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Old 03-01-14, 12:32 PM   #1
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Well new year new motor having had one too many issues with the old girl I have finally decided to put her out to pasture and traded her in for a 2005 mondeo tdci titanium x 😎 so now I have a couple of odds n sods up for sale if anyone's interested 1st being a perfectly good maf for a 2.0 hdi engine and a full set of blinds with clips and storage bag for a 407sw im open to offers but would like around 40 for the blids as they are in perfect condition and are selling on ebay for over 70 see pics and if anyones interested just message me. I'll still be hanging around here though as I enjoy reading the threads and offrring any advice that I may have. 😆
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I'll have the blinds for 40 please.

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Old 03-01-14, 01:22 PM   #3
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What was the final straw Colin ??
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hi Trem she lost all her power again and i was told it was either the MAF or the turbo & Solenoid etc so after a bit of advice from several different garages I bought a brand new MAF from the Stealers and replaced it no difference then a couple of days later all was fixed!! So I just decided enough was enough time to get rid before i totally fell out of love with her. I had even stopped washing her so she was proper filthy and like a car saddo that I am i didnt think it was fair on the car, so off she went to pasture. It was deffo an eye opener of how basic all the other manufacturers cars are though i had to get a very high spec ford inorder to have any kid of luxury inside it haha. Hows your 407 treating you?
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Its being a pain Colin,decided to start slipping the new clutch that was fitted in July. I know what you mean about the spec of cars, i'm still undecided about what to get when i change from the 407 in the next few months
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Shame to see another pug go but I think you'll be back

The later mondeos are nice but I've always found them a little harsh on the comfort front.

The MAF? Is this the old one or the new one? Could be interested if we are talking sensible money.
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Shame to see another pug go but I think you'll be back

The later mondeos are nice but I've always found them a little harsh on the comfort front.

The MAF? Is this the old one or the new one? Could be interested if we are talking sensible money.
hi ash it was just the one recommended by eurocarparts i only fitted it in September but hey ho. Yeah I will probably be back just as soon as i get bored of this mondeo it is my 2nd one of this shape and engine im just enjoying the extra grunt etc from it at the moment so im happy for now.
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hi ash it was just the one recommended by eurocarparts i only fitted it in September but hey ho. Yeah I will probably be back just as soon as i get bored of this mondeo it is my 2nd one of this shape and engine im just enjoying the extra grunt etc from it at the moment so im happy for now.
What sort of money are we talking about?
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What sort of money are we talking about?
i said to toibs not sure i thought 10 + P&P what ever that is wud be fine
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