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Old 10-31-2011, 06:26 AM
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quick question - part number

Was wondering if the part numbers on the Tousley parts site are the same as OEM parts numbers. Basically can I call a ford dealer and give them that part number to get a part.

I need two individual intake gaskets and they will be cheaper to get from the dealer because of there minimum $10 shipping charge.

Thanks in advance, and if anyone has that part number that would be awesome. On Tousley the item number is 3C3Z-9439-AA
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What you see as a part number on Tousleys site IS the OEM part number. You can give this number to any Ford dealer and get the very same part.
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What you see as a part number on Tousleys site IS the OEM part number. You can give this number to any Ford dealer and get the very same part.
Thank you NYC you always have great info.

Here is another question for you: do I need to replace the intake gaskets if I dont take the intake all the way off just loosen it. The EGR delete kit I have from Performance Machine MFG does not require to take the intake off just loosen it.

If I can get away with not taking it off and save myself some time I would like to but I want to do the install right. Going to tackle it this Saturday.
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The intake gaskets are re-useable. What I would like to caution you about is getting the junk around the intake clean before you start wrenching. Having crap fall into the intake ports can have seriously bad effects on your engine.
I would get some 'purple power' or 'simple green' and spray it on a cold engine. Maybe a night time drive to the self-service car wash would be in order, since they REALLY frown on degreasing your engine. You want to concentrate at the connection of the intake manifold and the head. Get all the junk out you can.
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The intake gaskets are re-useable. What I would like to caution you about is getting the junk around the intake clean before you start wrenching. Having crap fall into the intake ports can have seriously bad effects on your engine.
I would get some 'purple power' or 'simple green' and spray it on a cold engine. Maybe a night time drive to the self-service car wash would be in order, since they REALLY frown on degreasing your engine. You want to concentrate at the connection of the intake manifold and the head. Get all the junk out you can.
Nice, sounds like a plan.

Then I have everything I need for the install thanks to you posting up on my other thread. Just need to pick up some oil and coolant since I am going to be doing those at the same time.
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