My 93 Ford Escort will not start, I have changed the ecm and it stil will not start, ..Prior to this the engine had new head gasket put in it along with new plugs and distributer pack, new cam sensor and crank sensor along with a new timing belt, several 100 mile later it started to sputter on acceleration then backfire threw the carb, rechecked the plugs and replaced spark plug wires, did not solve the problem. It overheated on drive and just stopped and shorted out the starter then, smoke billowed out from along the rigth side of th engine. new starter now i cannot get her to start, Replaced radiator then ecm and still no start. have good fuel pressure and spark. does not drag when trying to start. just turns over. check engine light is on, and the speedo does not work..any Idea's???? Help!!!
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A cylinder head removal tool is provided for removing the cylinder head from the engine block of an engine.The tool comprises an elongated bar made of tool steel with means for bolting the bar to the cylinder head and for mounting pusher bolts which can be tightened down onto exposed threaded ends of frozen studs holding the cylinder head. As the bolts are tightened down onto the studs the cylinder head is gradually lifted upward free from the studs.
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You can go to a shop that do this kind of work and find out. Mine broke the timing belt and damage the head. I had a used head put on It is not very hard to find a ford escort engine.Replacing the engine with a used one would be the cheapest thing to do but change the timing belt right away, You can do some research on line to find out how much a engine cost. You can call around where you live.