Question about 1996 Ford Escort 4 Door
There are a couple of marks you can look for do you have a 16v or an 8 v if its a 16v you need to line up the two marks on your cams with each other and piston number one must be on "tdc" then just turn your engine by hand a couple of time to make sure the cam timing is in the right place but your problem sounds more like a broken sensor to me it is called limping mode when your ecu detects a problem on your electrical system it limts our prformance to not damage your engine .normaly if your timing s out your car would not sart or if it does it will missfire and drive like it is running on three cylinders
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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