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Anyone have access to Ford Parts diagrams?

Not for a Ranger but for a 2002 Focus ZX5 2.0L DOHC Zetec. I've been having valve cover leakage issues.... This second v/c gasket set came with 10 grommets but my car didn't have any grommets when I changed the gasket the first time, and it still leaked after replacing the gasket. Can anyone on here post up or PM me a diagram that shows the valve cover/bolts/gaskets? It'd be greatly appreciated!
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I'll see if I can find it.

Try this, I can't really find it but it might be in here

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2383984/Focus%20Engine.pdf

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Thanks! I actually just came in side, I got it figured out. As soon as I pulled the cover again I saw what the problem was. The cover doesn't use those grommets, the first replacement gasket I got was made too thin! It was the same Victor Reinz part number as this one but the gasket was definitely different. The gasket was flush with the valve cover sitting completely inside the groove, so it was basically just the plastic cover against the aluminum head so that's why it was leaking again!



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