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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tmagnet
    Is it the same as the mondy ST TDCi engine? Just in a different spec car? What are they...about 150bhp?
    Like what has been said, i've heard about 'some' DMF's breaking. Seems to be a bit hit and miss, but I don't think the flywheels like being too low in the revs do they? i.e below 1500rpm
    Yeh think they are 153bhp to be exact. It's a 2004 model, has the ST front bumper on it although I can't find out if that was an option at the time. Got half leather seats in it with velour type fabric in the middle.

    Spoke to someone who used to have an ST TDCi and they were saying about the DMF's, apparently more common on the 2.0 TDCi to go.

    Still in two minds about this, as I'm mainly just looking as my Fiesta is annoying me at the moment! But the Mondeo would be a good bit more to run every year, insurance, tax then the economy side. May be worth it to get a cracking car though.

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlairM
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tmagnet
    Is it the same as the mondy ST TDCi engine? Just in a different spec car? What are they...about 150bhp?
    Like what has been said, i've heard about 'some' DMF's breaking. Seems to be a bit hit and miss, but I don't think the flywheels like being too low in the revs do they? i.e below 1500rpm
    Yeh think they are 153bhp to be exact. It's a 2004 model, has the ST front bumper on it although I can't find out if that was an option at the time. Got half leather seats in it with velour type fabric in the middle.

    Spoke to someone who used to have an ST TDCi and they were saying about the DMF's, apparently more common on the 2.0 TDCi to go.

    Still in two minds about this, as I'm mainly just looking as my Fiesta is annoying me at the moment! But the Mondeo would be a good bit more to run every year, insurance, tax then the economy side. May be worth it to get a cracking car though.
    There's no doubt it'd cost quite a lot more than the fiesta to run but it would be more comfortable and you'd be able to get people in the back without them having to climb in through the front like the fez Click here to enlarge Be quite a bit quicker too.
    Would you be using it for towing the toy? It'd be good for that.

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jetronic
    and previous shape mondeo? the original 2.0 had 130 bhp, the 2.2 155 bhp later reduced to 150
    old shape mondeo used the "puma" diesel engines 2.0 and 2.2. they are 16valve. work on them all day long in transits
    Mondeo mk3 tddi ghia kept on the road by a cheapskate ford transit tech

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    the economy is garbage altho they are good for close to 200bhp mapped Click here to enlarge i get under 40mpg from the 2.0 in a focus wish i hadnt bought it in all honesty my fiesta was far better although nowhere near as fast!
    222bhp 350ft/lb courtesy of rs tuning

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tmagnet
    Would you be using it for towing the toy? It'd be good for that.

    Be needing a licence to tow first though. Click here to enlarge

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlairM
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tmagnet
    Would you be using it for towing the toy? It'd be good for that.

    Be needing a licence to tow first though. Click here to enlarge
    Forgot that! Click here to enlarge
    500kg limit unbraked and 750kg braked?
    Bet the fiesta and trailer doesn't weigh too much does it?

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    I think it's 750kg in general you are allowed to tow.

    Dunno about weight, Fiesta only weighs 750kg odd anyway. Haven't got a trailer though my XR2 stays at the circuit now.

    But my dad is getting a Ranger so it can tow, just bung him some diesel money and he can do journeys if need be.

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacko1611
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Jetronic
    and previous shape mondeo? the original 2.0 had 130 bhp, the 2.2 155 bhp later reduced to 150
    old shape mondeo used the "puma" diesel engines 2.0 and 2.2. they are 16valve. work on them all day long in transits

    work on 2.2 puma engines in boxers aswell.... had quite a few failures due to the oil squirters....
    cubic inches, there's no substitute...

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    dint kno they fitted that engine into them cos its a ford engine. in the old shape transit the common failure is the timing chain tensioner on the 2.4 rwd. Done a few short motors too to the new shape transits due to pistons overheating and cracking thats on the 2.2 fwd and 2.4 rwd. Oh and about a thousand egr valves on new shapes lol
    Mondeo mk3 tddi ghia kept on the road by a cheapskate ford transit tech

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    Re: Ford 2.2 TDCi engine

    they do. the 2.2 engines are puma, the 3.0 are Sofim (iveco) in the boxer/jumper and possibly ducato. think the ducato might not have the 2.2 though
    cubic inches, there's no substitute...

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