I am getting ready to fire up my 66 with a 352 and i know the carb is going to leak gas like crazy so i was just wondering what the model number is on one of these carbs so i can buy a rebuild kit. Thanks
Yep, everything used the FL1A back then.The 66 352 takes 6 quarts of oil. I believe the filter is a Motorcraft FL1A...but plaese don't quote me on that. Any parts store or Walmart can tell you the correct filter.
Impossible, Ford didn't start using the 4300 until later in the decade. The 4100 was the four barrel of choice in the mid sixties. Although as far as I know, the 352's never came with a four barrel from the factory? You'd just have the sturdy old 2100 or 2150, unless someone converted it.Talked to the parts guy today and he said it could also be a 4300. I dont know if he is right or not. Whats your guys opinions
Actually it is 6 quarts, even though the 390 and 428 call for only 5. I know it makes no sense, but that what it says in the owners manual I have (I haven't looked at it in a while, but I'm pretty sure that is true). I've always wondered why this is as you would think the more powerful motors would require more????Yep, everything used the FL1A back then.
Should be five quarts, unless the 352 held more oil than the 390. People would routinely add more, as these pans didn't have baffles and would shove all the oil to the back under hard acceleration. Unless you're drag racing, that shouldn't be an issue.