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Flat spot between 1800-2000rpm ford transit connect 2009


Could be the TPS. Especially if you have cruise control, use it a lot and tend to stay at the same speed all the time. If you do the TPS contact strip will be worn down at the point where you always set it at (i.e. say 70Mph) the metal contact at that point gets worn away since it sits on the same spot all the time. The rest of it is fine, but that spot is bad, when you hit it the power is temp lost, then returns once it goes past that part. Moral of the story. Don't always cruise at the same speed, your TPS will thank you!

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Why does my ford transit have an intermittent loss of power


fuel pump not working or deisel pump if you go some one who can diagnose the van they can tell you but its 1 out of these 2

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Ford transit 110 T280 I've back smoke on excellaration and loss of power on inclines; could it be the EGR valve at fault ; also have management warning light on.?


Needs piston rings. You have lost compression so you are losing power. The oil is getting pasty the worn rings and entering the combustion chamber which would explain the black smoke and loss of power.

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