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Engine replacement how easy is it to remove and replace a ford focus 1600 I have knowledge of working on older cars but this is my sons and would like to help

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Is it a 2.0 dohc or singel over head cam they both are not to bad to change u can take them out the top just block up the tranny

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  • Jeremy Lamb Mar 03, 2009

    is it a 2.0 dohc or singel over head cam they both are not to bad to change u can take them out the top just block up the tranny

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