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Exploded 4.6L 2V Complete

1 Bolt N806155-S2
2 Fuel Charging Wiring 9D930
3 Accelerator Cable Bracket 9723
4 Bolt N804394-S8M
5 Fuel Injection Supply Manifold 9F792
6 Fuel Injector (8 Req'd) 9F593
7 Nut N806178-S2
8 Water Hose Connection 8592
9 O-Ring 391107-S
10 Water Thermostat 8575
11 Intake Manifold Gasket 9461
12 Water Temperature Indicator Sender Unit 10884
13 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 12A648
14 EGR Valve Tube to Manifold Connector 9F485
15 EGR Valve to Exhaust Manifold Tube 9D477
16 Bolt N804073-S8
17 EGR Valve 9D475
18 EGR Valve Gasket 9D476
19 Screw and Washer N806154-S2
20 Throttle Body 9E926
21 Throttle Body to Intake Manifold Gasket 9E936
22 Throttle Body Adapter 9A589
23 Bolt N806154-S2
24 Intake Manifold Upper Gasket 9H486
25 EGR Vacuum Regulator Bracket 9J472
26 Cylinder Head 6049
27 Bolt N804958-S2
28 Idle Air Control Valve 9F715
29 Bolt N806155-S2
30 IAC Valve Gasket 9F670
31 Bolt N806156-S2
32 Intake Manifold 9424
33 Core Plug 9A450
34 Positive Crankcase Ventilation Valve 6A666
35 Crankcase Ventilation Grommet 6A892
36 Bolt N806183-S2
37 Valve Cover Bolt or Stud Seal 6C518
38 Engine Front Cover Gasket 6020
39 Crankcase Vent Connector and Hose 6C324
40 A/C Compressor 19703
41 Bolt N806184-S2
42 Bolt N606502-S36
43 Ignition Coil 12029
44 Drive Belt Tensioner 6B209
45 Nut N804178-S2
46 Generator 10300
47 Screw and Washer N606676-S36
48 Generator Rear Mounting Bracket 10153
49 Bolt N806200-S2
50 Bolt N806155-S2
51 Crankshaft Position Sensor 6C315
52 Crankshaft Front Seal 6700
53 Bolt N806155-S2
54 Engine Front Cover 6019
55 Camshaft Position Sensor 6B288
56 Stud N806300-S2
57 Screw and Washer N806282-S2
58 Water Pump Pulley 8509
59 Bolt N806177-S2
60 Water Pump 8501
61 O-Ring 3Z728
62 Valve Cover Gasket 6584
63 Valve Cover (RH) 6582
64 Crankshaft Main Bearing Cap Bolt 6345
65 Cylinder Block 6010
66 Engine Rear Plate 7007
67 Flywheel 6375
68 Bolt N806168-S
69 Valve Cover Gasket 6584
70 Valve Cover (LH) 6582
71 Valve Cover Bolt or Stud Seal 6C515
72 Bolt N806183-S2
73 Fitting 6A648
74 Oil Filler Cap 6766
75 Stud N806356-S2
76 Valve Cover Bolt or Stud Seal 6C515
77 Head Gasket 6051
78 Dowel N806456-S
79 Oil Filter Mounting Insert 6890
80 Oil Filter Adapter Gasket 6840
81 Oil Filter Adapter 6881
82 Oil Pressure Switch 9278
83 Oil Pressure Sensor 9278
84 Stud N806514-S2
85 Bolt N806156-S2
86 Oil Bypass Filter 6714
87 Bolt N606523-S
88 Oil Pan Gasket 6710
89 Ignition Wires 12259
90 Bolt N806155-S2
