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I want to add a tach to the dash. ( 2 liter split port engine ) is there a spot for the aftermarket tach signal wire to hook to on the coil pack?

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To my knowledge, a 2003 Ford Focus 2.0 SPi engine would need 4 quarts of engine oil (roughly 3.78 liters). Incidentally, the Ford/Cosworth Zeta/Zetec engine would be needing 4.25 quarts (~4 liters).

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well there is usually an easy way to tell....pop the hood and look on teh intake manifold usually it will say and should say 2.0L dohc or sohc ill check my resources and let you know if it doesnt tell you....let me know :)

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SOURCE: 90 civic aftermarket tach wiring

the bleu wire on your distributor plug is your tach signal

most engine

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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