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 Post subject: 4.0l Block and crank casting numbers
Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 1:05 pm 
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Just wondering who has casting numbers for 4.0l engines and what year they are. E series and AU.

This was posted by tickford_6 a little over 12 months ago:

Blocks
VR2A 6015 AB - '96' XH
WR2A 6051 AB - '00' AU2, AU1 VCT
94DA 6015 AA - EF Mont ghia (tickford motor)

Cranks
94DA 9303 AA - EF Mont ghia (tickford)

Does any one have any further information or link to a site that does?
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 Post subject: Re: 4.0l Block and crank casting numbers
Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 1:11 pm 
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Also found this, helps a bit,

"Here is the email that was sent to the Ford dealers around the country -
4.0L Engine Revision

As of January 1998, EL Falcon will be fitted with a revised I6 engine. The revision will be completely transparent as far as the Customer is concerned (no change to engine appearance, power output fuel economy, service requirements, etc). It will also be transparent to you as far as basic engine maintenance and diagnostic procedures are concerned.

However, where internal engine repairs are to be performed, it is important that the Technician realises the difference and is aware of the unique engine re-assembly procedures and specifications.

Interchangeability of parts between the old and the new level engines is not possible except where replacement part numbers are unchanged. Do not attempt to fit new level parts to the new engine, or vice versa.

Vehicle Identification
There will be a period during January 1998 when both the old and the new level engines will be used at the Assembly plant. Thus the vehicle build date may not necessarily identify the level of engine fitted to the vehicle.

Old level engines can be identified by a 95DA of 95DT casting on the cylinder head and a 96DA casting on the engine block.

New level engines can be identified by a 96DA or 96DT casting on the cylinder head and a VR2A casting on the engine block.

Note: Approximately 1,600 of these new engines will have the old level head and valvetrain fitted. The same idetification method may be used to individually identify new/old level heads."
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 Post subject: Re: 4.0l Block and crank casting numbers
Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 3:45 pm 
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I've got 95DA on my block and 96DT on my head in my 98 xh xr6,

 

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 Post subject: Re: 4.0l Block and crank casting numbers
Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 4:26 pm 
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my old ea 3.9 mpfi had a 87da cast on the block..
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