Very Nice and Very close . looking good
Thanks!Very Nice and Very close . looking good
I did torque it to the final check with the crank pulley position bolt and crank TDC tool but without the cam tool in place. Not sure I would have been able to torque it down without doing that. I did whatever the torque was with an addition 90* turn. I had to pull out my giant break bar and it took everything I had on that to get the final torque.Stickie for reference.
Looking back a little, I'd be careful as you mention with final crank pulley torque with locating bolts in place. Tighten enough for location, torque to final then recheck might be better. Breaking tools with any slip could be a problem.
Yes! I didn't take pictures of that part, essentially the same process as any other 2.3 duratec. The oil pan is different though and doesn't have the markings on where to place the new sealant like the 2.3 pan. Just gotta follow a path and hope for the best. I haven't resealed it yet. Going to do that once it is in the car. Just want to do one last check in the car before sealing it all up. Paranoia at its best [scream]You did a bsd, Vince?
Pats is good. Didn't try the other key (need to find it but I will do that). I didn't Thats my thinking with the oil pressure and crank sensors. I'll take a look at grounds tomorrow as well.I doubt its the oil pressure sensor or the crank sensor,,,,thinking it needs to at least crank over. Ground cables/wires? IK you only messed w/ the engine wiring, Does the pats work? You try the other key?