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Hi can anyone help with this problem. I have a 2006 Tdci Mondeo Zetec 130hp, have had problems with the engine holding onto the engine speed when changing gear. After much investigation it has been found that the Cruise control is at fault, does anybody Know if this can be turned off, or as i understand it has its own cpu can this be dis connected or by passed.? Any helpfull advice would be much appreciated. Bobx1x :) Merry Christmas to all :D
I own a 2006 130 tdci 67,000mls i have had it since new. It has been serviced on time and uptill now no problems have occured. However it now is starting to hold on to the engine speed when changing up or down the gearbox it holds at about the 2000rpm mark and on occasions will accelerate slightly when attemting to use engine breaking. I have cleaned the Egr and Manifold, as advised by mintalkin but still this problem persists. What signs and symtoms do Knackerd injectors have on the engine. and are these likely to cause this problem, if so , does anybody know of a supplier other than ford. Thanks in aticipation of your help. Dave (bobx1x)
Hi, : :D I am new to forums so if i drop a fubar then please be patient. I need some help/advice. Has anybody suffered from the below problem, if so can you help this Newbie I own a 2006 130 tdci 63,000mls i have had it since new. It has been serviced on time and up till now no problems have occured. However it now is starting to hold on to the engine speed when changing up or down the gearbox it holds at about the 2000rpm mark. I am really at a loss. this is the second Mondeo that i have owned with the problem the other was a tddi with 180,000mls on the clock, so put it down to age and tiredness. So didnt expect this! Regards Dave Bobx1x