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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
start from the left hand side of the engine as you are facing it, take one out at a time this way you will not mix up the HT leads ok.
Take the lead off number one plug and unscrew the old plug anticlockwise with a socket that fits the sparkplug, once you have done that put the new one in and tighten up clockwise and put the lead back on and push down so you hear a click but do not tighten up to tight or you weill damage the treads on the plug. Just enough so you feel the pressure on the racket. then do the same with all of them.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009
dear friend:i think we should start with pressure testing the system for water leaks,if there is leaks you will loose pressure,if you reach working temp feel the top and bottom radiator hose,they should be the same temp,if not then the thermostat is faulty,if you got poor circulation then it can be the waterpump or the radiator is blocked,check airflow threw the radiator,check radiatorcap pressure,
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
SOURCE: I HAVE A 1600 SPORT
start with engine and gearbox mounting.making shore is in straight line with diff head.tail shaft will also have to be shortened and altered with 2ltr gearbox universual.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
SOURCE: I got a 1979 ford
mk 2 escort ,nice car in its time i must have welded no end of sills on these cars for the old MOT ,did have a haynes book laying around but the mice ate it ,right these old cars always had problems with the bulb holders corroding ,so check these out first ,the wiring is simple enough though a feed runs to the 3 pin flasher unit and from their the feed goes to the stalk switch which then sends it down either side of the car so put the indcator on then check for a feed to the light and if you have a feed then the problem is the bulb holder ,so have a play and see what happens ,i used to build these engines on the assembly line in ford dagenham many moons ago .
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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