4-cylinder Inline engine, camshaft located in the bottom of the engine block, the valves are operated by solid tappets, push rods and valve levers.
Fiesta MK1 to MK3, Escort MK3 to MK7
This engine is a further development of the very succesful "A-Kent" engine. For the 1976 model year, the Kent engine was modified for transverse installation in the engine compartment of the new Ford Fiesta. The engine has been shortened by 30 mm and the number of main bearings has been reduced from five to three. The engines were now called "Valencia". With the appearance of the third series of the Ford Fiesta in 1989, the new "HCS" engine was introduced. This further development of the "Valencia" - which was named Valencia-HCS (high compression vortex; high compression, swirled) - had a different cylinder head with modified combustion and intake ports, the number of main bearings was again raised from three to five.
The cylinder head screws need to be tightened in the order shown on the picture. Start with 50 per cent of the mentioned value and increase until the final value.
|Oil Drain Plug||25-35|
Firing Order 1-2-4-3
Distributer rotates counter clockwise
4-Cylinder Inline engine, overhead camshaft with belt drive, Valves arranged in a V-shape in two units in the hemispherical combustion chamber.
("Compound Valve Hemispherical")
Escort MK3 to MK7, Fiesta MK2 & MK3, Sierra MK2
|CVH 1,4i||52kW/71HP||F6E||01/89-04/94||injection CFI|
|CVH 1,4i||54kW/73HP||F4A||01/94-12/95||injection SEFI|
|CVH 1,6i||76kW/103HP||LJD||01/89-04/94||injection EFI|
|CVH 1,6i||81kW/110HP||LJC||01/89-04/94||injection EFI|
|CVH 1,6i||96kW/131HP||LHA||04/90-10/92||injection EFI|
Tighten the screws in the order shown in the illustration. Start with the first of the specified values and increase to the final value.
|Oil Drain Plug||21-28|
Cylinder 1 on the right hand in direction of driving
Firing Order 1-3-4-2
4-Cylinder Inline engine, DOHC 16V with 2 overhead camshafts. The engine block is based on the CVH engine. The camshafts are driven by a toothed belt.
This engine was introduced in 1992 as "ZETEC" and a had silver valve cover with the designation "DOHC16V" on the left.
From 1995 the name was changed to "ZETEC-E" and these may be recognized on the black valve cover with the designation "ZETEC16V" (also known as "Blacktop" in Great Britain).
Escort MK5 to MK7, Fiesta MK3, Mondeo MK1 to MK3, Focus MK1