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Q: how can I tell if my engine is windsor or Romeo 4.6l

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how can I tell if my engine is windsor or Romeo 4.6l

My car has 194897 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Normally, there is a cerial number on the engine block. I would recommend locating this number and entering it in online to determine where the engine was made. The difference is usually where the engine was manufactured.

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