How to Identify Ford Cologne V6 Engine Size

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How to Identify Ford Cologne V6 Engine Size
You can find the engine size of your Ford Cologne V6 on its emission label. (ford gt40 in gulf blue and orange image by Jorge Moro from Fotolia.com)

Ford Motors in Cologne, Germany, first produced the Ford Cologne V6 Engine, or the Ford Taunus V6, in 1968. The Cologne V6 has since been installed as standard in numerous Ford car and truck models. Vehicles are required by law to come with an emission information label that lists information about the automobile specifications including the engine size, or engine displacement. You can locate the information label under the hood of your Ford.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Pop the bonnet on your Ford.

  2. 2

    Locate the Cologne V6 engine. It will be towards the back closest to the cab and slightly toward the passenger side. Look directly under the hood from the location of the engine.

  3. 3

    Locate the emission information label. It will be exactly above the engine on the underside of the hood. Listed on it will be the engine size, measured in litres.

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