Ford 2.0, 2.2 & 2.4 Duratorq - TDDi / TDCi
Following on from the success of the second generation of Ford Transit it was announced that a new generation was to be released, designed and developed in the United States by Ford using their ‘New Edge’ design with not too dissimilar features borrowed from the KA and Focus bringing the world’s most popular commercial vehicle up to date into the new Millennium.
Innovative and all new for the first time in the Transit range Ford introduced the first front wheel drive (FWD) Transit, this was available alongside the more traditional rear-wheel drive (RWD) option which Ford named V184 & V185 to identify - FWD V184 and RWD V185.
Replacing the now outdated 2.5 DI which was first introduced in 1984 came a new generation of ‘Duratorq’ Diesel engines which Ford code-named ‘Puma’ also known inhouse as the ZSD range produced at the Dagenham engine plant in Essex, now available as 2.0, 2.2 and 2.4 litre versions for the Transit
Here is the Engine Torque setting for the Ford Transit 2.2 RWD - 2.2 TDCi Tightening Torques