Question about 2001 Ford Focus
Bought a Ford Puma in a garage, paid a deposit, but the next day they phoned to say a piston ring has gone and I can't have it. The said they shone a torch in and could see where it had gone. Is this right?
I suspect somebody came along and offered them more cash for the car, as it was such a good price.
Can you tell if a piston ring has gone, by listening to the engine or driving the car? If so, I'll go and see it and call their bluff.
Advice much appreciated, thanks!
Sometimes in the oil drain screw the factory fits a small magnet to fishing the small metal pieces from the engine oil.perhaps they saw there apiece of a broken ring when they changed the engine oil.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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You need to have your brakes inspected by a professional. The lights indicate that ABS and traction control are not working...although brakes will work without these features, a humming noise can indicate more problems to come.
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