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pragmatix

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About pragmatix

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    Too much time on the boards
  • Birthday 11/13/1953

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    Pete

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    Male
  • Ford Model
    Mondea 2Ltr Tdci Titianium Estate
  • Ford Year
    2009
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Perthshire
  • Annual Mileage
    10,001 to 15,000
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  1. Max with good body £1100 plenty about for that money
  2. 125k or 10 years, not needed yet
  3. I think it was just the seal that was revised
  4. It's worth checking with your local Ford dealer for service prices some do a deal on older cars mine does basic service is £125 that's just oil change, oil filter and air filter the bigger service is £175 that adds in fuel filter and cabin filter, on top,of that I get a years full AA cover. in any case I would go for all filters and oil change
  5. An engine swap doesn't require type approval, that is only for radically modified vehicles
  6. Physically it's possible but the electrics may be the sticking point, I don't know how different they are
  7. You can use 7mm internal bore silicone fuel pipe.
  8. What engine is in the mk4?
  9. They do indeed connect to the DPF pressure sensor, but normally if the have burnt through you will get the EML showing on the dash
  10. Apparently, according to my local Ford dealer it's a software fault and the only way to upgrade/refresh the software is via thier computer, could do it myself if I had a USB port, not paying £60 to connect to the computer then anything from £30-90 on top
  11. Apparently, according to my local Ford dealer it's a software fault and the only way to upgrade/refresh the software is via thier computer, could do it myself if I had a USB port, not paying £60 to connect to the computer then anything from £30-90 on top
  12. I've just had mine done my dealer said do it at the same time, also make sure they do both timing belts there a wet one too
  13. The Haynes Mondeo 03-07 manual no4619 covers your car.
  14. Glad your getting it sorted, hope you recover soon.
  15. You need the security code have you checked in your handbook for this, a Ford dealer will be able to get the code for you normal charge is £15 as to wether your disconnect has worked who knows seems like snake oil to me in most cases.