are these the options:
1>new insert without removing head but "gluing"
2. new insert removing head for better access and fix
3> replace the head
4 replace the engine

getting the old one out of the firewall, and new one in is my concern.

Truck was running good. Bled lines could not get fuel pressure up. Changed HPFP and low pressure. Truck still won't start.

Pulled truck to change oil and fuel filters. I did get air into lines but we have since bled. Could not get fuel pressure up. Replaced low and high pressure pumps. Now we can't get truck to start. My Machanic is ford certified. We can only get 270-300 psi on computer. Any suggestions ?

New battery cables, new starter, new gas tank, new in-tank fuel pump, new fuel pump, new solenoid, new fuel filter, new computer, new ground wiring, no codes, new serpentine belt, new distributor. Alternator is good. Problem happens every time after about 15 miles. OBD1 codes show "no codes."

Battery is brand new, cabls are clean and tight. It starts fine when cold. After a long trip it drags like it doesn't want to start. After it cools down it starts up fine.

i havent driven it. I'm thinking it about purchasing it tomorrow. i just want your best opinion.

I have grease on my brakes.

I have replaced the maf the oxygen sender on bank 2 and the down stream and the coil pack for cylinder 6

and oil cooler tried pressuring up with air but im getting air leak from some where under close to where my oil cooler goes

have bad upper header - i an told this will cause egr false readings and bad mile

I have a 1987 Ford E250 4.9L 6 cylinder with no spark misfire. I tested for spark off the distributor cap post. No spark for cylinders 5 and 6. I adjusted timing 60 degrees forward and moved wires forward, miss moved to cylinders 1 and 3. I changed distributor and set to original timing, the miss persisted on 5 and 6. New wires, plugs, cap, rotor, two different distributors and problem persist. do you have any suggestions?

I put gas additive in it and used supreme gas. It was ok until now, March! Only happens once in a while. The ford dealers said I had a 1000 dollar repair of a fuel pump and that there was no way to tell if it was the problem a head of time!..Ouch

We got a new Stainless Steel tank for Aero Tanks
Was easy to install myself, just thought everyone should know. It cost a bit but I will not have to worry about it any longer.

I own a 1991 Ford E250 Cargo Van - The transmission will not engage in gear to go forward, reverse works fine, I've dropped the pan replaced the oil filter I've added Trans X and still will not engage in any of the gears to drive forward , only reverse works. is there any quick fix for this ? maybe a vacuum line or a possible linkage problem ?
The transmission started disengaging when I would come to a stop I would have to rev up the engine to engage the transmission , until one day it just stopped and would not engage. Thanks

Van runs for about 30 to 45 mins. Before overheating..sometimes longer

both catalyst and evaporative monitors are not setting.
vehicle has been driven several hundred miles, and has not
had the battery die during a recent time. vehicle also has
no check engine light or pending codes. was unable to find any information on if this is a common problem with this make/model vehicle.