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I have owned both personally, and I really liked both engines. The Zetec definitely has the power to do anything you want, and the LX was very reliable. I actually had a Green Focus LX Sedan, and that got me 186k miles on the same clutch no less before I traded it in, still no issues at trade in time......The Zetec was a hatchback, but I still got 140k on that before I bought a Silverado.....Great motors in my opinion.
pop out shaft and then remove seal with a pry bar, what i do is drill a little hole in the seal and screw a small screw into it this gives u somthing to pull againstit will be a bit stickey and tight but it will come out, then use the old seal to fit the new one.
all Zetec engines (2.0 DOHC) are NOT interference engines. There are deep reliefs cut into the top of the piston to clear the valves when they are fully extended. There will be no valve damage if the timing belt breaks on a Zetec engine.
sorry have no idea of what a 55 plate is ?? i always thought escorts had a cable and focus had a hydraulic system ?? please be more explicit ,but if it is the same as focus then its no sweat to change ,its a henrymobile and nothing is difficult to repair ,well it shouldnt be