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Hey gang, So I want to replace the rocker cover gasket on my MK2 Focus 1.6 TDCI, as well as checking out the oil separator for leaks and replacing injector seals. According to Haynes (and a lot of other sources) the union pipes connected to the fuel injectors MUST be replaced once removed. These seem to be rather expensive, and although I've researched the reasons why they should only be used once, it's gonna be looking pretty expensive for the "simple" (and cheap) work I'm attempting. So, question, is it too much of a risk to re-use the pipes? Is there a way to remove the oil separator for inspection without dismantling the entire manifold including injectors? I hope someone can help, cheers, Sam
Afternoon all, I'd be eternally grateful if someone can get in the footwell of their fez (mines an 07... so 06-08 will do) and take a picture of the slave cylinder push rod that attaches to the pin on the clutch pedal (+surrounding area) Unfortunately for me, mine keeps slipping which causes chaos when I'm approaching roundabouts at breakneck speeds and the clutch happens to fully engage.. However when I tried to investigate I found that the rod doesn't sit flush on the pin, with no clip or anything similar keeping it in place. I'm aware that this is a common fault with Fords, however just wanted to know whether I should be looking at replacing the slave rod, using a cable tie or going down the more expensive cylinder route. *Interesting one for you* Local Ford dealer went straight for the 'replace master cylinder' on me, though I'm pretty sure I don't have to! Any help would be much appreciated! Cheers