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  1. Hi all I'm new to this forum, just bought a Fiesta Econetic 1.6 Lovely car but there's a strange ticking noise coming from the engine when cold. Its a rhythmic tick tick tick tick sound, about 3 or 4 per second, and goes away when cold. Any ideas?
  2. Hi all, My father in law's DV6 MK2.5 is already causing problems and he's not had it 2 months yet! Generally speaking the car drives nicely (idles smoothly and pulls well etc) but often after a good hour plus on the motorway, the EML will illuminate but the car will continue to drive normally. Cycling the ignition has so far always cleared the EML. I plugged Forscan in yesterday and got the following DTC's (the DTC log is at the end of the post and judging by the description in the Forscan log, some of the DTC's weren't "active" anymore at the point when I ran the DTC scan). Forscan is nice enough to give potential reasons for each DTC but due to the large number of related DTC's it leaves quite a long list and I'm not so familiar with the subtleties of the DV6 engine. Do any of the guys with personal experience of this engine have any recommended starting points having looked at the description above and the DTC's that have been triggered. Incidentally I've cleared the DTC's and none have returned so far, although the car has only made short journeys since then. Also the fuel filter was changed 2-3 weeks ago, I plan on cleaning the MAF on Saturday with MAF cleaner and the clips which lock this little 90 degree pipe in place have been snapped so the "fit" isn't quite a tight as it should be (a small amount of oil mist appears to have been escaping) and I've ordered a replacement part which will also be hopefully getting fitted at the weekend. Is it likely that this possible minor air leak may have been causing all the DTC's below or is it more likely that it just isn't helping and the root cause will probably be elsewhere? Thanks in advance for any suggestions/advice. ===PCM DTC P0234-A0=== Code: P0234 - Turbo/Super Charger Overboost Condition Status: - Previously Set DTC - Not Present at Time of Request - Malfunction Indicator Lamp is On for this DTC Module: Powertrain Control Module Diagnostic Trouble Code details Turbo/Super Charger Overboost Condition unexpected high boost pressure detected during acceleration This DTC may be caused by : * Calibration data may be out of date * Vanes on the turbocharger sticking closed * Vacuum supply to the turbocharger not venting * The engine speed was excessive due to incorrect gear selection. Check to determine if there is a later calibration which addresses the customer concern. Do not update the PCM if the later calibration does not address the customer's concern. Clearing DTCs will remove all Continuous Memory DTCs this may reduce the effectiveness of running future diagnostics. if a later calibration has been programmed, clear the continuous memory DTCs drive the vehicle on the road performing a varied drive cycle, gear changing regularly causing low to high engine RPM, where possible drive up and down hills Read DTCs Are the DTCs still present? For further diagnostic information refer to the appropriate section of eTIS. ===END PCM DTC P0234-A0=== ===PCM DTC P0299-20=== Code: P0299 - Turbocharger/Supercharger Underboost Status: - Previously Set DTC - Not Present at Time of Request - Malfunction Indicator Lamp is Off for this DTC Module: Powertrain Control Module Diagnostic Trouble Code details Turbocharger/Supercharger Underboost unexpected low boost pressure detected during acceleration This DTC may be caused by : * Calibration data may be out of date * Insufficient boost levels do not necessarily indicate a bad turbo charger, and may result from intake (charge air cooler, charge air cooler tube, or silicone cuffs) air leaks, or exhaust (V-band, exhaust manifold, or Y-pipe) leaks. * Air intake restriction * Vacuum Leakage * Damaged or contaminated connector * Contaminated MAF * blocked vacuum hoses to turbo or wastegate * Check the PCM for the latest calibration. * check for leaks in the boost pressure circuit * Check vacuum and electrical connections to the EVR. * Check for vacuum leaks. * Inspect connectors for signs of damage, water ingress, corrosion, etc. * check the MAF for dirt and contamination * Check the vacuum hose routing; if you are in doubt, refer to the appropriate service literature. For further diagnostic information refer to the appropriate section of eTIS. ===END PCM DTC P0299-20=== ===OBDII DTC P0234-C=== Code: P0234 - Turbo/Super Charger Overboost Condition Status: - Confirmed - malfunction is confirmed Module: On Board Diagnostic II Diagnostic Trouble Code details Turbo/Super Charger Overboost Condition unexpected high boost pressure detected during acceleration This DTC may be caused by : * Calibration data may be out of date * Vanes on the turbocharger sticking closed * Vacuum supply to the turbocharger not venting * The engine speed was excessive due to incorrect gear selection. Check to determine if there is a later calibration which addresses the customer concern. Do not update the PCM if the later calibration does not address the customer's concern. Clearing DTCs will remove all Continuous Memory DTCs this may reduce the effectiveness of running future diagnostics. if a later calibration has been programmed, clear the continuous memory DTCs drive the vehicle on the road performing a varied drive cycle, gear changing regularly causing low to high engine RPM, where possible drive up and down hills Read DTCs Are the DTCs still present? For further diagnostic information refer to the appropriate section of eTIS. ===END OBDII DTC P0234-C=== ===OBDII DTC P0299-P=== Code: P0299 - Turbocharger/Supercharger Underboost Status: - Pending - malfunction is expected to be confirmed Module: On Board Diagnostic II Diagnostic Trouble Code details Turbocharger/Supercharger Underboost unexpected low boost pressure detected during acceleration This DTC may be caused by : * Calibration data may be out of date * Insufficient boost levels do not necessarily indicate a bad turbo charger, and may result from intake (charge air cooler, charge air cooler tube, or silicone cuffs) air leaks, or exhaust (V-band, exhaust manifold, or Y-pipe) leaks. * Air intake restriction * Vacuum Leakage * Damaged or contaminated connector * Contaminated MAF * blocked vacuum hoses to turbo or wastegate * Check the PCM for the latest calibration. * check for leaks in the boost pressure circuit * Check vacuum and electrical connections to the EVR. * Check for vacuum leaks. * Inspect connectors for signs of damage, water ingress, corrosion, etc. * check the MAF for dirt and contamination * Check the vacuum hose routing; if you are in doubt, refer to the appropriate service literature. For further diagnostic information refer to the appropriate section of eTIS. ===END OBDII DTC P0299-P=== ===PCM DTC P2196-26=== Code: P2196 - HO2S11 not switching correctly. Sensor indicates rich. Additional Fault Symptom: - Signal is Below Minimum Threshold Status: - Previously Set DTC - Not Present at Time of Request - Malfunction Indicator Lamp is Off for this DTC Module: Powertrain Control Module Diagnostic Trouble Code details HO2S11 not switching correctly. Sensor indicates rich. Low Manifold Vacuum on TMAP systems only. High Fuel Pressure This DTC may be caused by : * Air intake restriction ===END PCM DTC P2196-26===
  3. Hi all, As discussed on my recent other thread, my father in law has bought a late model MK2.5 1.6TDCi and as I'm (apparently) his "Ford Guru" it's down to me to source the service items (he's mechanically competent and happy to do the service himself). My Focus doesn't have a dpf so I've not had to worry about it, however his engine has a cDPF and it's the standard DV6 variant of the engine. My question (finally) is that I know Ford have specs for appropriate oil (FORD WSS-M2C-913-B, FORD WSS-M2C-913-C, FORD WSS-M2C-913-D etc) but the oils officially recommended by Ford don't have a C rating i.e. C1-C4 for "low ash content" and this seems vital to protect a DPF. It appears that although it's a PUG engine and PUG specify low ash oil Ford don't?!? Could the guys who have have been running this engine over the last few years confirm specifically what oil they use? Cheers
  4. Egr Blanking...

