The modular motors from 1997 to present have one common issue no matter the trucks, being the COP (coil on plug) technology. What this is, is in place of using an actual coil pack each cylinder has its own individual coil on top of a rubber boot that attaches directly to the spark plugs.
The 1997-03 5.4's have only a few issues, the occasional leaky heater hose that may cause coolant to leak into the rear two passenger cylinders. The COP's (coil on plug) are not moisture friendly, but if the are treated to a healthy amount of dialectic grease on the boots outer surface acting as a moisture blocker can prevent the problem.
In all new 5.4 motors 2004+ with the updated 3Valve motors, there major dilemma/issue is when it comes to the spark plug change. They have a HORRIBLE history of breaking off inside the motor. The 3V 5.4L's also carry on the inherent issue of the "beloved" COP(coil on plug) technology.
Other than these issues the 5.4 is a excellent and powerful motor that can, given good maintenance on time, prove to be a affordable working truck.
The power of the engine of the ford escort 4cyl 1969 is 54 hp
Least common multiple of 6 and 54 is 54.
54 is the greatest common factor of 54 and 108 since it is the largest common factor in both. 1*54 = 54 2 * 54 = 108
With the 1600cc engine, advertised power, 54 hpWith the 2000cc engine, advertised power, 86 hp
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1966 Ford Taunus 15M are 54 hp and 128 km/h (80 mph) respectively.
The least common multiple of 54 , 3 = 54
Since 54 is a factor of 108, all of 54's factors are common and the GCF is 54 itself.
The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 54 27 is 54.
54 is the greatest common factor
Because the aquastat is stuck or shorted.
The LCM of 9 and 54 is 54The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 9 54 is 54.
Since 54 is a multiple of 18, it is automatically the LCM.
54 1*54 = 54 2*27 = 54
The biggest factor of 54 is 54. For it to be common, it needs to be compared to another set of factors.
It is: 54