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some car dont have it when u turn is it hard to move itthen u have no power steering .go to one of your local auto parts store they will help you out

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2005 Ford Focus L4-2.0L VIN N Hello your vehicle has a timing chain, you do not have to replace it ever... It was designed to last the life of the vehicle, unless you have a water pump, or a timing pulley or even a timing tensioner go bad, that is when you would service the timing chain. I added what your vehicle needs at it's 90,000mile service below, hope this helps... (subytech1)
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Inspect Ball Joint
Brakes and Traction Control
Inspect brake pads, shoes, rotors, drums, brake lines & hoses, and parking brake system. Cooling System
Inspect cooling system and hoses. Exhaust System
Fluid - A/T (Except 4F50N & 4F27E)
Inspect automatic transmission fluid level on all other vehicles, if equipped with dipstick. Heat Shield, Exhaust
Steering and Suspension
Inspect steering linkage and suspension. Vehicle (Multi-Point Inspection)
Perform Multi-Point Inspection (Recommended by Ford) Refer to Routine Service. Wheel Bearing
Inspect wheel ends for endplay and noise. Replace Cabin Air Filter
Replace cabin air filter, if equipped. Engine Oil
Fluid - A/T (4F50N & 4F27E Only)
Change automatic transmission/transaxle fluid on all vehicles equipped with 4F50N & 4F27E. Inspect automatic transmission fluid level on all other vehicles, if equipped with dipstick. Fuel Filter
Oil Filter, Engine
Rotate Tires

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Ford Focus wiper motor problem (2004-2011 cars)
On early second-generation cars built between April 2003 and March 2005, there were issues reported with the wiper motor. Water could enter the motor through the arm spindle, and if it contained salt, could short-circuit it and cause the motor to overheat. This could lead to trim melting around the motor.

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Ford Focus cooling fan problems (2004-2011 1.6 TDCi estate car)
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Power steering pump


Whining may be normal.
Pulling fluid from reservoir may be normal.
But I would not expect the fluid to go back to the reservior when you stop.
Is it?
If so, you may have some trapped air or something.
Jack the wheels off the ground, and go lock to lock on the steering, several times, to bleed any air out.

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Changed 2005 ford focus tdci engine put in peugeo diesel in now wont start


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You will need to find out how to bleed the air out of the fuel system.

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Need info on a 2005 Ford Focus 2L TDCI


2005 Ford Focus L4-2.0L VIN N Hello your vehicle has a timing chain, you do not have to replace it ever... It was designed to last the life of the vehicle, unless you have a water pump, or a timing pulley or even a timing tensioner go bad, that is when you would service the timing chain. I added what your vehicle needs at it's 90,000mile service below, hope this helps... (subytech1)
blnk_spc.gif
Inspect Ball Joint
Brakes and Traction Control
Inspect brake pads, shoes, rotors, drums, brake lines & hoses, and parking brake system. Cooling System
Inspect cooling system and hoses. Exhaust System
Fluid - A/T (Except 4F50N & 4F27E)
Inspect automatic transmission fluid level on all other vehicles, if equipped with dipstick. Heat Shield, Exhaust
Steering and Suspension
Inspect steering linkage and suspension. Vehicle (Multi-Point Inspection)
Perform Multi-Point Inspection (Recommended by Ford) Refer to Routine Service. Wheel Bearing
Inspect wheel ends for endplay and noise. Replace Cabin Air Filter
Replace cabin air filter, if equipped. Engine Oil
Fluid - A/T (4F50N & 4F27E Only)
Change automatic transmission/transaxle fluid on all vehicles equipped with 4F50N & 4F27E. Inspect automatic transmission fluid level on all other vehicles, if equipped with dipstick. Fuel Filter
Oil Filter, Engine
Rotate Tires

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Need an digram of 2000 ford focus power steering pump


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Item Part Number Description 1 - Steering wheel 2 - Steering column 3 - Boot 4 - Tie-rod 5 - Tie-rod end 6 - Steering gear 7 - Steering gear to fluid cooler hose 8 - Fluid cooler 9 - Power steering pressure (PSP) switch 10 - Power steering pump 11 - Fluid supply hose 12 - Fluid reservoir 13 - Pump to steering gear pressure line 14 - Steering gear pinion extension

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