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George Lawrence

Member Since 05 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 05 2013 05:06 AM
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In Topic: What Else Could It Be?

18 May 2013 - 05:58 PM

Jennie, do yourself a favour and have a leak off test done at a reputable diesel garage. I had the same problem as you and was advised to do this. It took me 9 months before I did this and wish I had done it sooner. This may save you a lot of time and expense in changing parts that do not need to be replaced. 


In Topic: 2004 Mondeo Diesel Flashing Glowplug Light??

14 May 2013 - 08:08 PM

Hi Guy's, I have had the same problems as you. please do yourselves a favour and have a leak-off test done on your injectors. this will not only save you time but also cash.  Martin my codes were read and came up with the same answer as yours, changed the pump and still the same problems. I was advised to have a leak off test as these codes can be misleading. ALL THEY ARE TELLING YOU IS THAT THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE HIGH PRESSURE FUEL SYSTEM. PLEASE HAVE A LEAK OFF TEST AND SAVE SOME TIME AND MONEY.  George


In Topic: Ford Mondeo 2L Tdci Problem.

08 April 2013 - 03:35 AM

Good morning Barry,

I have had the problems you are experiencing. Stoney is correct in the advice he has given you, like a lot of other guy's on this site they are very knowledgeable. Save yourself a lot of time reading all the posts and advice on this fault it get's very frustrating because there are so many views on what can cause this. Book into a diesel specialist, not fords or your local mates garage. Get them to do a leak off test and they should be able to determine the cause of the problem. the chances are it's not going to be cheap but it will save time and you can make the decision on whether it is cost effective to get it done. good luck and let us know how you get on.

Cheers George

In Topic: Injector Socket Size

05 April 2013 - 06:17 PM

Hi All, Got the socket and stripped everything back as explained in other posts. the only problem is, when I put the socket over the Injector, it doesn't drop down far enough to get a grip on the nut. Do you have to take the top half of the injector off first? ie the part where the fuel pipes, leak off pipes and the electrical connectors attach. any help will be appreciated.
Cheers George.

In Topic: Injector Socket Size

17 March 2013 - 07:55 AM

Thank you for that info, hopefully I can get it sorted asap.

Cheers

George