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1993 Mondeo Ghia

Mk1 Adaptive Suspension

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Hi all, picking up a Mk1 hatch this week with the Adaptive Suspension feature. The indicator light is on permanently, indicating a fault with the system. It was noted as an "advisory" on the last MoT - obviously not one of the warning lights that has recently become a "fail", but I'd still prefer to sort it.

I've read a bit about the system online, and apparently each damper is supposed to click audibly when the ignition is switched on - can anyone confirm that?

If the system is beyond economical repair, can the dampers be exchanged for regular dampers?

Cheers!

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