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Hewby45

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About Hewby45

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  • Ford Model
    Fiesta S Mk7
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Surrey
  1. Fiesta S Mk7 Lumpy Engine [Year 2009+]

    Thanks Adrian, much appreciated.
  2. Fiesta S Mk7 Lumpy Engine [Year 2009+]

    I don't know as I have only just bought it. I just need to know if it is usual for this car to be like that or not, Ford are saying it is.
  3. Fiesta S Mk7 Lumpy Engine [Year 2009+]

    it's done just over 37000 miles, serviced literally a week ago and does it when it is hot and cold, thanks
  4. Fiesta S Mk7 Lumpy Engine [Year 2009+]

    By lumpy I mean a bit of a murmur, not smooth like all my other fords have been
  5. Fiesta S Mk7 Lumpy Engine [Year 2009+]

    It is a zetec s, sorry! It's a 1.6 ti-vct. It's lumpy when the revs pick up between 1500-3000rpm, when the car is in neutral. You feather the throttle between 1500-3000rpm and its noticeably lumpy. Thanks
  6. I'm being told that this is normal for my car (by Ford), though I don't believe this is correct, has anyone else had issues or should I believe what I am being told? Thanks
  7. Welcome to the Ford forums Hewby45 :)