Engine For 2006 Ford Expedition
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The engine for a 2006 Ford Expedition is a powerful and efficient powertrain option that delivers impressive performance and reliability. This SUV is equipped with a 5.4-liter V8 engine, which is known for its durability and strength.
One of the key features of the engine for the 2006 Ford Expedition is its ability to produce an ample amount of power. With a horsepower of 300 and a torque of 365 lb-ft, this engine provides robust acceleration, making it a suitable choice for those who may require towing or off-road capabilities.
Another feature worth mentioning is the engine’s fuel efficiency. Despite its size and power, the 5.4-liter V8 in the 2006 Ford Expedition is designed for optimal fuel economy, helping drivers save money at the pump without compromising on performance.
Additionally, this engine is equipped with advanced technology to
Product Description for Engine For 2006 Ford Expedition
(as of Nov 11,2023 09:41:33 UTC – Details)
Original Equipment (OE) quality link-belt type timing chain for exceptional durability and strength.
Advanced manufacturing technologies to produce precise-fit camshaft and crank gear sprockets.
Premium quality tensioners help to assure correct tension and operation.
Ideal for stock replacement and mild performance applications.
Direct Fit. Replacing the timing chain kit is very straightforward.
2 Timing Chains (122 Links)
1 Cam Gear (42 Teeth-Left)
1 Cam Gear (42 Teeth-Right)
1 Crank Gear (21/21 Teeth)
1 Tensioner (Left Upper)
1 Tensioner (Right Upper)
1 Guide (Tensioner Rail-Left)
1 Guide (Tensioner Rail-Right)
1 Guide (Fixed Rail-Left)
1 Guide (Fixed Rail-Right)
1 Timing Cover Gasket Set
2005-2008 Ford Expedition 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC VIN Code “5”
2006-2008 Ford F-150 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 FLEX SOHC VIN Code “V”
2004-2008 Ford F-150 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC VIN Code “5”
2005-2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC VIN Code “5”
2005-2008 Ford F-350 Super Duty 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC VIN Code “5”
2006-2007 Lincoln Mark LT 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC VIN Code “5”
2005-2008 Lincoln Navigator 5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC VIN Code “5”
How to confirm whether this kit fits for your vehicle
Try cross-referencing on the top left corner of Amazon site
Check product picture or product description, compare timing chain links and sprocket teeth with your old parts
If you really can’t confirm, please tell us your complete VIN Code, we will check for you accurately
What does a timing chain do?
A timing chain synchronizes the rotation of the crankshaft and camshaft(s) ensuring proper timing and allows the engine’s valves to open and close during each cylinder’s firing. The chain is located inside of the engine and needs to be lubricated by the oil in the engine, making oil maintenance important as well. Every time you use the engine, the timing chain is in use
When does a timing chain need to be replaced?
The timing chain normally needs to be replaced between 80,000 and 120,000 miles unless there is a specific problem. Issues with the chain are common in higher mileage vehicles. If driving an older vehicle, or one with close to 100,000 miles, it is recommended to look for symptoms of the timing chain going bad or failing.
Signs a timing chain needs to be replaced include:
Later model VVT applications will generate engine codes and check engine lights prior to engine rattle
Older, pre-VVT applications will generate engine rattle
Should I also replace sprockets and tensioners?
Yes, MOCA recommends that all components of the timing system be replaced at the same time. Using a worn sprocket may result in the chain not meshing with the worn sprocket, which could result in poor engine performance. MOCA offers a wide range of complete timing chain kits for majority of vehicles on the road today
Are these chains coming with timing marks?
Each chain has a Timing Chain mark for easier installation. When changing the timing chain or adjusting timing on a vehicle, understanding the timing marks on the crankshaft and camshaft pulleys is key to getting it right
How to change a timing chain
The timing chain is verified as defective or broken. The vehicle is lifted and supported on jack stands. The coolant and oil is drained
Removing the Drive Belt Components. The water pump, belt and accessories are removed to gain access for the timing chain. Oil pan is lowered
The timing cover is removed. Lube the gear before installing the new chain. Place the new chain onto the gears while aligning with the marks. Tighten the chain according to your car manual’s specifications
The timing cover and oil pan is reinstalled. The water pump, belt and accessories are re-installed as required. The engine oil and coolant are filled. The vehicle is removed from the jack stands
All the Components are produced under strictly observed and meet or exceed OEM performance requirements in Manufacturing and Material.
All of our kits will be tested with specific Operation Card before delivery.
Utilizes the latest in design and material technology, ensuring quiet and maintenance-free experience, link-belt type timing chain for exceptional durability.
Local US friendly after-service team to resolve your issues in time, parts have 1 year warranty.
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