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Disco73

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  • Ford Model Focuc 1.8 Style TDCI
  1. '57 Focus 1.8 Tdci Maf Sensor Fault

    Fault code is PO104. Mechanic cleared the fault again, no loose wires. Will have to see if it comes back on. I imagine it will as the code states its an intermittent fault
  2. '57 Focus 1.8 Tdci Maf Sensor Fault

    I think it was 104. Can check with mechanic tomorrow
  3. I hope someone can help. Fault code showed intermittent fault with Mass Air Fow Sensor. Mechanic replaced the sensor, cleared the fault. The warning light has now came back on intermittently and is now showing the same fault code 1 day later. Mechanic is going to check the wiring again but has said if it's not this it may need a new ECU. Any advice/comments greatly appreciated.
  4. Steering/suspension

    Thanks. I'll get it checked out.
  5. Steering/suspension

    I recently purchased a 57 plate Focus 1.8 TDCI 17k. When driving at 60mph+ the steering wheel wobbles left hand side and there's a slight vibration. I've not hit any kerbs etc. Could it be the wheel balance/tracking? I would appreciate any ideas on what this could be before I return to the garage.
  6. I recently purchased a 57 plate Focus 1.8 TDCI 17k. When driving at 60mph+ the steering wheel wobbles left hand side and there's a slight vibration. I've not hit any kerbs etc. Could it be the wheel balance/tracking? I would appreciate any ideas on what this could be before I return to the garage.