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kingswood

dodgy starting on mondeo

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i have a 2ltr tddi y reg 2001 plate and accquired a really annoying starting problem.

scenario goes like this:

insert key turn to lights, turn to start and nothing !!

turn key off and try again , it starts.

this can go for about 8 weeks then it's fine again. starts first time.

then just as i think problem has somehow dissappeared it comes back.

checked solenoid,starter loose connections on battery,ignition switch,changed battery in keyfob.

NO SUCCESS, ANY IDEAS ANYONE ???

ANYONE ELSE HAD THIS PROBLEM AND MANAGED TO SORT IT, YOUR HELP WOULD BE WELCOME.

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i have a 2ltr tddi y reg 2001 plate and accquired a really annoying starting problem.

scenario goes like this:

insert key turn to lights, turn to start and nothing !!

turn key off and try again , it starts.

this can go for about 8 weeks then it's fine again. starts first time.

then just as i think problem has somehow dissappeared it comes back.

checked solenoid,starter loose connections on battery,ignition switch,changed battery in keyfob.

NO SUCCESS, ANY IDEAS ANYONE ???

ANYONE ELSE HAD THIS PROBLEM AND MANAGED TO SORT IT, YOUR HELP WOULD BE WELCOME.

had problem with remote locking i rest the ecu no problems after that

reset the ecu

disconnect your battery leave it for 30 mins and reconnect

Make sure you know your radio code

Also you need to reset the one touch windows if you have them (without resetting ti you wont have global closing either).

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