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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mondeo tdci
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
SOURCE: ford mondeo bonnet lock
This is a very common fault on the fords, if i get one in, i generally soak it in WD40 then keep working it back and forward untill the mechanism releases.
If the lock is completely gone then ive had to go as far as breaking the grille off and opening it manually with a scrrewdriver, but this is last resort.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
There are only p258 a-f codes and there is no p2585, anyway it is either vacuum pump problem, normally solved by checking or replacing the wiring or it is torque management system and it is also related to wiring. In both you need to get a proper reading of code again and than check wires after that get the test done again.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
Angela, I'll be honest I'm confused. It shows "problem with Toytoa Celica" but you mention a Ford Mondeo in your post. Just to be sure we're talking about a Ford Mondeo that had the flywheel replaced, correct? Chances are if they replaced the flywheel you normally would always replace the clutch disk with it. If this is a hydraulic clutch system you don't typically have to open the hydraulic system to swap out the flywheel and clutch on a car. This would lead me to believe clutch fluid isn't your answer, but I would at least make sure you check it. If they DID have to open the system the clutch needs to have the air bled out of the hydraulic lines.
Posted on Nov 24, 2012
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