Dayco has issued a warning on GWTV with concerns that workshops remain unaware that Ford’s popular 1.8 TDCi Lynx engines can have two high tenacity timing belt systems.
Widely used to power Focus, Mondeo, Galaxy and Transit Connect models between 1998 and 2013, the Lynx engine was initially launched with a timing belt for the upper drive system and a timing chain for the lower drive system.
However, in 2007 Dayco designed the world’s first belt in oil drive system with a solution to supersede the chain driven high pressure injection pump, as Dayco’s Glen Goldstone explains here on GWTV.
This video feature first appeared in GW Views.
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