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2005 ford fiesta does not supply power to distributor after changing engine due to a bearing knock.

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ECM/PCM has to be matched up to engine. Talk to Ford service about it. don-ohio (:^)

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the cam sensor is in the distributor. The optical sensor in the distributor controls spark timing and fuel injector timing.

The knock sensor is under the intake manifold. DO not ever change it, even if you get a KS code. It will not affect engine performance and usually it sets the code due to broken motor mount, not a bad KS.

1999 is noted for the distributor bearing failing and the brown dust it sprays all over the optical sensor. Usually engine runs until warm and then acts up. Distributor is $200 on ebay.

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Hi. There are two main issues that will cause the engine to knock. The first will be the oil pump. If the oil pump is failing, or damaged, this will produce a low oil pressure state. Low oil pressure will cause the internals to not receive the necessary lubrication needed for optimal performance. This low pressure state will cause the rod bearings to ware, thus, producing this knocking noise. This will be accompanied by a low pressure, or illuminated oil light. The next issue will be worn, or damaged rod bearings. These vital bearings can fail if the bearing clearance is excessive, or worn. They will, also, fail if the oil supply is not sufficient. This inspection will require you to drain all oil and coolant, and the dropping of the oil pan, to expose these bearings.Worn, or excessive bearing clearances will cause a knock.

NOTE_ There is another issue that i should warn of. If There is sufficient sludge build up in this engine, due to not changing the oil regularly, or not administering scheduled engine flushing, this will cause the internal oil ports to clog up, thus, inducing poor oil circulation. This will damage the entire engine. If you have not had this engine flushed, i would recommend to schedule this , asap.

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