Ford-mondeo mis-firing

Asked by Jan 26, 2013 at 11:30 AM about the 2006 Ford Mondeo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Mis-firing and stopping occasionally while on drive.  can start and drive after short period of time.  
expert advice welcomed. Thanks

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It is probably a fuel problem. If a car isn't getting enough fuel to the engine, it will begin to misfire. Of course it could be other things but I would get a fuel pressure test and start from there.

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You d, but don't say which model you have but the petrol duratec models do have problems with injectors breaking down after 60 - 70,000 miles. They can be replaced relatively easily although new replacements can be expensive. I would check ebay etc to see if you can obtain a refurbished set.

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i had exactly the same problem turned out to be my fuel pump simple to replace cost around 50 quid for a second hand one.

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WE JUST BUY A FORD MONDEO 2003, WE DRIVE AND THEN IT START TO MIS AND DO NOT WANT TO DRIVE THY SAY YOU MUST PUT A ORIDINAL PETROL PUMP WAT IS THE PRICE ON IT FOR TRADE IN

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