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What did you do with your Mondeo today?

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#1931 frembrit


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Posted 01 August 2020 - 05:42 PM


Did the 9 year service today...only done 9000 miles since last year due to lock down, so at least 4000-5000 miles less than what I'd normally do. First time that I've changed a diesel fuel filter myself (done at dealers on the service plan previously) and it all went ok.  :)

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#1932 SteveyG


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Posted 04 August 2020 - 05:33 PM

MOT all good  :first:  Quickest inspection I've seen  :eek13: All done in less than 10 minutes followed by 25 minutes wait with the sterilising aerosol in the car.


BMW goes in in a week, but I'm a bit more concerned about that one as the HC readings were creeping up over the past few tests, though all other emissions readings were spot on. I'm hoping the PCV replacement has fixed that as it was burning crank case vapours (oil) through the intake as a result of the PCV failure. Just hoping it's not going to need replacement CATs or I'll be very poor.

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