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View Poll Results: Shorty or long headers for 1992 swaped for 1995 5.0 302
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Old September 30th, 2012, 12:48 PM
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Not without busted knuckles. Lol. Pulling the trans would be easiest since the core support is out.



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You most likely need to remove the upper plenum to get to the top bell housing bolts. Another thing you might run into with the new vs. old motor is the IAT sensor. On the MAF (1995) truck, the IAT sensor is on the airbox, on your 1992 truck it's most likely on the lower intake manifold. You'll probably need to switch the lower intake manifold over for the IAT to function properly.Swapped the gear over to the older distributor would be the easiest route to correct the ICM location, and also make sure you hook your MAP sensor up to manifold vacuum. When you take pictures, take them of all the vacuum linesm and every sensor you can see.


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Top tranny bolts can be removed the easiest by removing the tranny tunnel hump on the floor, you'll need a long extension or small hands then you can get access to the top two bolts.
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Oh yea, I forgot, he has an E40D, not an AOD. The AOD is removed much easier (more room).


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Yea, I have to remove the tunnel hump everytime in the bronco to get access to the top two and middle two bolts, everything is a cake walk once it's removed.

Should be 5/16" hex head bolts, the long extension you'll need for the tranny bolts.

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okay we will try that, here are those pics too.

If any other pics would be helpful let me know.

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Yea, you are gonna have to swap the lower intake manifold off of the old engine, I don't see an IAT of the lower intake. You need it to be in the right spot so the computer knows what temperature the air coming in is. It SHOULD be in between the front 2 injectors on the driver side, you can kinda see it in this pic:


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Just got everything disconnected, except the fuel lines. My pops ran to store to see if they have that special tool. Removing the tunnel hump to get to those tranny bolt was a piece of cake, thanks big blue.

Booba now I'm looking into IAT sensor problem. I will let you know how that goes.

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Do the distributors look the same on the 2 engine? Do they both have just a few wires coming out with a round plug? If the old distributor has a plastic ignition control module on it with a rectangular plug, you'll have to swap the new drive gear onto your old distributor and use your old distributor.


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If your old one looks like this, then you'll need to swap the gears and use you're old one:


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