Everything would have to be transferred. All wiring, computer control stuff, absolutely everything. These are two COMPLETLY different engines altogether. You could do it, but it would just about amount to switching radiator caps because you would have to switch everything.
i did the change over, any human being with good knowledge to LEARN and take time to do the project it can be done. motor, tranny, ecu with the harness that extends from motor to above gas tank and to the evap canister. you will need drive shafts, shift linkage (if manual) cause that's what my car is. motor mount, i would recommend swapping the guage cluster. if you have the ignition that came with the original motor and key that's great, if you don't, go to dealer they charged me 40 bucks and i had a locksmith program my key for 80, at the dealer to get a key made its best to know your vin number saves alot of time. i just recomment getting a donor car that's wrecked either from autcion or wherever.
2.0l DOHC zetec 4 cylinder
It depends on the model of Ford Focus : Some have SOHC ( SPI / Split Port Induction ) engines Some have a DOHC Zetec engine , etcetera
2.0 liter DOHC - Zetec engine
no it has a timing chain if it sohc,but if its a zetec dohc (early models) or diesel,yes
well it calls for 5w30 for my 2000 dohc zetec engine.
2.0 liter ( I believe that is the DOHC - Zetec engine ) on YouTube
http://c.fixya.net/fixya20/uploads/Images/1405F0E.gif - The top diagram is for the '01 Ford Focus SPI SOHC, and the bottom one is for the DOHC Focus with the Zetec engine.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 2000 Ford Focus : The 2.0 litre SPI engine ( Split Port Injection ) takes the ( Motorcraft FL-400-S engine oil filter ) The 2.0 litre DOHC , Zetec-E engine takes the ( Motorcraft FL-2005 engine oil filter )
On a 2003 Ford Focus : The 2.0 liter SPI engine ( SOHC ) and the 2.0 liter Zetec-E engine ( DOHC ) use a timing BELT The 2.3 liter PZEV engine has a timing CHAIN
http://www.contour.org/ceg-vb/showthread.php?t=145 http://autorepair.about.com/library/a/1f/bl629f.htm These links can help U!
According to the 2002 Ford Focus owners manual : With engine oil filter change : The 2.0 liter SPI engine ( SOHC ) takes ( 4.0 quarts ) The 2.0 liter Zetec engine ( DOHC ) takes ( 4.5 quarts )
Yes , according to the Gates website both the SOHC and DOHC - 2.0 liter engines used in the 2002 Ford Focus models are interference engines
Yes , both the SOHC and DOHC , 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engines used in the 2002 Ford Focus ARE INTERFERENCE ENGINES ( according to the Gates website )
It depends which engine you have; however, the CHT is a Cylinder Head Temperature, not an ECT (Engine Coolant Temp) and on the Zetec DOHC engined Focus this is on the cylinder head, squeezed behind the alternator where you can't really see it. Most Focuses have a CHT and not an ECT. Ben
The crankshaft position sensor is behind the catalytic converter, in the area where the engine mates to the transaxle. Access is from below, and you should wait for it to cool down. This answer is specific to the DOHC 2.0L Zetec engine.
SOHC--Single OverHead Cam DOHC -- Dual OverHead Cam
yes mine is a doch
It IS an interference engine , according to the Gates website
The 2.0 liter DOHC , Zetec engine in a 2004 Ford Escape has a timing BELT
The 2.4 litre DOHC engine is NOT an interference engine.
The 2006 Ford Focus has double overhead cam (DOHC).
The 2008 Ford Focus has double overhead cam (DOHC).
The 2010 Ford Focus has double overhead cam (DOHC).
The 2014 Ford Focus has double overhead cam (DOHC).