Yes, others have asked the same and suggest what has really been done is something to do with timing? No such thing as a crankshaft adjustment. Just service reception speak thinking I wouldn't know better...Am I the only one confused by a "crankshaft adjustment"? What exactly did they "adjust"?
Muffler = Silencer? Could I check that myself? What should I look/listen for?I also wonder if they checked the muffler bearing.
Am not an expert so please forgive me, but isn't that something that is set when the engine is built?"Crankshaft adjustment" = end play adjustment?
This could be plausible, but I haven't examined the manual to see if it's done on the Fiesta engine.
Yes, end play is normally only adjusted when the engine is assembled, either at the factory or at rebuild time. I looked at the shop manual, and although it specified the acceptable end-play range (.008 - .017 in), I didn't see how it was adjusted. Engines I've dealt with in the past have used varying sized shims, but I don't know about this engine.Am not an expert so please forgive me, but isn't that something that is set when the engine is built?
And I seriously doubt the dealer stripped the engine. I haven't even managed to get them to do a compression test......