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    Ford Fiesta 1,0 Ecoboost 125hp
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  1. Thanks for the correct part number! Was there an instructions how to apply them? I think I need to order these to a new turbo... My turbo will be replaced on monday along with the cooling hose with metallic rusty pipe (exists if vehicle is made before 5/2014). Ford covers 1/3 of costs. 1100 € total cost and I pay 770€. My car is driven 152000 km and the latest Ford service is 60000 km.
  2. The part number 159594 is not recognized by any seller. The 1594600 is correct. Any1 have the correct number? Mine is bad. 151000 km build 2013/11 125 hp version
  3. I hear only the "ching" noise there in the beginning but I have my laptop speakers only available at the moment... I have auto-HVAC which makes sounds when it's moving the flaps inside the dash. I see you have manual but it still can have some electronic control from the HVAC panel.
  4. Dont remember exactly but 2013 was the year. Engineering number was C1B19H307AC new was C1B19H307AE.
  5. Its the new one there with yellow protection cap in it. It was 85400 kilometers approx. I said in my previous post that its easy... I have to correct that its easy mechanical work. Just takes a lot of time. My work was completed in just under 4 hours. Heres all other pics I took. So tank without the fuel pump and old (dirty) and new pump next to each other. Here's a short instruction. 1) Lift vehicle up (jacks do well if you cannot use proper lifter) 2) From the rear side loose the filling pipe and the ventilation pipe. They rubber hose part is easiest, its tightened with onetime usable tightener whoch I afterwards replaced one with 7 mm screw in it (sorry for the wrong terms). From these two you can remove all fuel from the tank with pipe to lower the weight. 3) Tank is strapped with 2 straps which are tightened with common bolt in the front end. So start loosening these bolts but leave at least one finger tight. I say that this one should be the common bolt in front. In the starps there are heat cover attached and in front cable for handbrake remove these too. Bend the heat covers carefully out of way (can be bend back easily). 4) When backend bolts are loose ask a help from a friend to hold the tank for you and release the fuel pump fuel line and the electric connector. 5) Loosen the front bolt. There is still one fuel line for the fume canister (LHDriven front left side) coming from front. There is a second one too but it goes in top of the tank so just remove the one coming from front (motor). To do this you have propably lower the tank 10-15 cm (1/2 feet...? :) so again extra pair of hands are recommended. 6) Twist, turn, curse the fuel in your hands, lower and tadaa... tank in the floor. 7) Plastic tightener (huge nut badically) is verrrry tight. Use special tool for this or use hammer and wood clap like I or something similar to knock the nut slowly. Thats it. Then just turn the old pump out (I had new seal too) and replace it. Mark carefully where the fuel connector points. First tighten the nut by hand and keep the connector in right place. Then use the tool or knock :P There is a arrow in the nut and text "min" & "max" in the tank. Tighten the rest between those two and start planning how to get tank back to the vehicle....
  6. Fuel tank removed and fuel pump replaced today. Its running again \o/ Fairly easy to replace no special tools are needed. For the fuel pump tightener I used piece of wood and a hammer to screw it open. Special tool is much faster though.
  7. Its definetly fuel pump buzz since mine is not running even when current is plugged to it with piece of wire to the pump relay socket. If there is a fault code active from throttle body maybe the motor ECU won't give the initial priming signal to the fp relay. I'm still waiting for the pump/tank assembly to arrive...
  8. Hi, Was giving my Fiesta a spin and after starting the engine normally after short drive to head back home it stopped during acceleration. Was about to change from 2nd gear to 3rd right in the first acc. after start the engine started to lose power and shake. So I drove it with neutral to parking space and tried to restart. The engine started running for like 2 seconds and after restarting 5 times did not ran just start. I noticed that the fuel pump buzz could not be heard (when driver door is opened after being parked ~10 min or more). So checked the fuse and relay all ok. I used a wire to replace the relay but no fuel pump running. I read the fault codes. The were 3 but one remained after clearing them which is P053F. Engine was cold after night which explains this code. Another code was there but warm start fuel pressure. Now I ordered new fuel pump yesterday. This whole thing happened friday :) Fuel tank needs to be dropped down to replace it. I'm pretty sure thats the thing with my Fiesta. I red about those 500 miles 5 days old fuel pump problems.. I have 84500 km. I'll keep you posted whats going on if someone has this problem too. Pic in Finnish. Here's the translation: P053F Engine cold start fuel pressure, performance. Signal amplitude too low. Active.
  9. Still no leaks so the valve cover had a minor leak from the seam. Nice and dry.
  10. Well today it's done and I have new valve cover. No leaking yet but just 100 km driven. Next week we are more wise I drive about 500km/week. Dealer said that they noti ced that it was broken. That O ring swelling next to water pump is more common and more expensive to repair... for the new valve cover new cover, gasket and few bolts are needed. Here is a picture for the cover spare part number if some one needs it (CM5G6K271CL). My old had CM5G6K271CJ.
  11. Mine had the cam pos. sensor (intake manifold side) replaced and again some cleaning few weeks ago, just like a in the first posts. Did not help. It's going back under for more research, this time the valve cover is atleast replaced and some checking on the timing belt and the engine cover itself. I'll get back when it's done.
  12. Hello all! I noticed this thread via google when I searched about oil leaks with 1,0 litre Ecoboost engines. I have Fiesta MY2014 with Cold area specs (what are they? :-) ) registered in Finland. The first picture in this topic was similar to oil leak my Fiesta had. Timing belt cover was full of oil but also top of the engine. Also when I lifted the vehicle up, the starter motor and it's solenoid had oil dropping from them. The local Ford service first cleaned the engine then changed the valve cover sealing(valve cover ? = the plastic big one, I'm not sure about right English term) sealing because oil was all around the engine (top of the valve cover mostly though). Did not help. Then they replace the ventilation tube (there are two of them, one on top of each cam) from valve cover to intake manifold, this was the rear one, top of the starter motor. This was because each 100 kilometers of drive below of the tube was oily, fresh oil. The changing of the tube did not help either... Now I'm waiting a reply from the service. I sent some photos. Strange thing is that the tube is one week old, but also the other end is a little bit oily. In the valve cover, there is a seam in the plastic parts in top of both cams. You see them clearly when you look at them. My seam in the back one seems to got oily from the tube to the timing cover, it's washed in December. My personal opinion is that the valve cover has a seam which is leaking or the changed tube was wrong (there are several part numbers for the tube with ecoboost 1,0 engine).