    Evening all, My car's manufacturer warranty is due to end in the middle of June. I've heard good things regarding blanking off the EGR valve to prevent the intake of burnt exhaust gasses, and was wondering if it's worth doing it on my car? It's a Euro 5 DV6 engine, however I've heard that the Euro 5 engine is sensitive to having the EGR blanked off, so if it's going to cause the engine light to come on every 10 miles then I won't bother. It has roughly 50,000 miles on it so far, and might be looking at trading it in within a year or two, so maybe blanking it off for that time period might not be worth the hassle.
  5. 1.6Tdci Non Runner 2006

    Hi guys, this is actually a Volvo S40 1.6d but it is the same DV6 engine used in the fiesta in a 95bhp version and also the focus.. The car was fine until the battery died. So tried to jump it and it wouldn't go. Managed to bump start it to get it home but the power steering, abs and lights were not working at all whilst I drove home 10 miles. The car wouldn't start again not even the click of the solenoid. Changed battery to a brand new Bosch battery and the car won't start. Everything else works now but the car won't turn over. The starter solenoid clicks but the motor doesn't turn. So to diagnose i did the usual things. Check fuses, relays and wiring etc. nothing was broken so checked the starter. I removed it from the car and wired it to run straight from a battery off a car and it works perfectly. So I reinstalled it to the car and it still won't work. I ran a wire direct from the battery to the starter so when I turn the key the starter motor turns. Sure enough the engine will turn over. But the car still won't start. Seems like it's cutting the fuel which makes me wonder if this is an issue with ecu/cem? I tried both key and I don't think it's the immobiliser. The only other thing I've noticed that also isn't working is the hazard lights don't flash when locking/unlocking the car. The red light flashes though on the dash. When you unlock the car the light goes off. Anyone ever come across this issue? I've tried everything within my knowledge but it's looking like a main dealer job. Any help is greatly appreciated! Cheers!!
  6. Issues Timing My Engine

    hi guys i hope someone can help me. i had to change the camshaft chain tensioner on my 2005 ford fiesta TDCI (mk6). After fitting the new camshaft chain tensioner I timed the engine correctly using the correct timing pins.(i also rotated the engine by hand clockwise through 12 cycles with no issues, everything was sound) Unfortunately after piecing everything back together i realised that i had forgot to put the cam shaft oil seal on!!!! so i began taking everything off again. fitted the new oil seal and again put everything back together. this time however i could only get about half a turn from the crankshaft i took the belt off and the crankshaft with nothing attached to it and it still wouldn't rotate. I don't know if the valves are hitting or getting jammed on something I've read up online that the fuel pump sprocket needs to be taken out then the engine should be timed and then put back in (apparently the fuel pump runs on a chain which is connected to the camshaft.) Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance guys!