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elchicharo2000 01-06-2013 03:56 PM

timing cover
Hello everyone thanks for let me join ur forum, a have a problem I buy a 12 focus and the timing cover is broken some body take the cover out and try to start the car but I noticed the ballancer pulley no have a line how I put on time because the other people can't due I want to try thanks for ur help [8D]

Magus2727 01-06-2013 05:56 PM

Welcome to the forum!!

I am not sure I understand what your saying, you may need to be more clear and divide up your sentence structure better. This will help people answer your question rather then spending the time trying to understand what you asked.

So you have a 2012 Focus. Your saying some one pulled the valve cover off and adjusted your timing? and you want to put the timing back to stock?

I am not familiar with the 2012's and their function but unless a lot changed you cant manually adjust the timing. a Chilton or Haynes manual will be of a good asset and will give you torque ratings and the order to tighten it down.

amc49 01-06-2013 06:59 PM

Electronically controlled engine, you CANNOT adjust the timing AT ALL. Car retimes itself every time it starts up.

elchicharo2000 01-06-2013 10:23 PM

hello how r u on my post I said Timing cover no valve cover, the problem is went the other people take the balancer pulley they no mark the position for the pulley and now the car no run is sound like of on time, I try to put on time but the crank and cam no mach the position and I don't no how to move

anarchy0392 01-07-2013 05:57 AM

What?? Are you saying that the timing cover is off and that is the reason it's out of time? Have you tried goggling it?

amc49 01-07-2013 04:25 PM

That may be one of the ones with no keyway, the pulley can be put anywhere.........someone will have to reset it back up.

elchicharo2000 01-07-2013 09:15 PM

correct they no have keyway that's the problem I whant to try to fix can somebody now how thanks

elsolo 01-07-2013 10:07 PM

You'll want a service manual.

In a nutshell, you'll be doing 90% the job as a timing belt replacement on a car with a timing chain. You gotta get the tools to locate TDC, the tool to hold the cams in time, and new friction washers for the crank mounted sprocket and pulley.

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