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Swapping 94 DOHC 4.6 into 64 Galaxie

Discussion in 'All Other Conversions' started by 69crewcab, Jul 1, 2015.

  1. 69crewcab

    69crewcab Member

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    Have the motor and harness installed on motor, now trying to figure out
    the rest of the wiring, CCRM and VCRM and whats needed???
     
  2. hipoman

    hipoman Active Member

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    That will b cool in old iron.
     
  3. 69crewcab

    69crewcab Member

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    Thanks
    Yea so far the 4.6 is in and the hydraulic clutch And t45
    Now working on hydroboost
     
  4. hipoman

    hipoman Active Member

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    Built up t45 i hope. That weight & motor are tough on t45s. My freinds have many broken parts out of them. Gears in the rear will help.
     
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    ndfastang Active Member

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    I did this swap into my 63 Galaxie 4 door and stuck with the 4R70W. I had to build my own mounts, log headers and flipped the oil pan. I started on the wiring but had to sell it all due to military moving me too much.

    Now I have the same setup in my 63 Fairlane. For the VCRM, you will not find a replacement so I'd suggest to you what everyone did for me and that's to use relays for each item. The fan 2 speed loss is the only downfall to that. I was told the VCRM goes out in one spot and you try to hunt the problem down and then when you do finally get to it, you can't get another. I ran a 75amp relay for the fan with an adjustable thermostat sensor and have relays for the fuel pump and the EEC. Pretty simple actually. FYI, wire a relay in for your headlights rather than pull their power through the factory 64 headlight switch. You'll be amazed at the difference.

    Good luck with it. Wish I finished mine. Now I'm almost ready to fire the Fairlane. Keeping this one!
     
  6. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    I you do crunch the T45, a 3650 out of an 01-04 should be able to handle the weight and torque.
     
  7. hipoman

    hipoman Active Member

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    Heard that !
     
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    sounds awesome, any pics?
     

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