Ford Mustang Service Manual: Engine - Mach I 4.6L (4V)

General Specifications

Engine Specifications


Engine Specifications




a - Newly Installed-Refers to the condition of the


a - Newly Installed-Refers to the condition of the "NEW" drive belt before the engine has made no more than one rotation and before the belt has had a chance to stretch or seat into the pulley grooves.

c - P=Primary, S=Secondary, E=Exhaust.

d - Time necessary for plunger to leak down 1.6 mm of travel with 222 N force and leak down fluid in tappet.

e - Distance front edge of bearing is installed below front face of cylinder block.

f  - 0.050 Undersize-add 0.025 to standard thickness.

g - Pin bore and crank bearing bore must be parallel and in same vertical plane within the specified total difference when measured at the ends of a 203 mm bar, 101.5 mm on each side of rod centerline.

h - Cylinder Bore Diameter

Red-90.200-90.213

Blue-90.213-90.226

Yellow-90.226-90.239

i - Measured at 42 mm from piston dome, at 90 degrees to the piston pin.

j - Piston pin outer diameter is larger than piston pin bore, providing a possible interference fit.

k -Specification in 90.200 mm diameter gauge.

l  -With installation of a new filter.

Drive Belt Tension

a -


a - "Fixed" refers to systems with manually-adjusted centers which are bolted in place and considered fixed.

Torque Specifications


a - Refer to the procedure.


a - Refer to the procedure.

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