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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 15:41 Thread Starter
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BMax 1.6 Petrol cambelt

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I'm new to the forum and I thought I'll ask the question. I've tried to search for the topic but can't see the answer in regard to this engine. I own B-Max 1.6 Petrol (64 plate). I bought it with a low mileage (27k) in Feb 2018 and to this date there is 38k on the clock. Soon I'll be traveling to work a bit further and because the car is already 5-6 years old I thought it will be worth to find out what is the timing belt interval for this engine? Is it the same 1.6 engine as one used in the C-Max (8 years or 100k miles)?


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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 16:24
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Not sure if this is the info you want, but it was all i could find easily.
https://www.pentagon-group.co.uk/ford/cambelts


Seems to be 10 years before it needs changing !

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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 17:46
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I just looked up on the ford etis system (where you can download the cars service schedules)
a bmax with 1.6 petrol (and auto gearbox) has the cambelt listed at 8years/100,000miles. also do the aux drive belt
so yes same as similar cmax
I think ford dealers have a 'menu' price for this too, but not for the 1l

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Extended Period Maintenance
Brake system
Every 2 years - Renew brake fluid (LTS 12 154 4)

Air conditioning
Every 3 years - Check temperature at the evaporator outlet tube. Check air conditioning lines for damage and leaks (LTS 34 619 1) (TSB 67/2002)

Cooling system
Every 10 years - Drain, flush and refill with Super Plus(LTS 24 122 4)

Camshaft drive belt
Every 100 000 miles/8 years - Renew (LTS 21 304 9)

Auxiliary drive belts
Every 100 000 miles/8 years - Renew (LTS 21 567 5)
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 17:57 Thread Starter
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Thanks a lot for the prompt reply.
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post #5 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 19:23
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Just to note, i believe the cambelt on the 1.0 ecoboost engine does NOT need to be re-newed.
Am i correct ?

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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 20:36
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as far as I can tell from etis..., the 1l
should have camshaft belt done at 10 years/ 150,000mile
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Extended Period Maintenance
Brake system
Every 2 years - Renew brake fluid (LTS 12 154 4)

Air conditioning
Every 3 years - Check temperature at the evaporator outlet tube. Check air conditioning lines for damage and leaks (LTS 34 619 1) (TSB 67/2002)

Engine cooling system
Every 10 years - Drain, flush and refill with purple Super Plus(LTS 24 122 4)

Camshaft drive belt, tensioner and idlers
Every 150 000 miles/10 years - Renew (LTS 21 304 9 / 21 306 5)

Auxiliary drive belts
Every 150 000 miles/10 years - Renew (LTS 21 567 5)

Valve clearances
Every 150 000 miles/10 years - Check. If adjustment is necessary, a separate order is required (LTS 21 213 5)

Visual body & paint check
Every 12 or 24 months depending on vehicle type and build year/registration date. Carry out during operations marked (+) above - see detailed Check Sheet - if applicable (LTS 54 555 1 +)
note etis data copyright ford though freely available in public domain.
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 7th April 2020, 20:41
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Looks a right pig of a job on 1.0 ecoboost. Crank is tightened to 500 nm. Crickey.
I suspect it might be easier to find a secondhand engine.

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 8th April 2020, 10:10
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And yet ..

https://www.ngfeurope.com/~/media/NG...20Feature.ashx

I think originally the belt was designed to stay for the life of the engine.

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