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The Gardener

Member Since 15 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 05 2009 04:50 PM
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In Topic: Mondeo misfiring at low revs

27 June 2009 - 07:42 PM

if the leads are starting to break down(common on mondeos) a weak spark will be the result, before buying new plugs leads ect try gapping the plugs at 1mm instead of the recomended 1.3mm to see if there is an improvement.



I had same problem which turned out to be the coil pack.
My friendly local moto shop let me borrow ht leads and as this made no difference i put in new plugs still making no difference.
Then a banger racing friend of mine suggested the coil pack, 'about 50 off e/bay' and after fitting, this cured the problem.

Hope this helps

Simon

In Topic: Engine number

07 May 2009 - 08:12 PM

Hi all, Can anyone please tell me where the engine number is on a 2.0l (51 plate) petrol mondeo ;)





Not sure about engine number but chassis number is just below windscreen washers under bonnet looking straight ahead.
Hope this helps.

In Topic: sudden increse in high revs?

07 May 2009 - 08:07 PM

Problem solved!

Sticking throttle cable.
Also changed coil pack and solved problem with jerky acceleration.

Cheers All!

In Topic: sudden increse in high revs?

06 May 2009 - 08:34 PM

check all the throtle linkage for anything sticking, could be an air leak on a vacume pipe or a faulty temp sensor giveing wrong signals to the ecu.



Thanks for the reply!
Iv,e checked throttle linkage etc and all is ok.
Also when the revs suddenly shoot up i notice that the accelerator pedal becomes stiff, heavy?
Could the throttle cable be getting snagged, frayed?

One other syptom i didn,t mention was jerky acceleration and was told this was the coil pack, i,m fitting a new one tomorrow, could this be related to high revs i wonder?

Simon

In Topic: Mondeo back box

27 February 2009 - 06:55 PM

what size of engine and is it petrol or diesel?



Petrol 1.8 (x reg) Thanks