Question about Ford Mondeo
The engine is a 2 lt durotorque year 2004
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi there, you will need a diagnostic check carried out to locate the exact fault, most garages have the equipment to carry out these checks so you won't need to visit your ford agent, a common fault on the engines is the camshaft sensor these cost around £20 and are very easy to replace, however once you have it tested you will now your exact fault, hope this helps
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
It sounds more like the glow plugs, the older models had trouble out of the module, but the 6.0 is pretty safe from all those problems. And don't forget to use the correct fuel additive for diesel engines, it helps .
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Hello, here is the proceedure. Any questions please ask. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009
The glow plug coming on on the Diesel Mondeo is an engine management fault indicator. The car goes into "limp mode" when this happens or in other words safety mode is triggered. This explains your loss of power.
To find the cause of this light coming on - the car will have to go on an OBD scanner at a service shop which will read the codes stored in the cars computer and give you an answer as to what is causing the fault to show.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Your glow plug relay is located on the top of the
engine on the right side toward the front. Some models there are 2 solenoids. A
large one toward the front and a smaller one right behind it. The glow plug
relay is the smaller one toward the rear. The larger front one is the intkae
heater relay. To test the glow plug relay turn engine to on. dont start it.
both of the large terminals should have power with key on. then turn engine
off. only one large terminal should have power. If when you turn engine to on
you only have power on one side then go to this test. Turn engine on and test
smaller wire. it should have power. If it does replace the relay. If the
smaller wire does not have power you have an ignition problem or power (wiring)
problem to the relay. Also note the engine needs to be cold. If temp of engine is over 130 the computer will not turn the glow plug circut on! Most of th time this is what fails and not your glow plugs.
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