Ford Focus Technical Service Bulletins for oil burning smell

I have a 2001 Ford Focus ZX3 that has the infamous "burning oil smell".
I've looked into it a little and tracked down these three technical
service bulletin summaries that address the problem.
Does anyone know where I can see the full text of the bulletins? And possibly more importantly, do they offer any real solutions to the problem other than "don't buy a Ford"?
TSB #14846 SOME VEHICLES WITH 2.0L SPI ENGINE ONLY, MAY EXHIBIT A BURNING OIL SMELL NOTED FROM OUTSIDE OR FROM WITHIN THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT. *TT (NHTSA ID #619329, APRIL 01 2001)
TSB #15163 SOME VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT AN OIL SMELL IN PASSENGER COMPARTMENT. *YH (NHTSA ID #624624, AUGUST 01 2001)
TSB #15343 CONCERNS WITH OIL SMELL IN PASSENGER COMPARTMENT. *TT (NHTSA ID #630262, OCTOBER 01 2001)
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Did you try visiting the dealer? NHTSA lists both true Ford TSBs and Ford Oasis messages (aka SSMs) in the TSB database. You can buy access to the Ford TSB for 3 days from http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirs/retail/default.asp?pageid=pubs_tsb&gutsid=pubs_tsb&menuIndex1r (or http://tinyurl.com/gnx55 ) for a reasonable price (around $10). They don't make the Oasis messages available there. If you are just looking for guidance, why not register at www.flatratetech.com and ask your question to the Ford support forum. Many members of that group work as Ford mechanics and do have access to Oasis messages. You could also buy copies of the document from NHTSA (never done it myself, but it is possible, but not cheap).
Regards,
Ed White
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