91 Ignition Coil Bracket, LH 12A166
92 Ignition Wire Separator 12297
93 Stud W701624-S
94 Ignition Coil 12029
95 Bolt N606502-S36
96 Power Steering Pump Pulley 3A733
97 Power Steering Pump 3A674
98 O-Ring N806176-S2
99 Oil Pan Baffle 6687
100 Oil Pan 6675
101 Oil Pan Drain Plug Gasket 6734
102 Oil Pan Drain Plug 6730
103 Bolt (6 Req'd) W701240-S309
104 Nut W701575S
105 Exhaust Manifold 9430
106 Bolt N806139-S2
107 Washer N806164-S
108 Camshaft Sprocket 6256
109 Camshaft Sprocket Spacer 6265
110 Camshaft Bearing Cap (Front) 6B280
111 Camshaft Bearing Cap (Rear) 6B280
112 Bolt N806070-S
113 Camshaft 6250
114 Cylinder Head Bolt 6065
115 Oil Level Dipstick 6750
116 Bolt N806155-S2
117 Crankshaft Main Bearing Cap Bolt 6345
118 Bolt N806513-S2
119 Heater Water Hose 18472
120 Bolt N806070-S
121 Timing Chain Guide 6K297
122 Water Bypass Tube 8555
123 Dowel N806040-S
124 Timing Chain Tensioner Arm 6L253
125 Timing Chain Tensioner Arm 6L253
126 Bolt N806070-S
127 Timing Chain Guide 6K297
128 Dowel N806040-S
129 Crankshaft Main Bearing Cap Stud 6345
130 Crankshaft Rear Oil Seal Retainer 6335
131 Crankshaft Rear Oil Seal 6701
132 Bolt N806155-S2
133 Orifice and Strainer (Part of 6049)
134 Spark Plug 12405
135 Valve Tappet 6500
136 Rocker Arm 6564
137 Valve Spring Retainer Key 6518
138 Valve Spring Retainer 6514
139 Valve Spring 6513
140 Valve Stem Seal 6571
141 Core Plug N804811-S
142 Timing Chain Tensioner 6L266
143 Bolt N606543-S2
144 Intake Valve 6507
145 Exhaust Valve 6505
146 Crankshaft Thrust Washer 6334
147 Crankshaft Main Bearing 6333
148 Exhaust Manifold Gasket 9448
149 Piston Compression Ring 6150
150 Piston Compression Ring 6152
151 Oil Ring Rail 6159
152 Oil Ring Expander 6161
153 Oil Ring Rail 6159
154 Piston 6108
155 Piston Pin 6135
156 Bolt (2 Req'd)
157 Connecting Rod 6200
158 Connecting Rod Bearing 6211
159 Ignition Coil Bracket, RH 12A166
160 Connecting Rod Bolt 6214
161 Stud Spacer N806180- S
162 Bolt N605904-S
163 Oil Pump Screen Cover and Tube 6622
164 Oil Pump 6600
165 Bolt N606021-S
166 Bolt N605892-S2
167 Timing Chain 6268
168 O-Ring 87038-S96
169 Crankshaft Sprocket 6306
170 CKP Sensor Pulse Wheel 12A227
171 Crankshaft Pulley 6312
172 Crankshaft Pulley Retaining Washer 6378
173 Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 6A340
174 Woodruff Key N806201-S
175 Crankshaft 6303
176 Lower Crankshaft Thrust Main Bearing 6337
177 Lower Crankshaft Main Bearing (4 Req'd) 6333
178 Main Bearing Cap (5 Req'd, Part of 6010)
179 Crankshaft Main Bearing Cap Stud 6345
180 Belt Idler Pulley 8678
181 Stud Bolt

