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Anska

Well Known Clutch Issues On Mk4 Mondeo Zetec (2010)?

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Hiya, just got my car back from the garage after £1100 work fixing a new clutch and flywheel.

My mondeo zetec (2010) Tdci only has 35000miles on the clock.

Is this normal?

Has anyone else had unexpected clutch failures?

Is it a well known problem of mondeos?

Thanks for your help and input

Anska

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Cant say I have heard of it to be honest...

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Thanks for the reply Jeebowhite, just me being unlucky then? I hope nothing else goes wrong like this - I can't afford it!

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Hiya, just got my car back from the garage after £1100 work fixing a new clutch and flywheel.

My mondeo zetec (2010) Tdci only has 35000miles on the clock.

Is this normal?

Has anyone else had unexpected clutch failures?

Is it a well known problem of mondeos?

Thanks for your help and input

Anska

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It is a problem on mk4 mondeo due to factory fitted dmf around 30.000 miles it's not just you I know of this problem happening a lot on mk4 tdci

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Do the problems still exist on brand new ones?

I'm due to get mine in a few weeks and 30k miles will come up in a little over a year

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It has happened to new ones but it Dosent happen to all if it does happen it is best to replace them with luc parts as they appear to be a lot stronger

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It has happened to new ones but it Dosent happen to all if it does happen it is best to replace them with luc parts as they appear to be a lot stronger

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Thanks guys. Italiot - is there a post/website where a lot have people have complained about replacing clutch and flywheel at 30-40k that you know of?

Thanks

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