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#1 Mad85

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 09:08 PM

Hey all, this is my first post here and indeed its about my first ever ford. Its a 2007 Focus 1.6TDCI with 80000 miles. Since it has quite a lot of miles on it I decided to give her a timing belt change immediately to prevent any disasters. I ll be buying a Gates timing belt. I have a question about the water pump: I have found one from Comline. Is that any good, or is it better to get one from Ford? Or maybe any other better aftermarket brands for the water pump? Thanks a lot - hope you can answer me :)

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#2 dezwez

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 05:29 PM

Hey all, this is my first post here and indeed its about my first ever ford. Its a 2007 Focus 1.6TDCI with 80000 miles. Since it has quite a lot of miles on it I decided to give her a timing belt change immediately to prevent any disasters. I ll be buying a Gates timing belt. I have a question about the water pump: I have found one from Comline. Is that any good, or is it better to get one from Ford? Or maybe any other better aftermarket brands for the water pump? Thanks a lot - hope you can answer me :)

i always use a new water pump ever time i do a timeng belt and from ford to much messing if it fails at a
later date ;)


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