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Rear thrust bearing doesn't look right and is actually 2 pieces on the lower, What year is this one from?
Did they do it that way on early motors?
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Rear thrust bearing doesn't look right and is actually 2 pieces on the lower, What year is this one from?
Did they do it that way on early motors?
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It's supposed to be for a 1994 Crown Vic (I stole it from somebody else's site), but I thought it was pretty cool and could be useful to someone here.
He has a lot of pics of a 1993 Engine, so that could be for a 1993.

So I guess the answer to your question is - yes?

I have some for a 4R70W, too Alan. I'll post them in the appropriate forum!
Here it is: 4R70W Exploded View

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This should be a sticky. It would be cool if we could get one at the top of every engine and trans section too.

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Very useful information.

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Yep very useful info, thanks for posting it. On my 95 the Throttle body is in the same, absolutely rediculously hard to get to place. LOL. Just did an EGR clean on it and I can say I don't ever want to do that again.

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I swapped on a 96 intake over that right there.
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I swapped on a 96 intake over that right there.
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Trust me if I had the funds I would have swapped anything instead of doing that. I'm preparing for a PI swap (whenever the money is right) and I suspect that will be easier than doing the EGR clean on the 95.

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I suspect that will be easier than doing the EGR clean on the 95.
Its much easier to get to the back of the engine when you remove the Wiper / cowl assembly.
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Its much easier to get to the back of the engine when you remove the Wiper / cowl assembly.
its even eeeeeeeaasier when the motor is out

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Looks like out 94 GM. With the impossible to reach IAC.

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its even eeeeeeeaasier when the motor is out
Yeah, its just an extra 3 hours worth of labor to remove the whole engine versus the wiper assembly.

Oh, I am looking forward to pulling the motor out of this 95 Mark VIII that was dropped off here, its just as easy as the Tbird except you have to lower the K-member also !!
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I did pull the wiper/cowl. Still was a PITA! As far as pulling the motor - yeah not so much, not in my carport with no hoist,lift etc. I got the job done, the car is running great (except the valve guide problem), but there is no getting around the fact that a "simple" job was a time consuming, finger cutting, PITA.

I just figured I would share my thoughts and I can't wait to have a PI so I won't have to worry about such things ever again.

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Nice! this will come in handy.

Any chance you could do the 96 and (98) Marks?

I'd love to have that view putting this mark motor back together...

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Nice! this will come in handy.

Any chance you could do the 96 and (98) Marks?

I'd love to have that view putting this mark motor back together...
I will research and see what I can come up with!

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Supercharged 32v Cobra Engine Diagrams w/Part Numbers

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1. 6F066 - Supercharger Assembly
2. N806154 - Screws (2 req’d)
3. 9F715 - Idle Air Control Valve
4. - Idle Air Control Valve Gasket
5. 9P697 - Spacer Assembly
6. 9E936 - Throttle Body Gasket
7. 9E929 - Throttle Body
8. - Bolts (4 req’d)
9. - Bolts (2 req’d)
10. 9E926 - Throttle Position Sensor
11. N804178 - Nuts (4 req’d)
12. - Studs (4 req’d)
13. - Spacer Assembly gasket
14. 9D475 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
15. - Stud
16. 9D477 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Tube
17. - Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
18. 9J460 - Differential Pressure Feedback EGR System
19. 9J459 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Vacuum Regulator
20. 9J472 - Vacuum Accessory Bracket



1. 12B637 - Wiring Harness
2. 9C986 - Fuel Pulse Damper
3. 9F792 - Fuel Injection Supply Manifold
4. 9F593 - Fuel Injector
5. - Stud
6. 9D475 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
7. W701232 - Bolt
8. N806979 - Stud
9. - EGR Vacuum Hoses
10. 6F089 - Vacuum Actuator Valve
11. N605892 - Bolts (2 req’d)
12. - Bolts 10 req’d)
13. 9J447 - Lower Intake Manifold
14. 9L438 - Coolant Intake Manifold Gasket
15. - Coolant Tubes
16. 9N491 - Coolant Intake Manifold
17. W701592 - Bolt
18. NL443 - Inter Cooler Hose
19. N1443 - Inter Cooler Hose
20. W506404 - Bolts (10 req’d)
21. 6K755 - Charge Air Cooler
22. 6F066 - Supercharger Assembly
23. N605892 - Bolt
24. 9726 - Accelerator Cable Bracket



