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    Posted: April-26-2006 at 9:14pm
Hello All,

Been lurking since last weekend. For reasons I don't understand, I bought a 16 ft 1969 Mustang with a Ford 302. The PO left things in a mess and I would like to see a few 302 pics from a boat of similar vintage.

Thanks in advance, I'll do my best to be a good forum citizen and contribute when my answers won't screw someone up.

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Welcome 69.

Click on the reference section at the top of
the page. Scroll down to the bottom and you will find a PCM manual for the 302. BKH
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Thank you, BKH.

It is a pleasure to be here. Every time I try to download the manual I get the "Page cannot be displayed" page.
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Just noticed the same problem. The computers were upgraded a couple of weeks ago and there have been some glitches.

If you send an email to Keith the site administrator, I bet he can fix you up in the next day or two. Just lookup Keith Bagley in the member list. BKH
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Sounds good, thanks again BKH
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69, exactly what do you need pics of?
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Hi Jim,

A good pic looking dead center at the front of the engine. Something that will show alternator, water pump, and belts.

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69: Welcome to our site you are gonna like it here.

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How is your boat marinized? I can take pics of either a 1972 Crusuader or 1972 Waukesa 302...
There are a few differences how they were set up...depending on the company that marinized it.
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Here's a pic.
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And another.
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I have a few 302 pics also, but like stang72 said, we would have to know the marinization because they look totally different.
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Thanks jbear, stang72, Tim D, and jameski. I'm not sure how it is marinized - new to this. It looks very similar to the pics Tim D posted, which are a big help. Thanks everyone!
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69, here is a pic of my original '68 289 before I rebuilt the upper half.


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Jim,

Awesome shot, thank you very much. I think that is what mine should look like.
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Careful which way you turn the Tee. The large hole has to point to the left (Port Side) when facing the front of the engine.
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Ford interceptor it looks like...good pics guys!
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Do you still need a picture? I have a 69 with the original engine.
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