Ford Sierra

Ford Sierra
1.2. Car identification
2. Maintenance service
- 3. The general data
   - 3.1. Cars with petrol engines
      3.1.1. Weights and transfer numbers
      3.1.2. Operational liquids
      - 3.1.3. Changes in a design of the car with 1984 to 1986 The engine A head of the block of cylinders The block of cylinders of the engine The Krivoshipno-shatunnyj mechanism A cranked shaft System timing An engine mount Cooling system
 The carburettor System of injection of fuel Ignition system Coupling A mechanical four-speed transmission A mechanical five-speed transmission
 Automatic transmission Ford A 4 LD A power shaft and the back bridge System of a steering with the hydraulic booster A forward suspension bracket A back suspension bracket Brake system
 The electric equipment The general data
       3.1.4. Changes in a design of the car with 1987 to 1989
       3.1.5. Changes in a design of the car with 1990 till February, 1993
    3.2. Cars with diesel engines
4. Engines
5. Coupling
6. Transmissions
7. A kardannyj shaft and the back bridge
8. A steering
9. Suspension brackets
10. Brake system
11. A body
12. An electric equipment A cranked shaft


In all engines sealing rings of new type with the additional edge protecting from hit of a dust in actually sealant were regularly applied. Simultaneously on the ends of cranked and intermediate shaft facets of necks are reduced.

The prevention

In case of need in the course of its installation it is necessary to replace extraction of a sealing ring of old type with a sealing ring of new type.


Since May, 1983 in engines ONS two types of pulleys of a cranked shaft are used: cast from pig-iron or shaped from a steel.

Pulleys differ by means of the signs serving for installation of ignition:

  – On steel pulleys adjusting signs cover corners: from 4 after ВМТ to 12 before ВМТ, and digital designations are located everyone 4 ;
  – On pig-iron pulleys adjusting signs cover corners: from 0 (ВМТ) to 16 before ВМТ and they are hyphens (digital designations are absent); everyone 4 the hyphen of a designation is deeper than the next.