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#1 stoop44

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 11:56 AM

hi, having problem with 09 mondeo 2.0 petrol not starting. has been slightly hard to start some mornings over recent month or so and now wont start at all. cant hear pump buzz when ignition switched on. fuse checked out ok. now is the fuel filter built into the pump and does the tank need to be dropped to access the pump? also is pump available from anywhere except ford?



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#2 reubmeg

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Posted 30 September 2013 - 11:22 AM

I am having the same problem with my 2008, and it's not the first time... Happened about six months ago, and now it's happened again, and the garage is saying I only had a three month warranty!

I can tell you that the filter is built in to the pump, at least on my 2.3 (I assume the 2.0 will be the same). I have also been told that running with the tank almost empty can cause this to happen, since it is the fuel in the tank that keeps the pump from overheating.

This time I'd like to try replacing it myself, with a second-hand part, so if you managed to figure out how to access the pump, any advice would be much appreciated!

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Posted 30 September 2013 - 06:12 PM

Ford only part and the tank must be dropped to access the pump. im.told sometimes a wonky fuel gauge is also a sign of the pump failing.

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 04:02 PM

Just a follow up incase anyone else has this problem. It turns out there is a small loom about 12" long that runs over the rear subframe from the pump to the main loom (about £7 from Ford). This over time shakes about and gives a bad connection which in turn eventually can burn out the pump. Best to check the connector block pins on this small loom as a first port of call. You might be lucky and just have to replace this short loom unlike me!! We replaced two pumps before finding this. Hope this helps.



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Posted 16 February 2014 - 04:26 PM

Thanks for the info, any chance you can tell me where I access that loom from? I'd like to check it out since my pump is still occasionally misbehaving! Also do you have the part number?
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#6 stoop44

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 07:06 PM

Sorry dont have a part no. and the only way to access the loom is from underneath. You can get at it if the cars rear is jacked up high enough. Its drivers side. This small loom connectors give alot of grief on the diesels too apparently.



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