Question about 1991 Ford Escort
Check the timing marks a be sure that when you turned the camshaft you do not advertently cause a belt problem. You should never rotate the engine or camshaft by the camshaft bolt when the timing belt is engaged, the lower drive pulley is smaller than the cam pulley so it become very easy to put a large torque load on the lower pulley by turning the upper one with the belt on, chances are you may have popped the belt a tooth, and the engine is no longer in time, if timing is not correct inspect the full length of the belt and replce if neccessary. Hope this helps, let me know.
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Fig. 2: Rocker arm assembly - 5.0L and 5.8L engines
* Apply engine oil or assembly lubricant to the valve stem tip and pushrod end. Also apply lubricant to the rocker arm and fulcrum seat contact surfaces.
* Rotate the crankshaft until the lifter is on the camshaft base circle (all the way down) and install the rocker, fulcrum seat and fulcrum bolt. Tighten the bolts to 18-25 ft. lbs. (24-34 Nm).
* Install the rocker arm cover(s).
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