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#1 zetecS57

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 12:00 PM

Hey guys,

I have a 57 plate Zetec S, 2 weeks ago the engine cooked on the motorway and when it went to the garage they found a manufacturers fault, so I'm getting a new engine.

Is there anything I should be worried about with this, or is having a new engine a completely good thing? Just wondering if any other fiesta owners had this problem?

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#2 vinnyvangough

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 01:35 PM

Shouldnt have to worry.
Depends what engine thay are refitting. It should be a brand new unit with 0 miles so will have to be run in and taken steady for a few miles.
Apart from that i think it will be a good think as you will have a warantee with the new engine and all work carried out.

Good luck mate and welcome to the club

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 02:26 PM

Shouldnt have to worry.
Depends what engine thay are refitting. It should be a brand new unit with 0 miles so will have to be run in and taken steady for a few miles.
Apart from that i think it will be a good think as you will have a warantee with the new engine and all work carried out.

Good luck mate and welcome to the club



Thanks mate!!

Yeah its a brand new one through the warranty agreement...so I am assuming it will be a 0 mile engine. Yeah i'll ease the new one in slowly...as much as I have missed my little car!!


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