Ford was the first manufacturer to incorporate dual-equal variable cam timing (VCT) and this system is used on many of the Ford models on the road today. In this program John Thornton explains what variable cam timing is all about, why it is needed and how the system operates.
This class provides hands-on testing using a scanner and lab scope. John explains how the VCT solenoid works and covers VCT trouble codes. He shows you how to take on the difficult task of checking cam timing.
John also provides details on the dreaded P1381 and P1383 codes and presents a no-start case study. This program is full of information you need to know and great tips to help you tackle these systems.