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#1 Ken davies

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 10:13 PM

Hi all, I bought a 2006 2.2 Mondeo Titanium mk3 in may 2012, since I bought it In the first month I had a coil spring snap on F/O/S, this was covered under warrenty, this year however I have had 3 more coil springs snap, F/O/S again, rear O/S and today F/N/S, I dont know if its bad springs or Im just lucky,lol.
When I bought the car there was just over 61000 on the clock it now has just over 68000, so its not like i drive it much, two of the springs have snpped whilst parked outside the house, which I know is very hard to believe, I have been all over the web, and my findings have come up with mondeo's hate springs, please can anyone shed some light on this

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#2 oilburner79

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Posted 08 December 2012 - 12:11 AM

Do you have many speed bumps in the area where you live? They are spring killers! Also did you replace with genuine parts?

#3 Ken davies

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 07:57 PM

Hi Darren,
Not many speed bumps, but when I do come across them I slow right down to go over them, I use my local garage, he orders them but I dont know from whom, I have been told to go to fords to get the springs then have my local garage fit them. This I will do if and when another spring goes. Vheers for the reply bud


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