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#1 VIPERS FAN

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 08:40 PM

hi guys i am after a little bit of advice i own a mondeo 1.8 duratec he. the engine is knackard and i was wondering if you can do a straight swap a 1.8 engine for another 1.8 engine and would i need the ecu or any other parts to go with the new engine.also would a 2 litre engine go straight in with out any problems any advice would be great

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 08:31 PM

hi guys i am after a little bit of advice i own a mondeo 1.8 duratec he. the engine is knackard and i was wondering if you can do a straight swap a 1.8 engine for another 1.8 engine and would i need the ecu or any other parts to go with the new engine.also would a 2 litre engine go straight in with out any problems any advice would be great

thanks phil

Hi Phil. I can't talk directly about the 1.8 HE, but I have just changed my 2.0 HE engine in my MK3. I swapped like for like on just the engine and all went well. I am using the sensors that came on the replacement engine and the thing fired straight up and is working well. I would guess that you could swap like for like with no problems. Thx Antony.

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Posted 04 December 2010 - 12:20 PM

Hi guys I have eventually bought a 2.0 litre engine for my originally 1.8 mk3 mondeo just wondering if I need to use my injectors off my. 1.8 engine or can I just plug in and use the injectors that came with the 2.0litre engine. I have had the car turning over but i am unable. To start the car any ideas would be a great help. .thanks Phil


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