OHV engine with camshaft located in the engine block. Cast iron engine block and cylinder heads. The camshaft and an axuliary shaft are driven by spur gears. The valves are operated by solid tappets, push rods and valve levers.
P4, P5, P6, P7, Capri MK1, Transit MK1
Factory installed was the "Open Deck" engine which had free-standing cylinder liners and a open water jacket.
The matching "Open Deck" cylinder heads had a spark plug thread length of 12,7mm.
In November 1967, the so-called "closed deck" engines were introduced. These can be identified by their spark plug thread length of 19,0mm.
|V4 1,2l||33kW / 45HP||2||09/66-11/67||LC-engine, "Open Deck"|
|V4 1,2l||33kW / 45HP||PX||11/67-05/68||LC-engine, "Closed Deck"|
|V4 1,3l||37kW / 50HP||3||09/66-11/67||LC-engine, "Open Deck"|
|V4 1,3l||37kW / 50HP||JX||11/67-05/70||LC-engine, "Closed Deck"|
|V4 1,3l||39kW / 53HP||3H||09/66-11/67||HC-engine, "Open Deck"|
|V4 1,3l||39kW / 53HP||JY||11/67-05/70||HC-engine, "Closed Deck"|
|V4 1,5l||40kW / 55HP||L5||08/66-11/67||LC-engine, "Open Deck"|
|V4 1,5l||40kW / 55HP||EX||11/67-05/70||LC-engine, "Closed Deck"|
|V4 1,5l||48kW / 65HP||5||08/66-11/67||HC-engine, "Open Deck"|
|V4 1,5l||48kW / 65HP||EY||11/67-05/70||HC-engine, "Closed Deck"|
|V4 1,7l||51kW / 70HP||8||08/66-11/67||HC-engine, "Open Deck"|
|V4 1,7l||55kW / 75HP||MY||09/68-05/70||HC-engine, "Closed Deck"|
Tighten the screws in the order shown in the illustration. Start with about half of the specified value and increase to the final value.
|Oil drain plug||21-28|
Cylinder 1 front right in the direction of driving
Firing order 1-3-4-2
Ignition distributor rotates clockwise