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  1. 1.8L / 2.0L Duratec Petrol Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    hiya I have a 2.0l duratec ghia with 125,000 miles. Im having an issue when the car revs up/accelerates it will hessitate and jerk (missfire if you will) between 1000 rpm and 2500 rpm. I know this isnt fuel related because it will rev up and accelerate from 2500 rpm upwards absolutely fine ...
  2. Diesel Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    Hi all I have a problem with my mondeo mk3 2,0 tdci 130ps ,it is 05/2003 prefacelift .I coded the injectors with Modified elm327 and forscan,before that the car was fine.After the recoding the car started to produce knocking sounds on acceleration ,but not at full power ,misfires when the...
  3. Diesel Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    Thought I should share this since results of changing internal parts in common rail injectors are few or none on the forum. The car that I have been operating on was bought as a non-starter. Problem was diagnosed too high leak off by performing the test described in the wiki. It was fixed by...
  4. 1.8L / 2.0L Duratec Petrol Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    Hello my dear ford owners, i am watching talkford.com for a long period of time(end a lot of friends of mine even if they dont have an acount) since got my mondeo(second hand, like new condition ,160k miles on it), end you have bean very helpful with your postings!thank you for that! End now to...
  5. Diesel Engines (Mk4 Mondeo)
    Hello! I have recently bought a 2008 ford mondeo 1.8 TDCI that upon driving developed a missfire that was so bad at one point it caused the car to flash up "engine malfunction" and stall to a halt. Upon taking it in to the garage (non ford) I was told there were no stored codes, and that it...
  6. 1.6L to 2.0L Zetec Engines (Mk1/Mk2 Mondeo)
    my mondeo starts fine but if you try to drive when cold it missfires and stops it takes a long time to start. if you let it warm up its fine. i have change the coil pack with no change. any idears.
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