The Ford Zetec was manufactured from the early 1990's and is a conventional four cylinder engine comprising of a five main bearing cast iron block, a twin--cam 16 valve alloy cylinder head, hydraulic cam-followers and a conventional cam-belt. It is available in three sizes, 1.6ltr, 1.8ltr & 2.0ltr.
There is also a 1.25ltr Zetec fitted to some Fiesta's but these are merely a re-badged Mazda engine and so bare no resemblance to the larger Zetecs.
Thanks to Ford standardising the bell housing size and bolt pattern across there range of engines and gearboxes, the Zetec can be mated up to most Ford gearboxes but care must be taken when selecting a flywheel.
All versions came with full electronic engine management and fuel injection. There were no carburettor options and there is no distributor drive.
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