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DaveHep

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About DaveHep

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    David

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  • Ford Model
    Mondeo Mk3
  • Ford Year
    2006
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Essex
  1. Yeah. Bigining to think that is the case. Maybe even camber issue on front.

    Anyway, cheers.

  2. DaveHep

    Hi all, Just joined forum and trying to find my way round on it! However, my biggest headache at moment is why my Mondeo MK 3 2.0 tcdi Estate wants to always pull to the left (only slightly). Too much history to explain here, but pretty much every part is new or has been replaced over the last year or two. e.g. New tyres, tyre pressures, bottom wishbones/ball joints 4 wheel laser tracking twice (one few weeks ago), all linkages new or are sound etc. etc... But to come up to date and forget last 3-4 years of trying to solve it...recently checked wheelbase lengths and found that nearside is about 6mm shorter than offside! Surely this shouldn't be? Anyone? I'm an ex-engineering draughtsman and 12 years Product Design instructor at 6th form college, and everything says to me that, that could possible cause the vehicle to pull slightly to the left..any thoughts? Thanks guys.
  3. DaveHep

    Thanks Emma. I'm new to these sort of forums, and clearly a bit dense!!
  4. DaveHep

    Biggest headache for me at moment is why my Mondeo MK 3 wants to always pull to the left (only slightly). Too much history to explain here. New tyres, tyre pressures, bottom wishbones/ball joints 4 wheel laser tracking twice (one few weeks ago), all linkages new or sound etc. etc... But to come up to date and forget last 3-4 years of searching...recently checked wheelbase lengths and found that nearside is about 6mm shorter than offside! Surely this shouldn't be? Anyone? I'm an ex-engineering draughtsman and 12 years Product Design instructor at 6th form college, and everything says to me that, that could cause the vehicle to pull slightly to the left..any thoughts? Thanks guys.
  5. DaveHep

    Hi all. Just joined. Got Mondeo MK3 2.0 tdci Est.. Done loads of biggish jobs on car (and others) for 40 or so years. Not pro, but hope I can help and also be helped now and then. Good to be with you guys. Dave.