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Cylinder Head casting number

Posted on 2016-09-05
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Do the cylinder heads are same in all 5.4 expeditions or they are different? I dont know if the one I bought it will fit my 2000 ford expedition 5.4 4WD XLT. It came out from 5.4 expedition.

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by:John Hurst
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The part number is on the casting. There is a good chance it will fit, but you need to look at the part number on your existing casting and see if they are the same or only have a minor difference.

The link I put in your other question suggests a lot of commonality.
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Where this number is exactly located in the vehicle?
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The part number is on the head casting . You may need to use a mirror to see underneath
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Just as an aside, and not to hijack the thread, my 2007 Volvo Wagon needs an emission control part that has failed. Dealer ordered the part directly from the Volvo parts cross reference. We go up. Wrong part and now we are waiting for the correct part.

You really need to know what part number the existing casting has and then let's go from there.
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I looked around but can't find it. Is there any picture or video available online? It will be really a pain if it dont fit. Junkyard and machine shop charges cost me around 300 bucks. The whole one week paycheck is sink inside of it.
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You might ask your friendly Ford dealer or your local parts dealer if they can cross reference your vehicle to a head number part.

You might search through here to start.

http://www.fordparts.com/landing/motorcraft.aspx
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Thank You.
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You are very welcome and I do give you my best wishes for sorting this out so you know you have the correct part.
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This is i found it. The numbers on the one i bought it is long.

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