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Replacement 4.0l sohc for 2010 xlt 4x4

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by justanother1, December 25, 2019.

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  1. justanother1

    justanother1 Active Member

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    My cousin is in need of a replacement 4.0l sohc for a 2010 explorer xlt 4x4. Everything we see states 2006-2010 works. Does anyone know why an older 4.0l sohc can't be used?
     
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    MrQ Smokey the Clutch is, Missed Shift You Did Elite Explorer Moderator Emeritus

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    I'm not sure why you can't use a SOHC long block from 97 up. The reason that it says 06-10 is due to that being the generation of your Explorer. However I think you will need to swap over the valve covers and intake, fuel rail and some other assorted bits, in essence everything that is different from the older engine. However I would stick with 02 up for less mileage, different heads, and better timing guide components.
     

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