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  1. New

    Hello people i am just new and my name is Rooney157 i have Ford Focus 04 plate 1800 tdci
  2. HI i just bought a 04 Focus 1800 TDCI,when should turbo on it really kick in thanks,i also just changed oil filter and turbo not as quick at kicking in as it was in 2nd and 3rd now car feels better running but less power from turbo it doesen't really kick in till 3000 revs is that they way it should be can anyone help with any advice please and thanks.Also sometimes it feels like loss of fuel for about 2 seconds sometimes. Thanks
  3. Hi, Been lurking here for years, but now I've ended up turning into one of those scumbags who only post when they have a problem. Sorry about that, but I promise I'll try and stick around! I've had a 1.8 tdci 52 plate for 3 years, driving 80k in that period - loved it, but it got too old so I replaced it. Got myself a nice 59 plate focus, 2.0 tdci - love the car. Seriously - love the car, but I have a minor (hopefully) problem. In 5th and 6th, and to a lesser extent 4th, when 'flooring it' having say followed a lorry for a while at even revs (1500ish), when I go to overtake and put the pedal to the floor, the car will pull to 1800ish, then judder its way to 2100rpm. Depending on how bad it is, its either nothing more than a vibration as it pulls to a proper judder. It doesn't seem to have a massive effect on actual performance, but its annoying and certainly a problem I want fixed within my 3 month warranty period. However, I'd like to try the obvious first before ringing the garage. The car has done 50k, and obviously only 3.5 years old, however the usual suspects are all 'possibles' - EGR MAF Split intercooler pipe(S) DMF Injectors There is a very slight vibration when the clutch is pushed into the floor (checked when I'm stationary and feeling paranoid!), but I'm fairly confident the DMF is at least 'OK for now'. I don't really have any experience with EGR or MAF, though I know the ford standard intercooler pipes seem to have been made of cardboard, so that's always an option. There's loads of similar problems talked about on the internet, but nothing completely specific to my issue. So I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I'm probably going to have a play tomorrow, check the pipes and potentially clean the EGR if its easy to do - any advice on this also appreciated. Generally I wanted to check the obvious before relying on the warranty. Fuel consumption is around 48MPG, which by all accounts is all good. It had the fuel filter done at 50k, along with oil/filter. I know the fuel filters are a **** to change on some of these, but once its started, presumnably you're OK (so I can discount the garage doing it badly?). Thanks for reading, and apologies for the bumbling nature of the post as I remembered more stuff :P
  4. Hi There!

    Hi all, I am currently driving in a 1.3 Fiesta Finesse which I have had for just over a year and I'm just looking for some advice on things to do to my fiesta to make look a bit cooler and general up keeping of my wee ford. Thanks for reading!
  5. Hi Everyone New to the Forum Scene! Started restoring / rebuilding my 1995 Fiesta RS 1800 this week thought id post it up for everyone to see and also get some advice and feedback. Haven't got many pics of it before but have started to strip. A few Pics of the progress and issues so far. ------------------------------------------------------ Quick Update! Rear Subframe Removed & Cleaned up not to bad overall. removal of the brakes tomorrow and ready for paint! found a bit more rust! typical! Cheers :)