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Location of timing pin plug 99 ford escort zx2 2.0 dohc

I replace a bad timing belt on a 99 ford escort zx2 with a 2.0 ltr dohc engine one step said to located a plug in the block and remove it to insert a pin to locate the crank I could not find it so I put the belt on in the same place as the old and now car runs badly, it it also has a p1383 code that keeps coming on??

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  • mystclzrd Jun 14, 2009

    what about the timing plug location??

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A p1383 code stands for (Variable cam timing over retarded Bank 1) Hope this helps.

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