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pat2l
hiya all hope someone can help, just had dmf and clutch done (£550) car starts and runs ok but if i take it up to just under 4000 revs the engine dies,starts up again ok and runs ok but the problem remains, no codes showing mechanic also scratching hiis head, hope someone can help.

Thanks in advance
mintalkin
first thing to check is that non of the rubber pipes have been trapped when the work was done and reassembled restricting air flow.
pat2l
hi mintalkin checked around but cant see any trapped,poked around on the forum and it seems it could also be a sensor on the blink more money i suppose,still tryin to solve it though thanks alot.
Podzak
4000rpm?
Which drag racing track do you use? :)
Z3 MON
4000 rpm is a bit high for a diesel mondeo, why are you reving it so much?
mintalkin
was this fault there before the work was done?
clueless chancer
I recently had my dual mass flywheel, clutch and starter motor replaced. As soon as I drove out of the garage the engine management light came on. Went back to garage, he plugged it in, fault code was fuel ail pressure low, and he said injector 3 needed replacing. I took it home, turned out a hose from the EGR valve had been torn in half. Replaced it for 70 pence, light went out.
Well worth having a close look under bonnet after having work done, you never know.


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