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Do you mean will it fit with no mods? I.e onto your original gearbox, mounts & wiring harness... If you have a cvh engine you can swap with a cvh, if yours is zetec then you can swap with a zetec of the same size, 1.4 & 1.6 cvh engines are the same, zetec motors 1.8 & 2.0 are the same, escort mk5 & mk6 chassis are the same except for the cosworth, hope this answers your question
You don't say much about the problem, but here's a trick used for hard to get plugs.
Use a old plug wire plug boot to pull the plug out when it's loose and to re-install the plug. Many times you can get a plug loose but it's not easy to turn the tool, that's where the old wire boot comes in handy. push it on to the plug you can turn it more easy.
remove the connector from the side of the engine then recheck for sprk if still no spark remove the top cover from the engine and see if mice chewed threw the wires if no then the coil is bad if you get spark with the connector off then the problem is in the tractor like a bad safety switch
Could be many things. First i would listen for the fuel pump to kick on whenever you turn the key on(without starting). Then if you don't hear it kicking on, check all your fuses. Especially the fuel pump fuse. If none of your fuses are bad, then your fuel pump is shot and you need to replace it. After that, if it still wont start, Check to see if your getting spark to your spark plugs. You can do this by taking the sprk plug out, and keeping it hooked to the wire and have someone try to crank the motor. As they are turning the motor over, see if you see the spark plug sparking. If not, then its your coil packs, or your vehicle is off time. ALSO, try changing the crank sensor. That could be why its not starting as well. Hope this helps, James Booth. Please rate this. :) And good luck with your experiance in trying to crank your vehicle. Have a good day.
You may have a bad spark plug wire or a faulty ignition coil. Use an oli car spark plug wire to run a test case to see if this resolves the problem. If only on one cylinder, trace the wire back to the coil and have it tested or replaced. Good luck
The voltage on the green wire must be pulsating when cranking/starting the bike, not steady. Confirm by similarly testing the voltage on the black wire on the left ignition coil. If the green still reads a constant voltage, then the CDI is faulty; to be more specific, most likely that the switching tansistor inside the CDI that drives the right ignition coil has shorted.
i would say module but havent a clue where it be ,never seen one of these cars before here in spain ,module could be inside distributor or under the coil or mounted somewhere else around the engine compartment
follow the sprk plug wires back to find the distributor, the center lead from the distributor goes back to the coil. if you remove that center wire and lay it close to a ground, see if it sparks when u crank the engine. if not its probably bad. keep your fingers clear the sparks will get you and shock you.