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#1 Hstephen59

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  • Ford Model: Ford mondeo diesel estate 115
  • Year: 2003
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Posted 18 July 2013 - 04:26 PM

I have a 03 mondeo 115 tdci first time you go out it goes 100 yards then as you brake it cuts out restarts straight away then you go another 50 yards and cuts out again restarts straight away again then it runs all day perfectly ,I have had recon injectors fitted and fuel pressure regulator valve also injector pump at a diesel specialist ,but still does it after all that .has anyone had the same problem could you please give me an idea what the solution is

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#2 ppeter7

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  • Ford Model: mondeo 1.8/ mondeo 2.0 zetec
  • Year: 2001
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Posted 27 July 2013 - 09:54 AM

sounds silly but have you checked wire switches on brake and throttle as there drive by electric switches if 1 is catching



#3 mondeoman222

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  • Ford Model: mondeotdci edge
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Posted 01 August 2013 - 11:30 AM

hi i had a problem with a mk3 that i had the 03 115 bhp tdci ha d a inherent problem of the camshaft position seneor breaking down it is on the top of the engine held down with a 10ml bolt it cost me less than £10-oo two minutes to change and that cured the problem i hope this helps . mondeoman222



#4 stooge75

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Posted 01 August 2013 - 04:40 PM

Yes but some Mondeos are getting premature lobe wear on cam shaft so new sensor might not cure it.hope it does though




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