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fordmondeogirl

Member Since 11 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Oct 23 2013 11:51 AM
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In Topic: Mondeo 2L Tdci Fault - Help!

17 October 2013 - 06:12 PM

No I'm sorry. I will have a look if I get time but after yesterday I was too fuming with it to bother. I just kicked it instead. £1695 down the drain hurts :-(

In Topic: Mondeo 2L Tdci Fault - Help!

17 October 2013 - 01:26 PM

Thanks guys for trying to help me but I'm calling it a day.

 

I managed to get it home after an hour stuck in a small car park with my toddler in the car.

 

First I had injector problems, then a blow out now this.  I've decided it's cursed.

 

It's going on Ebay at the weekend.

 

Should anyone on here fancy taking it off my hands give me a private message.  I'm in Leigh Lancashire.

 

It's a 5 door 2004 Ford Mondeo 2l tdci 130bhp hatchback.  


In Topic: Mondeo 2L Tdci Fault - Help!

16 October 2013 - 12:27 PM

Tell me the trick and I'll give it a bash. I'm currently stuck in nursery car park until the damn thing decides I can have my accelerator. I'm ready to cry :-(

In Topic: Mondeo 2L Tdci Fault - Help!

16 October 2013 - 11:55 AM

Yeah I have the yellow engine light on and if I floor my throttle no response until it kicks in and yellow light goes off.

You can sometimes raise the clutch slowly in first or reverse & that seems to do the trick but it doesn't work all the time :-(

In Topic: Mondeo 2L Tdci Fault - Help!

16 October 2013 - 11:53 AM

when you say you have no throttle, you mean you can put your accelerator to the floor and the car proceeds to idle?
 
If you try to drive the car on idle (gradually bring up the clutch) does the car remain to idle and does the accelerator behave itself?