1.0L Ecoboost 3-cylinder Ford Firing Order and spark plug gap
Ford 1.0L 3-cylinder spark plug gap
Torque: 9-10 ft-lbs.
NOTE: Spark plug number, gap and torque may vary by model year. Confirm with your owner’s manual or shop manual
Ford 1.0L 3-cylinder Engine specifications
Cylinder block material Cast Iron
Cylinder head material Aluminum
Fuel type Gasoline
Fuel system Direct fuel injection
Number of cylinders 3
Valves per cylinder 4
Valvetrain layout DOHC
Bore, mm 71.9 mm (2.83 in)
Stroke, mm 82.0 mm (3.22 in)
Displacement, cc 999 cc (61.0 cu in)
Type of internal combustion engine Four-stroke, turbocharged
Compression Ratio 10.0:1
Power, hp 100-125 hp (74-92 kW)/ 6,000
Torque, lb ft 130-150 lb-ft (170-200 Nm)/ 1,500-4,000
Engine weight 213 lbs (97 kg)
Firing order 1-2-3
Ford 1.0L 3-cylinder oil specifications
Engine oil weight SAE 5W-20
Engine oil capacity, liter 4.1
Oil change interval, mile 9,000 (15,000 km) or 12 month
Ford 1.0L 3-cylinder applications
Ford Transit Courier
Ford 1.0L 3-cylinder reliability
This is a direct injection engine so it is susceptible to carbon buildup on the intake valves since gas is not injected onto the back of the valves. So an upper intake valve cleaning is recommended since carbon buildup can cause a lack of power and misfires.
Engines produced before 2014 experienced issues with the lower coolant hose rupturing and dumping all the engine coolant even though the temperature sensor showed normal temps. The hose was redesigned in 2014.
Older engines may experience issues with low fuel pressure. The high-pressure fuel pump is driven off the camshaft. Cam bucket wear can cause low fuel pressure. Replacing the worn cam bucket is the fix.
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