1. N605904 - Bolt
2. N620480 - Nut
3. 6A946 - Cover
4. 17K814 - Alternator Bracket Assembly
5. N811268 - Bolts (2 req’d)
6. 8620 - Accessory Drive Belts
7. N606543 - Bolts (4 req’d)
8. 6L266 - Timing Chain Tensioner
9. 6268 - Timing Chain (2 req’d)
10. 6M256 - Timing Chain Guide
11. 6L266 - Timing Chain Tensioner
12. 6L253 - Timing Chain Tensioner Arm
13. 6268 - Timing Chain (2 req’d)
14. N804958 - Bolts (2 req’d)
15. 6B274 - Timing Chain Guide
16. N606527 - Bolt
17. 19D269 - AC Compressor
18. N806184 - Bolts (3 req’d)
19. 6306 - Crankshaft Sprocket
20. 6L253 - Timing Chain Tensioner Arm
21. 12A227 - Ignition Pulse Ring
22. 6C086 - Engine Front Cover
23. N806177 - Bolts (8 req’d)
24. N806300 - Studs (5 req’d)
25. 6700 - Crankshaft Front Seal
26. 6316 - Crankshaft Pulley
27. N806165 - Washer
28. W701512 - Stud
29. 8A5282 - Water Pump Pulley
30. N806282 - Botls (4 req’d)
32. 8501 - Water Pump
33. N808102 - Bolt
34. 19A216 - Belt Idler Pulley
35. N804178 - Nut
36. N806300 - Harness Support Bracket
37. N806300 - Stud
38. N806155 - Bolt
39. 6C315 - Crankshaft Position Sensor
40. N806155 - Bolt
41. 6B288 - Camshaft Position Sensor
42. B808920 - Bolts (3 req’d)
43. 6C254 - Crankshaft Extension Support Pulley
44. 10153 - Lower Support Bracket
45. N605909 - Bolts 2 (req’d)
46. 8620 - Accessory Drive Belt
47. N811268 - Bolt
48. 8B603 - Belt Idler Bracket Support
49. N808198 - Stud
50. 9N491 - Hose and Tube Assembly



1. 6083 - Cylinder Head Gasket
2. - Bolt (2 req’d)
3. - Washer (2 req’d0
4. 6255 - Spacer
5. - Secondary Timing Chain (2 req’d)
6. - Screw & Washer
7. 6C271 - Timing Chain Vibration Damper
8. 6B277 - Camshaft Bearing Cap
9. - Bolt (24 req’d)
10. 6A271 - Camshaft
11. 6529 - Roller Follower (8 req’d)
12. 6C501 - Hydraulic Lash Adjuster
13. 6065 - Bolt 20 req’d)
14. 6A273 - Camshaft
15. 6B278 - Camshaft Bearing Cap (2 req’d)
16. 9448 - Exhaust Manifold Gasket
17. 9F485 - EGR Valve Tube to Manifold Connector
18. W701706 - Nut (8 req’d)
19. 9431 - Exhaust Manifold
20. 6C324 - PVC Tube
21. 6A505 - Valve Cover
22. N808199 - Bolt (20 req’d)
23. 6766 - Oil Fill Cap
24. 12A366 - Ignition Coils
25. 6P068 - Ignition Coil Cover
26. N807309 - Bolt (4 req’d)
27. 6050 - Cylinder head



1. 6214 - Bolt (2 req’d)
2. 6211 - Connecting Rod Bearing (16 req’d)
3. 6140 - Piston pin Retainer (16 req’d)
4. 6135 - Piston Pin (8 req’d)
5. 6110 - Piston (8 req’d)
6. 6159 - Piston Ring (8 req’d)
7. 6159 - Piston Ring (8 req’d)
8. 6150 - Piston Ring (8 req’d)
9. 6152 - Piston Ring (8 req’d)
10. 6758 - Crankcase Vent Tube & Connector
11. 6582 - Valve Cover
12. 6051 - Cylinder Head gasket
13. W701706 - Nut (8 req’d)
14. 9430 - Exhaust Manifold
15. 9448 - Exhaust Manifold gasket
16. W701681 - Stud (8 Req’d)
17. 6049 - Cylinder head
18. 6C527 - Spark Plug Gasket (8 req’d)
19. 6200 - Connecting Rod (8 req’d)
20. 6200 - Connecting Rod (8 req’d)
21. 6161 - Piston Ring (8 req’d)



