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xyster

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About xyster

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    Lee

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  • Ford Model
    Focus Zetec 1.6 TDCI DPF
  • Ford Year
    2010
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Northumberland
  1. power loss 1.6 tdci

    Yes and no, it depends on their knowledge I suppose, and a lot of EGR valves can be changed without having to code/calibrate them - I would ring ford and ask them to clarify.
  2. power loss 1.6 tdci

    I don't think they can just change the EGR valve. It has to be coded and recalibrated for the end points (fully open/closed) can only be done by ford iirc.
  3. Opinions on this car please?

    Nothing wrong with the 1.6 tdci engine. It gets flack soley because it's the most common Focus engine, and thus most commonly not looked after. i.e not keeping up with servicing which carbs them up and can end up ultimately causing turbo problems. I've had mine since 2010, it's serviced regularly and just passed 100k miles. Never had a single problem with it.