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For a 430 the surge tank sits lengthwise to the engine, not crosswise as for a 352. The fuel pump for a 430 sits top centre of the engine at the front as is single action. The fuel pump for a 352 sits lower on the left side as is a double action pump including a vacuum pump. Attached are a picture of a 430 from the shop manual as well as pictures of the left and right side of the 430 in my vehicle.
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Yup, the fuel pump is a dead give-away - and easy to see on a 430.
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Yep, my eyes are still blinded by all that chrome under Howard's hood. Sure does look great! - Dave
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Old 06-24-2013, 12:03 PM
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yep, easiest way(but NOT the only way) to ID a 430 is the fuel pump. 352 is mounted lower front of driver's side of engine, 430 is right on top of the front od engine, on the timing cover. Just a side-note, I have a completely rebuilt 430 for sale.
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Just kidding, that is the pretiest 430 I have evr seen. Nice job!
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