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Mechanics - Removing Ford mondeo tdci injectors

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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
My injectors need refurbing. To save abit of money, Im thinking of removing the injectors myself and sending them off to an approved specialist.

Are they hard to do? or is it something for an expert
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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You need a proper tool to pull them out with,there is a 10mm bolt to undo and then the injector pulls out.If you dont pull the injector straight up,and turn it while removing it,it will brake a plastic bit of solenoid.I found out the hard way £700 later
#2
danzab
You need a proper tool to pull them out with,there is a 10mm bolt to undo and then the injector pulls out.If you dont pull the injector straight up,and turn it while removing it,it will brake a plastic bit of solenoid.I found out the hard way £700 later


ekkkk

any idea which tool i need or are they all the same?
#3
sorry I dont,it was already too late by the time I found out so didnt bother looking into it any further
#4
danzab
sorry I dont,it was already too late by the time I found out so didnt bother looking into it any further


is it easy to access them? take it i have to disconnect fuel line
#5
It is easy to access them,you just need a 17mm spanner to take the fuel line off the top of the injector,the leak off pipes should just pull off.Also should be some wiring the disconnects,just squeeze the sides and pull
#6
Buy a blown engine and you won't have this problem again :whistling:
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hope you will be re-fitting the old injectors as new ones have to be re-coded to the ecu, but we have had to in the past re-code the old ones after being re-fitted !
#8
richp
hope you will be re-fitting the old injectors as new ones have to be re-coded to the ecu, but we have had to in the past re-code the old ones after being re-fitted !


well I would like some new ones but I cant find em anywhere with the codes i need EJDR00301Z.

So i was thinking of removing them, sending them off to a specialist to have em refurbed then towing car to garage to get them to fit em and re-code em

Just want to make sure its not a pain to remove em, dont wana damage em
#9
Chidda
well I would like some new ones but I cant find em anywhere with the codes i need EJDR00301Z.

So i was thinking of removing them, sending them off to a specialist to have em refurbed then towing car to garage to get them to fit em and re-code em

Just want to make sure its not a pain to remove em, dont wana damage em


did you get that code from the injector ? if you did its not long enough, its about 15 digits, you need to slide up the black clip up on the injector to get the full code number
#10
richp
did you get that code from the injector ? if you did its not long enough, its about 15 digits, you need to slide up the black clip up on the injector to get the full code number


well garage who tested them gave me the ford finis code which was 1376694. Rang up ford who said the code was 2S7Q9K546AJ which is part no EJDR00301Z (101Z was older one i think).

Common fault apparantly just a ballache to sort out. Garage quoted me £700 to have re-conned and code n fitted
#11
okey doke, but yes it is a pain & expensive job, we had a customer buy one from ebay, he fitted it & then we re-coded it for him.
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Some great advice here, gotta love hukd.

I have repped the advisors and found this link which may or may not make interesting reading for the OP
#13
Also, even though It might turn out to be a waste of money have you tried a few bottles of forte in the tank? It's worked wonders on cars I have traded on in the past.

And this may be of interest too
#14
richp
okey doke, but yes it is a pain & expensive job, we had a customer buy one from ebay, he fitted it & then we re-coded it for him.


cheers will rep u n danzab more when I can. I looked on ebay but cant find part no and im a bit dubious about getting 2nd hand ones from there, especially ones outside of packaging, they could just be knackered as well
#15
Chidda
cheers will rep u n danzab more when I can. I looked on ebay but cant find part no and im a bit dubious about getting 2nd hand ones from there, especially ones outside of packaging, they could just be knackered as well


i can certainly understand your concern with regards second hand off there ,he bought new off ebay, packaged as well.
#16
help me please
my mondeo glow plug light flashes and car stops
code r 2020 sendond cylinder fault code
ive changed cam censor
ive changed the pump censor as both i was told to do
now im trying to do the injectors on the middle two cylinders
if this dont cure it im stuffed any help please
#17
richp
okey doke, but yes it is a pain & expensive job, we had a customer buy one from ebay, he fitted it & then we re-coded it for him.

how long did it take to recode them and what sort of price did you charge? im in a similar situation, i have some replacement injectors but need them fitted and coding..

thanks
#18
philmann
richp
okey doke, but yes it is a pain & expensive job, we had a customer buy one from ebay, he fitted it & then we re-coded it for him.

how long did it take to recode them and what sort of price did you charge? im in a similar situation, i have some replacement injectors but need them fitted and coding..

