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11-15-2012 12:46 AM
Eastwood I know I bring up a dinosaur post from the pas but there is no exedy zetec steel flywheels .. suuuuuuuxxxxxx
03-24-2012 04:37 PM
Steve Shaw Thanks Guys ... problem was that I ordered a ZF502, which is for my 2004 Zetec Engine Focus ZX5 , but I received a Box Labeled ZF502 ..... with a ZF501 inside..!!

Anyways ... returning it for the correct Part ... hopefully all will be good ...

Thanks for the Help !!

Steve
03-24-2012 03:59 PM
iminhell The ZF502 comes up as the flywheel for a 2.3 duratec, which there should be no issues with Crank Position alignment as the CKP is on the crank pulley with those engines.
Which to me says either this isn't on the car in you profile or you have the wrong year and engine, which would be a zetec (which has a CKP in the position you're describing).

I'm going to go with 'it's the wrong part for the application'.
03-24-2012 11:49 AM
1turbofocus Distance should be the same as stock or your going to have trouble

Tom
03-23-2012 09:34 PM
Steve Shaw Thanks Tom,

I did eventually realize that ... I put the old Flywheel on and as you say, it will only fit one way .... I still have a problem with the new one though ... it won't fit even after trying all the possible variations .... looks like I have a problem with the new Flywheel ..

Also, How does the Crank Sensor work with the new Flywheel ... it is much further from it... and I could shim it, but there does not appear to be any 'Trigger' to activate it..

Thanks for any help!!
03-23-2012 06:39 PM
1turbofocus It looks like it can be installed at any bolt hole placement but it cannot , if you look close there is only 1 spot that you can get all the Fly Whl bolts in

Tom
03-23-2012 05:45 PM
Steve Shaw
Exedy Lightened steel Flywheel Help

Hi Guys,

I am installing a ZF502 Lightened Flywheel on my Zetec Engined Focus.

I feel that I need to somehow line up the Crank Position Sensor?

However the Flywheel can be installed in multiple positions.

Anyone have any advice?

Thanks,

Steve

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