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  1. 1.8L / 2.0L Duratec Petrol Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    My car is a 2.0 16V 2005 saloon Petrol Engine, at 102 000 km. after starting the vehicle, I open the oil cap. A few drops of oil shot out together with air flow. Reading around on the internet, I think this is caused by the PCV valve, and PCV valve is important because they collect and return...
  2. Ford Fiesta Mk6 & Fusion (UK) Forum - (2002-2008)
    I have a 2006 Fiesta 1.25.When the engine is running and i take off the oil cap , im getting quite a lot of blow by. The car has about 80k miles and has been serviced regularly. This leads me to think that either the pcv hose has collapsed or the pcv valve is stuck. The pcv valve is in the oil...
  3. 1.8L / 2.0L Duratec Petrol Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    Please help! My 01 2.0 Duratec HE Mondeo is struggling. Bought it a couple of weeks ago, noticed its got a few engine issues. Symptoms: Consumed 2.5 litres of oil over 400 miles, varied speed and roads Stutters while idling at 900 rpm but only when warm. Idles at a steady 1400 after...
  4. Mechanical (Focus Mk1)
    Here are two videos on the common rocker cover gasket failure and the PCV hose collapsing (a common cause of gasket failure). On identifying and replacing the collapsing PCV hose: Enjoy.
  5. 1.8L / 2.0L Duratec Petrol Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    Hi, I bought Ford Mondeo mk3 with 1.8l duratec he engine. And I have noticed that car has been throwing blue smoke when accelerating from coasting (deceleration). I know that it's burning oil and it may be a stuck pcv valve, bad valve stem seals or bad piston rings. If the valve stem seals were...
  6. 1.8L / 2.0L Duratec Petrol Engines (Mondeo Mk3)
    Hello everyone, i've got fuel usage problem with my 1.8 Mondeo... I've read around and found it can be PCV valve issue. I have my car at the mechanic for flaps removal out of intake manifold and was thinking i would get the valve changed too... since it requires manifold removal anyways. I've...
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