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JUNKYARD or PARTS STORE LIST for Common THROTTLE CABLES by APPLICATION & LENGTH

These may be adaptable to your particular needs and application however check to see how the ends are constructed before you purchase. No guarantees against erroneous entries! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!


1987 DODGE DIPLOMAT SE 5.2L 318cid V8 2BBL
(P) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
ATP Part # Y161 {#4027358} Accelerator Cable / 19.25 inches
2Bbl
DORMAN Part # 04109 {#3027358, 4027358} Length (in) 19.625 / Length (mm) 498.475
19.625"; 2-Bbl Carb

1979 CHEVROLET CAPRICE CLASSIC 5.0L 305cid V8 2BBL
ATP Part # Y208 {#1258506} Accelerator Cable / 21.25 inches
DORMAN Part # 04152 {#1256675, 1258506} Length (in) 21.125 / Length (mm) 536.575
21.125"


1982 CHEVROLET C20 PICKUP 5.7L 350cid V8 4BBL (M) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
ATP Part # Y267 {#1259333, 25515839} Accelerator Cable / 25.5 inches
4Bbl

1987 DODGE D150 PICKUP 5.2L 318cid V8 2BBL (T) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
DORMAN Part # 04181 {#4241224, 4275940, 4287535, 4300978, 4307573, 4307913} Length (in) 26.750 / Length (mm) 679.450
26.75"
ATP Part # Y259 {#4241224, 4275940, 4287535, 4300978, 4307573} Accelerator Cable / 26.75 inches

1987 DODGE D150 PICKUP 3.7L 3687cc 225cid L6 1BBL
(H) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
DORMAN Part # 04182{#4241226, 4275939, 4287534, 4306180, 4306192} Length (in) 29.250 / Length (mm) 742.950
29.25"
ATP Part # Y258 {#4241226, 4275939, 4287534, 4306180, 4306192} Accelerator Cable / 29.25 inches


1982 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 ROYALE 5.7L 350cid V8 DIESEL MFI (N) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable WikiPrice
ATP Part # Y218 {#22509332, 25509332} Accelerator Cable / 30.5 inches


1987 DODGE CARAVAN 2.2L 135cid L4 2BBL
(C) SOHC : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
ATP Part # Y393 {#4306190, 4307557, 4307912, 4307914, 4324533} Accelerator Cable / 38.75 inches



1982 CHEVROLET K10 PICKUP 6.2L 379cid V8 DIESEL MFI
(C) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
ATP Part # Y270 {#14038644, 14047686, 15590121} Accelerator Cable / 39 inches



1982 CHEVROLET CAMARO 5.0L 305cid V8 FI (7) OHV
: Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
ATP Part # Y373 {#14038639} Accelerator Cable / 44 inches

DORMAN Part # 16643 {#14038639} Length (in) 44.500 / Length (mm) 1,130.300 44.5"

1989 DODGE W250 PICKUP 5.9L 359cid L6 DIESEL MFI Turbo (8) OHV : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
DORMAN Part # 16578 {#4300834, 4300838, 4300839, 4300845, 5277832, 5277922} Length (in) 51.500 / Length (mm) 1,308.100
51.5"



1987 DODGE CARAVAN 2.2L 135cid L4 2BBL (C) SOHC : Fuel/Air : Accelerator Cable
DORMAN Part # 16621 {#4306190, 4307557, 4307912, 4307914, 4324533} Length (in) 52.000 / Length (mm) 1,320.800
52"
 

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Internet OEM Spring Suspension Replacement Parts Sources

OEM Spring Suspension Replacement Parts Sources; frame brackets, spring bolts, leaf springs, U-bolts, replacement kits, spring hangers, etc:
http://www.autoandtrucksprings.com/
 

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Ok, so I could not find the thread where I thought I posted oil pan info, but here is a new thread to add to the stickies instead of just replying to a pre-existing thread. Would one of the moderators please add this to the 4BT Technical Topics Index under "Oil Pans" in Post 9? If anyone else has oil pan info such as "Dry Sump" would you please get the moderators to add it to the Tech Topics Index as well?

First, here are the part numbers I know - they are not current, but were in the original parts books - and someone else can pitch in other numbers below:

Catalog Bulletin No. 384232 Date 4/88
4BT CPL 730, 763, 767 & 4BTA CPL 594
Rear Sump:
3907570 Pan, Oil
3905206 Connection, Oil Suction (Oil pick up tube)
High Level 10 quarts
Low Level 8 quarts
Heater 22mm exhaust side
Drain exhaust side

Catalog Bulletin No. 3672121-01 Date 3/98
4BT CPL 2302 & 4BTA 2109
Rear Sump:
3901049 Pan, Oil
3905206 Connection, Oil Suction (Oil pick up tube)
High Level 10 quarts
Low Level 8 quarts
Heater 22mm exhaust side
Drain exhaust side
Front Up Angularity (Deg): 45
Front Down Angularity (Deg): 45
Side to Side Angularity (Deg): 45
Non-Isolated
Suction tube flange thickness 5.16mm

Shallow (Center) Sump:
3907570 (mine was marked 3901227Pan, Oil
3905223 Connection, Oil Suction (Oil pick up tube)
High Level 10 quarts
Low Level 8 quarts
Heater 22mm fuel pump side
Drain fuel pump side
Front Up Angularity (Deg): 45
Front Down Angularity (Deg): 45
Side to Side Angularity (Deg): 45
Cannot use immersion heater with balancer
Note: I turned my pan to drain on exhaust side
Non-Isolated
Suction tube flange thickness 5.16mm

Front Sump:
3932133 Pan, Oil
3920795 Connection, Oil Suction (Oil pick up tube)
3932138 Gasket, Oil Pan (Isolated)
3932430 Isolator, Noise
3900631 Screw, Hex Flange Head Cap M8 x 1.25 x 25
High Level 10 quarts
Low Level 8 quarts
Heater 22mm fuel pump side
Drain fuel pump side
Front Up Angularity (Deg): 45
Front Down Angularity (Deg): 45
Side to Side Angularity (Deg): 45
Isolated
Suction tube flange thickness 6.35mm


As far as measurements go:

Shallow (Center) Sump:
Drain plug max depth = 6.5"
Sump depth = 6"
Sump length = 6.5"
Depth at ends = 4.75"

Front / Rear Sump:
Drain plug max depth = 7.5"
Sump depth = 7"
Sump length = 8"
Depth at opposite end = 2.75" (approximately)

Hopefully this helps answer some questions.

Patrick
 

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I have tried to access the online 4bt service manual files and end up fighting for control of my computer at the couple of sites that have been listed.:)

Is there a simple link to a copy of the service manual or do I just need to man-up and buy one?

I am trying to do some research into the whole 4BT swap thing for my '89 Jeep.

Thanks,

Kenny <>(
 

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hey, y'all. are these links still active? they're not working for me.

God bless!
Michael
You will find inactive links in this thread. Why? Well simply because links to offsite websites may take you to websites that have changed or are no longer still be there. Why? Because companies and individuals have either changed websites or are no longer in business. You have to remember some of these links were established in 2007.
 

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Fuel line type isnt here? There seems to be several threads on the topic and specs. Please delete this comment after its added.
 

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The flywheel to crank bolts are no longer a 390 number anymore if anyone is wondering. But then again my dodge dealer is hard to work with and have giving me bad info before. Is there another source for those bolts?
 
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