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Old 02-05-2003, 04:57 PM
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I have a Ford 300 6 cyl. from junk pile.
To order parts it would help if I knew a little more about engine. On the front timing cover is a stick on bar code tag with the following.
Big letters left side O6
On the right side all the following
2K265AA
5 6 86
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Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Their should be a casting number on the passenger side of the block with a letter C, D, E or F then a number 1-9 then a T then the letter E and then another set of numbers. If you can get them I can tell you exactly what year it is.
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[quote]Originally posted by onebadmerc:
<strong>Their should be a casting number on the passenger side of the block with a letter C, D, E or F then a number 1-9 then a T then the letter E and then another set of numbers. If you can get them I can tell you exactly what year it is.</strong><hr></blockquote>

The # is E5TE 6015-MB on the RS of block
Also on RS of block but up higher 6D18
After looking at # on timing cover itis a ZK265AA , not 2K265AA.
Thaknk you for your effort.
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[quote]E5TE 6015-MB 6D18<hr></blockquote>

It is a 300ci (4.9L) from a 1985/1986 light truck. Cast on 18 APR 86.
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