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DOINEEDAFOCUS1.6MK1

Budding Enthusiast
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About DOINEEDAFOCUS1.6MK1

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  • First Name Jay

Profile Information

  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model FOCUS MK1 GHIA
  • Ford Year 2002
  • UK/Ireland Location Hertfordshire
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000
  • Interests Classic Cars
    General Automotive
    Car Restoration
    Road Trips
    Computers & Electronics
  1. Revs Hunting 2000-2500

    Hi, My Focus Mk1 1.6 has only one lamda sensor pre-cat. Checked out yesterday on a snap on large diagnostic handbag thing costing way too much & requiring a gaolers size ring off pcb's for all manner of vehicles, simply stated NO faults detected, no codes logged. I however am having a similar experience whilst in the workshop difficulty in obtaining a smooth steady acceleration through 2500 - 3500 rpm. Air leak or something I suspect, so I don't think lamda will be your cause. I will be watching this thread to see if anyone can come up with a definitive answer. Just though my problem * having only one lamda sensor * might contribte to a solution by someone.
  2. New Too

    Just wish I'd used a spell/grammar checker b4 posting
  3. New Too

    "Hi, My name is Jay, I drive a Focus Mk1 1.6 petrol 2002, Panther Black Ghia and I am interested in getting my running efficiently & economically as possible, so why buy a Focus....?" Bought on a whim, changed engine, gearbox & driveshafts over past 4 months passed MOT yesterday. So my adventure begins......... ....................