How to Troubleshoot Overheating in a Ford Focus?

Answer The Ford Focus uses a belt driven water pump to circulate coolant -- a 50/50 mix of water and antifreeze -- through the engine. As the coolant moves through the engine it absorbs heat generated by ... Read More »

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How to Troubleshoot a 1962 Ford Falcon Overheating?

The most common cooling system problems associated with a 1962 Falcon are engine overheating and slow engine warm-up. The Falcon's radiator stores the coolant under pressure, which raises the point... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Misfire in a Ford Focus?

A Ford Focus ZTEC engine uses a distributor-less ignition with two separate coils on the valve cover. Each of these coils fires two cylinders. This is called the wasted spark system, in which the c... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 2001 Ford Focus?

The Focus is an automobile manufactured by Ford Motor Company. Originally designed and sold in North America in 1999, the Focus is a compact car. The Focus is now in its second generation as of Aug... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Ford Focus Heater?

The heater in your Ford Focus works off of the radiator. Coolant is pumped through a heater core and radiates heat. This heat is then blown into the passenger compartment by a fan. While your heat... Read More »