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R0peycar

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About R0peycar

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    Julian

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  • Ford Model
    Mondeo
  • Ford Year
    2009
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Somerset
  1. Mondeo 2009 Transmission Drone

    I have not had tracking checked as the wear on front tyres is even. Can't see how this might cause feathering of the rear Goodyear tyres.
  2. Mondeo 2009 Transmission Drone

    Garage has taken a look and the rear tyres are feathered, this is causing the noise. Thanks for the feedback.
  3. Hi Guys, I have a 2.0 titanium diesel hatch, 170,000 miles (owned since new). I get a pronounced transmission drone peaking at just 18mph and around 50 mph. Swerving car from side to side makes no difference, nor if I lower clutch. Have jacked up each side and spun all four wheals by hand but no obvious problem there, tyres all look good too. Anyone any ideas please on how to diagnose or likely source?