1. 8555 - Water By-Pass Tube
2. 6750 - Oil Level Indicator
3. 6754 - Oil Level Indicator Tube
4. N806155 - Bolt
5. 6C358 - Bolt (10 Req’d)
6. 6714 - Oil Bypass Filter
7. 6A642 - Oil Cooler
8. N806156 - Bolt (4 req’d)
9. 9278 - Oil Pressure Sender
10. 6884 - Oil Filter Adapter
11. 6A636 - Oil Filter Adapter gasket
12. N620482 - Dowel
13. 87836 - Plug



1. N807198 - Dowel Pin (2 Req’d)
2. N807309 - Bolt
3. N807959 - Bolt
4. 18663 - Heater Water Hose
5. W500110 - Bolt (2 Req’d)
6. 12A699 - Knock Sensor (2 Req’d)
7. N807309 - Bolt (2 req’d)
8. 18696 - Heater Water Hose
9. 7120 - Pilot Bearing
10. 6K318 - Crankshaft Rear Retainer
11. N806155 - Bolt (6 req’d)
12. 6310 - Crankshaft oil Slinger
13. 6375 - Flywheel
14. N808139 - Bolt (8 Req’d)
15. 7550 - Clutch Disc
16. 7563 - Clutch Pressure Plate
17. N808969 - Bolt (6 Req’d)
18. 6701 - Crankshaft Oil Seal
19. N806007 - Dowel Pin (2 Req’d)



1. N806177 - Bolt 94 Req’d)
2. N806459 - Dowel (4 Req’d)
3. 6A341 - Thrust Washer
4. 6303 - Crankshaft
5. 6A339 - Thrust Bearing
6. 6325 - Main Bearing Cap (5 Req’d)
7. 6345 - Bolt (10 Req’d)
8. 6K25 - Main Bearing Cap (5 Req’d)
9. 6687 - Bolt (10 Req’d)
10. N806180 - Spacer
11. N605904 - Bolt
12. 6710 - Oil Pan Gasket
13. 6675 - Oil Pan
14. W701240 - Bolt (16 Req’d)
15. 6622 - Oil Pump Screen Pickup& Tube
16. N806155 - Bolt (2 Req’d)
17. N811280 - Spacer (3 req’d)
18. 6345 - Bolt (6 Req’d)
19. 6C360 - Main Bering Cap Adjusting Screw (10 Req’d)
20. 6A338 - Crankshaft Main Bearing (4 Req’d)
21. N806201 - Woodruff Key
22. 6621 - Oil Pump
23. N806183 - Bolt (4 Req’d)
24. 6333 - Crankshaft Main Bearing
25. 8501 - Water Pump

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Thanks!!!

That is awesome, and exactly what I needed.

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neat, so this is what it looks like when your engine explodes.

this will definitely come in handy whenever my old worthless boat anchor goes kablooey and i need to build an engine

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A big thank you for this. I have a pretty bad leak around the oil filter adapter. I'm willing to bet by looking at the exploded view that it's the gasket between the filter adapter & block.
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A big thank you for this. I have a pretty bad leak around the oil filter adapter. I'm willing to bet by looking at the exploded view that it's the gasket between the filter adapter & block.
If there's a leak on the side, and there's no new broken-rod-based ventilation hole, it's the gasket there, most likely.

The second most common alternative is two oil filter gaskets, lol.

It's a standard deal; also, make sure the aluminum piece isn't corroded too bad.

