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Subject: Re: Ford 1500 engine

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Date Posted: 23:45:23 14/07/2013 Sun
In reply to: Roger 's message, "Ford 1500 engine" on 18:58:20 18/06/2013 Tue

Hi roger

Not sure on the plugs for your engine but if it's running hot I would look at the impellor first to check if all the blades are still intact, if alls is ok there then it may be a strip down of the head to clear the silt from the engine block.


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Re: Ford 1500 engineMike Thompson10:33:46 15/07/2013 Mon

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