Question about 2001 Ford Focus
Not sure what your asking but this is an overhead cam motor which means the valves that are on the high lobe of the cam are going to be open when you install the head onto the motor and there is nothing you can do about this.just make sure the crank timing marks are aligned were they should be and the cam marks are aligned when you install the head so as not to have to turn the motor much until you get all the timing marks properly lined up and the timing belt on.
Posted on Nov 08, 2011
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