Question about 2008 Ford Mondeo 1.8
Hi. I have recently had a message saying Overvoltage stop safely on my car. It asked me to stop which I did. I restarted the car and have not had it come on again. Can you tell me what this message means. Thank you. Scott.
Over voltage would likely be related to the alternator voltage regulator. Electrics can cause intermittent problems - You can easily measure the voltage with a multimeter 13.5 - 14.5 volts would be pretty typical if the voltage is much higher than this then the regulator needs attention.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Idle problem for Ford Mondeo 94
Check your muffler for blockage. Does the engine heat up? A blocked muffler will allow an engine to run but acceleration is almost impossible.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: Auto door locking on Ford Mondeo
It sounds like it has been deactivated so we are going to reactivate the auto lock.
The numbers I will be saying will have to do with getting this to work so:
you will need to put the key in to the ignition switch.
1= is back to listen to the radio
2= is to get key out
3= is just before you start
4= is for starting your car
When we do this 1 and 4 will not be used
Do this and we will hope that it works like it should:
1: Turn the ignition with you key up to on( don't start)
2: Press the power door lock control 3 times
3: now turn the key back once (to off position)
4: Press the power door unlock control 3 times
5: ok turn the ignition back up 1 time. (The horn should chirp)
6: Then press the unlock control, then press the lock control, again (horn will chirp 1's) If auto lock
7: Turn the ignition back 1's, Then the horn should chirp once to confirm the procedure was completed.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Any engine will have trouble ticking over if only 3 of the 4 cylinders are working. Check the spark plug for a consistent spark on all cylinders. Check the connections to the fuel injectors on the cylinder head, and check the compression in all cylinders (take spark plugs out and use a compression tester whilst turning the engine over on the key). Low compression in one cylinder may mean head gasket failure, valves out of adjustment (staying open) or bigtime piston or piston-rings failure.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
hi could be a number of things like your deisel is dropping back. sounds like injectors and even this would not show on computer if they have a back leek.. you can get them tested but it about 20 pound per injector so be aware also if you take them out as a must the must go back in the same pot as they come from or get them recoded wen u put them bk in
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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