2009 Ford Fusion S 2.3L. Fusion, Milan & MKZ Service Repair Manual

2009 Ford Fusion.This is a complete Service Manual contains all necessary instructions needed for any repair your vehicle may require. This manual is written for repair the car, and provides step-by-step instructions based on a complete disassembly of the vehicle. from basic maintenance and troubleshooting to a complete engine overhaul. Manual Ford Fusion

2009 Ford Fusion S Service Repair Manual – Workshop Manual

2009 Ford Fusion S Service Repair Manual - Workshop Manual

Information on routine servicing and repair for the DIY mechanic, with tasks described and photographed in a step-by-step sequence.

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Fusion & Mercury Milan Automotive Repair Manual

ENGINE
The 2.3L (140 CID) 4-cylinder engine has the following features:

DOHC
Four valves per cylinder
Sequential Multi-Port Fuel Injection (SFI)
Aluminum cylinder head
Aluminum cylinder block
Electronic ignition system with coil-on-plug 4 ignition coils

The 2.3L engine is a 4 valve-per-cylinder, dual overhead camshaft engine. The engine uses a coil-on-plug ignition system. Cylinder block is made of aluminum and the bearing caps are integrated into the ladder assembly. An aluminum oil pan bolts to the bottom of the lower cylinder block and to the transmission to provide greater strength.

This engine is equipped with variable camshaft timing (VCT). The VCT system includes an oil pressure solenoid and intake camshaft actuator/sprocket assembly to control the intake valve timing. The camshafts are mounted in the cylinder head and act against valve tappets to open and close the valves.

Camshafts are driven off the front of the cylinder head by one timing chain. The chain is driven by a sprocket that is located on the crankshaft. Piston assembly is an aluminum piston with a powdered metal connecting rod. The oil pump is driven by the crankshaft via a dedicated chain that is driven by the same sprocket that drives the timing chain.