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Engine Problems

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I have a mondeo 2.0 tdci titanium auto estate 58 plate and have had to replace the engine twice in the last 3 years,has any one had problems with the engines.The AA said there was a problem with the intercooler and burst the hose loosing all coolent

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crikey! I havent heard of anything personally that would cause the engine to die altogether, but the intercooler pipe doesnt surprise me.

How much did / would that have cost you (in the event of a warranty repair?)

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The car was out of warranty,Igot a recon engine +fitting £3300.The orther one hasn't been fitted yet.The recon was fitted November last year

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there's always the possibility the engine was due to a duff recon, so theres no guarantee on the issue being the car eating them? it is possible that its misfortune though...

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The intercooler,radiator and pipework was replaced by ford dealer.it was the intercooler that failed

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very odd! I really dont know of anything personally, it could always be an electrical fault that remained after the replacements? Unfortunately though, I would suggest if anything, the dealer may recommend a replacement of the entire wiring harness, best part of £700 and no guarantee of a fix!

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