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Just seen this thread. I work in a CAD office using Solidworks. I wonder if anyone's got this as a 3D model. That would be cool.

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Just seen this thread. I work in a CAD office using Solidworks. I wonder if anyone's got this as a 3D model. That would be cool.
If you find one, I want a copy. I'll pay.


You could 3d print it in a ceramic, with space for the sleeves.

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If you find one, I want a copy. I'll pay.


You could 3d print it in a ceramic, with space for the sleeves.
Haha, now there's an idea!

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I have my intake off (PI swap in progess) and have Q's about the plug at the rear of the valley. I don't see it pictured above.

Is this a bell housing breather valve of some sort?

I was being a dirty old grease monkey and touched it inappropriately; in retaliation, it sacrificed an upper corner like a lizard would its tail -- brittle plastic syndrome strikes again.

Anybody have a good part # on this?

What happens if I don't find a replacement and leave the upper corner broken off so there's a hole instead of a complete "valve" there? Dirt (etc.) gets down into my xmission and starts destroying seals?

I worry about trying to remove the original, since it might shatter into a hundred pieces and then I'll be in deep doo-doo as most of it would surely fall and be irretrievable.

I wonder what the chances are of any type of solvent weld holding under engine temps. What material is this thing made of anyway? It looks like it might be ABS. Do you suppose the Ultra Black gasket maker I bought for the intake swap would hold the breather corner chunk in place (sounds kinda iffy)?
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I have my intake off (PI swap in progess) and have Q's about the plug at the rear of the valley. I don't see it pictured above.

Is this a bell housing breather valve of some sort?

I was being a dirty old grease monkey and touched it inappropriately; in retaliation, it sacrificed an upper corner like a lizard would its tail -- brittle plastic syndrome strikes again.

Anybody have a good part # on this?

What happens if I don't find a replacement and leave the upper corner broken off so there's a hole instead of a complete "valve" there? Dirt (etc.) gets down into my xmission and starts destroying seals?

I worry about trying to remove the original, since it might shatter into a hundred pieces and then I'll be in deep doo-doo as most of it would surely fall and be irretrievable.

I wonder what the chances are of any type of solvent weld holding under engine temps. What material is this thing made of anyway? It looks like it might be ABS. Do you suppose the Ultra Black gasket maker I bought for the intake swap would hold the breather corner chunk in place (sounds kinda iffy)?
That's not a valve, it's a dust cover. Just like the rubber plug on the bottom of the transmission bellhousing.

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Well, it was rather loose, like a one-way valve might be. In its original condition, it wasn't doing a super job as a dust cover me thinks. Anyway, I assume I should make an attempt to repair or replace it then.

Also, if it's just a cover, why bother? Why not just make the rear of the valley completely solid? Does this provide an access point for removal of flywheel bolts or what?

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Don't worry about it, the purpose of that hole is for coolant drainage in the event that the valley tube springs a leak or the hose is replaced(without that hole the valley will fill up like a bowl). The plug is there to keep debris that might be in the valley from flinging into the flexplate that's spinning at thousands of RPMs. I left mine out last time I had the intake off, aluminum block engines don't even have a plug(though the hole is smaller)

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Don't worry about it, the purpose of that hole is for coolant drainage in the event the valley tube springs a leak or the hose is replaced(without that hole the valley will fill up like a bowl). The plug is there to keep debris that might be in the valley from flinging into the flexplate that's spinning at thousands of RPMs. I left mine out last time I had the intake off, aluminum block engines don't even have a plug(though the hole is smaller)
I was told it was a drag along point down the assembly line, like the ears with holes on the transmission case. Also for what it's worth most of the ones I see are damaged, broken, or missing from excessive heat and vibrations. My SOHC 4.6's in my f-150 and 95 Tbird are both missing theirs. The one on my 97 block I removed, and the DOHC doesn't have one. I wouldn't worry about it.

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