thanks

Depending on whether you have a Euro 3 or Euro 4 engine, I believe Euro 4 TDCi's started at about 2004 then you can recode the injectors yourself using a Ford F Super Scanner from ebay, they're about £20. You plug it into your computer, program injectors with the code on the side of each injector. If you're happy to fit them yourself using the correct injector tool, again I think they're about £12 then you can save yourself a lot of money.
#19
i had mine refurbed £60 each,hardest part was removing them took several days soaking with penetrating oil as they were seized solid.i had mine done by this firm http://www.gwdale.co.uk/ used alot locally (they're in stoke on trent) taxi firms use them as do lots of businesses,i would get them done asap as there is nothing worse than car going in to limp mode ,as mine did on M6 in fast lane,it does this to protect engine.
#20
Anyone know the best place to buy replacement injectors? Ford are about £300 a pop but the car isn't worth that much. The ones in there now are re-manufactured and I doubt they'll manage another re-furb.
#21
Hi I have a 2003 tdci mondeo.
It starts and drives fine but some times the glow plug light comes on and the engine stops. But if I turn the key off and on again it drives fine again. Could this be the injectors ??
#22
been told to put cola round them seems to dissolve the crusty coke that makes them a bitch to remove,or several days of soaking in eazing oil ,believe me they are a real pain to get out
#23
My mondeo deisel has a flat spot and pauses as I accellerate its not too bad when I first start it but gets worse as engine gets warmer any ideas what it may be ? Also my radio has locked and I have lost code any suggestions getting desperate now
#24
collies
My mondeo deisel has a flat spot and pauses as I accellerate its not too bad when I first start it but gets worse as engine gets warmer any ideas what it may be? Also my radio has locked and I have lost code any suggestions getting desperate now
If you slide out radio (you need special keys to put in slots around edge of unit - I got mine off ebay for about 3 quid), the serial number of the radio is then visible. It starts with M...... Go to http://www.pumapeople.com/decode.php type in the serial number and it will generate the code for you.
Regarding your other problem it could be any of a number of things (injectors, pump, turbo) Best get a diagnostic. You can either pay a garage to do it (about 30/40 quid) or if you have a laptop, buy a F-2 super off ebay for about 15 quid. Plug it in the diagnostic port (it pulls down from the bottom of the dashboard near the drivers feet. When connected you can look at the stored error codes (DTCs) in the cars computer. The codes won't necessarily tell you exactly what's wrong but at least point you in the general direction. After that it's a matter of looking at forums like this or talkford.co.uk to try and narrow down what the problem is. Sometimes error codes will be erased when the car is restarted.
#25
Hi guy's, I have a Mondeo 2.0 tdci on a 05 plate With 130000 miles.I need 2&3 injectors replaced but new ones will cost £££££. Could I get second hand ones then get them reprogramed to my car ? Cheers .
#26
scottm1234
Hi guy's, I have a Mondeo 2.0 tdci on a 05 plate With 130000 miles.I need 2&3 injectors replaced but new ones will cost £££££. Could I get second hand ones then get them reprogramed to my car ? Cheers .

You could do that but its more of a faff (your lucky in the sense you have a Euro4 engine so you can reprogramme yourself with a F Super scanner off eBay), or take them out yourself and recondition them yourself, it's not a particularly hard job to do.

Presuming you are absolutely certain both injectors are leaking off too much fuel, I'm assuming a leak off test has been done.

Doing it this way means you dont have to reprogram anything.

You can buy a socket from here:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-MONDEO-TDCI-Diesel-Injector-REMOVAL-Socket-Tool-With-Window-/351221397391?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item51c66d378f


Remove the injector and follow this video (he uses an ultrasonic bath):

http://youtu.be/LMKbN064y0E


I've done a lot of research on this subject as I have a 200,000 mile TDCi Mondeo and have carried out every job myself so far. Good luck!
#27
Sackboy 1 does reconditioning them generally do the trick? I'm gonna get the test done on mine to se which ones are on the way out. I've got an 06 plate tdci. Eurocar parts want 220quid an injector which if I need all 4 will be very pricey. The cars only done 73k so still low miles. And haven't had any other probs with it
#28
Hi,I have had to have my injectors replaced and I have bought a scanner to rent code them.after several attempts my car still won't start. It spins bought won't fire up.does anybody know the right combination the injectors should go?
#29
ddouble
Sackboy 1 does reconditioning them generally do the trick? I'm gonna get the test done on mine to se which ones are on the way out. I've got an 06 plate tdci. Eurocar parts want 220quid an injector which if I need all 4 will be very pricey. The cars only done 73k so still low miles. And haven't had any other probs with it

ddouble
Sackboy 1 does reconditioning them generally do the trick? I'm gonna get the test done on mine to se which ones are on the way out. I've got an 06 plate tdci. Eurocar parts want 220quid an injector which if I need all 4 will be very pricey. The cars only done 73k so still low miles. And haven't had any other probs with it
Hi I've got an 06 plate mondeo 2.0 tdci just wandering what is my best option for sorting out my injectors just put in the garage found that 2 are misfiring but he wants 400 quid to sort 2 of them. Thanks in advance
#30
Before you spend money on injectors you need to find out if the high pressure fuel pump is breaking up on the inside. Tiny fragments of metal will then flood the fuel system and ruin the injectors. If you replace injectors the new ones won't last long. Try taking the fuel filter off and cutting it in half using tin snips. Then carefully examine the paper filter for signs of metal fragments. Don't use a hacksaw as this will cause metal fragments from the filter housing to fall inside the filter.
If you find any, it'll be a new pump, flushing of the fuel system and 4 new injectors. I junked a 2005 Mondeo 2 years ago with 108000 on the clock as it wasn't worth spending the money to fix it.

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