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Hi guys does my 63 plate focus 1.0 ecoboost have a pump to cool down the turbo after the engine is shut down??

If so where is it located??

Thanks Steve 

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On 1.0 ECOboost Focus MK3 versions that are produced before 05-05-2014 the additional electric coolant pump is only present if the car is equipped with a factory fitted towing hook. 

From 05-05-2014 the additional electric coolant pump is present on every 1.0 ECOboost Focus MK3.

 

This is wat the electric coolant pump looks like:

 

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Thanks mate you're a star much appreciated doesn't look like I've got one 

Thanks Steve 

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If Ford later decided to fit them to all cars from a certaindate  there must have been a reason for that and that would suggest that there could be a good reason to retrofit that part to earlier cars.

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That is exactly why I retrofitted the electric coolant pump to my 2013 Focus 1.0 ECOboost.

The additional electric coolant pump system consists of the following parts:

Electric coolant pump. Finis 1763048. Part number CM5G-8C419-AA  
Bolt M6 x 14 mm. Finis 1381665. 
Coolant hose. Finis1853623. Part number CM5G-9V427-GD.
Coolant hose. Finis 1793564. Partnumber CV61-8B573-VD.
Wiring harness. Finis 1772607. Part number BV6T-14C361-AA.
 
I ordered all these parts from a German wholesale supplier which supplies OEM parts of most car brands. These parts costed me only €150,- which was considerably cheaper than a Ford dealer. These parts cost about €230,- from ford.
 
After the electric coolant pump system is installed the PCM needs to be reprogrammed with the correct software version to activate the electric coolant pump. For me this was not a problem because I own the Ford IDS diagnostic system myself. 

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Hi all,

Sorry to revive an old thread, but I've had a garage agree to fit the pump when I can find the parts, I've already booked it in to fit the mk3.5 hoses to my mk3. However they've said they cant do the PCM update. Does anyone know if the pump can be fitted, but without being configured until a later date? That way I can go and find someone to do it later down the line while being able to have all the components fitted at the same time as getting the new hoses and coolant tank fitted?

Thanks

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Another question around this if I can. 

Is the coolant pump needed even if we're conscious of idling the engine for a minute afterwords before shutting the engine off?

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Difficult to say really, obviously keeping the coolant circulating is good.  But idling a hot engine while stationary is just going to increase under bonnet temps overall so it seems a bit counter productive.

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Difficult to say really, obviously keeping the coolant circulating is good.  But idling a hot engine while stationary is just going to increase under bonnet temps overall so it seems a bit counter productive.
Thank you for that. Makes sense.

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