehicle...

#4 Stoney871

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 01:48 PM

That block is well and truly scragged.
Looks like you had a fire in it or something.


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