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My car lossed power i know the g/box bearing is almost gone but the over day we lost power and then the g/box made more noise then ever ps it is a mondeo but this site doesnt have it

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What gearbox - auto or stick? Have you checked the oil level of the gearbox? Have you replaced it lately - it should be replaced every 2 years for the best reliability.

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