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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-02-13, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Have a 5.0 2wd did a engine swap.
Now have a skip.
New plugs- wires - coil packs
Did compression test all is good.
I am thinking that it could be where the wire harness plugs into the comp on the fire wall a few of the pins got bent. But looks to be ok after working on them to get them in line. Changed the cam sensor was told had to take truck to ford to re program.
Have spark on all 8
All injectors are working.


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Are you getting any codes?

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Have not got any codes. Maybe because I have not ran it long or started it many times.

This thing has been a nightmare have had 4 other guys look at and we just are lost now


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Where did the 5.0 come from?

Ever notice that there's so many high performance parts available for GM products?

Did you ever think that maybe they NEED them?
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I got it from a salvage yard had to put my intake and other bolt ons on it. When I started it it had a knock and a skip. Next step was a tear down and new rod and crank bearings
Took the heads and had them reworked
New chain and gears so the engine is new.


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This is why you never try and take the cheap way out. Should have just got a new long block


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I guess no one can help


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Double check timing set up o.k .
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Did that yesterday


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Sorry, what I was referring to was what vehicle did the 5.0 come out of? Some of Ford's 5.0's had different firing orders.

Ever notice that there's so many high performance parts available for GM products?

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