What does SOHC stand for in a Ford Expedition?

Answer SOHC stands for single overhead camshaft. When a Ford Expedition has this designation, it basically means that the camshaft is located in the cylinder above the engine's valves, enabling the engine... Read More »

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How to Change Oil on a Ford 4.0 SOHC Engine?

Every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, you want to change the oil and filter on your vehicle, to flush out any contaminants in the engine and keep everything running smoothly. In the case of the Ford 4.0l SOH... Read More »

How to change an alternator in a 4.0 SOHC Ford Explorer?

Changing your alternator in your Ford or Mazda Truck or SUV by yourself can save you hundreds in unnecessary repair bills.

How to Replace an Alternator on a Ford Focus 2.0 SOHC?

The Ford Focus can come with multiple types of engines, and the location of many components depends on the engine type. The 2.0 SOHC engine is one of the more common types. On this type of engine, ... Read More »

How to Change the PCV Valve on My 2001 Ford 4.0L SOHC?

The PCV valve on the 2001 Ford Explorer 4.0-liter single overhead cam (SOHC) engine is located in the back of the engine. You can reach it from the passenger side easier, though it is located near ... Read More »