Question about 2000 Ford Focus
Well than it might be that something went wrong with the timing area, oil could come from one of the cam seals, the only option is to remove the top cover for the timing belt and have a look at it, as well as some engines have the injector pump driven by the timing belt or gear and it could have been as well your injector pump gone, it is difficult to say not seeing. If the belt is ok you're lucky if not than better get a new car cause to get this kind of a job done well costs more than the whole car. Let me know how it looks like or if its possible attach some photos.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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