Will a 2004 Ford Focus 2.0 manual clutch plate work in a 2009 Ford Focus?
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Asked by Bill
Answered by CarsGuide5 May 2021
Although both the Ford Focus from 2004 and 2009 were both offered with a two-litre petrol engine, those engines were actually different in terms of their mechanical specification. With that in mid, it’s very unlikely that the clutch from the earlier car would be compatible with the later version. A quick search also revealed that the replacement clutch kits for each version of the Focus you’re dealing with carry a different part number which is a pretty good indication that there are differences between the two.
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