My 2.9 Liter Ford Engine Won't Start?

Answer The Ford 2.9 liter engine is a six-cylinder engine that was used by Ford in a number of its vehicles including the Ford Bronco II. There can be a number of different reasons why your engine will no... Read More »

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Is the Ford Ranger 2.3-liter engine the same as the engine in the Ford Pinto?

Ford introduced the Pinto engine in 1974. It was used in a variety of vehicles, including the Ford Ranger. Also referred to as the "Lima Engine," because it was produced in Lima, Ohio, it experienc... Read More »

Is the 2000 Ford Focus 2 liter SOHC engine an interference engine?

The 2000 Ford Focus 2.0-liter SOHC engine is an interference engine. The timing-belt driven Focus 2.0 interference motor will suffer catastrophic engine failure should a timing belt snap at high RP... Read More »

What size engine is a Ford 5.4 liter V-8 engine?

A Ford 5.4-liter V-8 engine is the approximate equivalent of a 330 cubic-inch V-8. Every liter is equivalent to approximately 61 cubic inches, and you can convert this with basic multiplication.Sou... Read More »

How Do I Replace a Ford PCV Valve in a Four Liter Engine?

It is a common misconception that the positive crankcase ventilation valve, or PCV valve, is a PVC valve. PVC is actually a type of plastic used in plumbing pipes. The PCV valve on a Ford 4-liter e... Read More »