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  1. Suspension/Wheels/Brakes/Steering (Mk3 Mondeo)
    On renewing the brake push-rod boot and seal, which is the reason I did this job. You have to remove the pedals assembly bracket to get access, which I did in separate videos, so find them elsewhere on here or as linked on YT. Also the part #s for the boot & seal are in the YT description. No...
  2. Mechanical (Focus Mk3)
    Hi all, My car is a bit poorly. I was travelling back from the Peak District yesterday, changed down and something went 'ping'. I stopped and had a look a the clutch and it was an inch and a half higher than usual, above the level of the brake pedal. Managed to drive it home fine, start stop...
  3. 1.6L to 2.0L Zetec Engines (Mk1/Mk2 Mondeo)
    Do any of you know how to fix this? the pedal is a little loose, I can move it up and down without moving the cable. (watch the video)
  4. Suspension/Wheels/Brakes/Steering (Mk3 Mondeo)
    I've got the situation where the brake pedal is stiff and has no servo/vac assistance (as you have to put your foot down really hard to get any braking) if the car has been left overnight and before you start the engine. Once the engine is going or if it's only been left a while then the brakes...
  5. Mechanical (Focus Mk1)
    This is my first Ford Focus Mk1, a 1.8 TDCI Zetec so I am not sure if its normal. While I was sitting at a junction with the engine running I had my foot on the brake and it slowly sank to the floor. The brake still worked as I was on an incline but it still concerns me. I have tested it again...
  6. Mechanical (Mk2 Focus)
    hello, i have recently purchased a 60 plate (late 2010) ford focus zectec s 2.0l TDCi, comparing it to previous cars i have owned, i have noticed during quick shifts the clutch pedal is slow to return (ie slower than my foot). during normal driving it can not be noticed as there isnt rapid...
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