hi guys after a bit of advice I have a vibration noise when reving between gears cars performing fine,but ive read that it can be a fuel pipe rattle has anyone any info on this or does ford have a tsb for this?many thanks.
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mk5 mondeo 2.0 tdci mk5 annoying vibration noise
Posted 30 August 2018 - 09:51 PM
Don't know, as I don't do soot chuckers. Have you run through all the engine diesel topics.
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Posted 26 September 2019 - 08:08 PM
Squeezed them to make them tighter and all is quiet!
Posted 29 September 2019 - 08:43 AM
I had a vibration coming form under the car.
It turned out to be the fuel pipes under the car...it was really hard to track down, so I didn't bother using Ford, as they'd likely have given up...saying nothing wrong.
The vibration was resonating at certain revs, and very apparent filling the cabin with the vibration, hence hard to track down to exact location at first.
I had to use someone to gently hold revs with vibration being heard, so I could look around.
I tracked it down to the the main feed/return pipes from the tank. Close to the tank entry / exit.
The exact location is by the rear nearside foot well.
You will have to unscrew the lower shield that protects the cars floor panel to view the pipes, but actually very easy, and only along the outside edge of the vehicles sill.
The pipes are formed with bends etc, and at this point to go up and down with the contour of the rear foot-well.
Its at the bend points where the pipes are clipped to the body that the vibration occurs.
I found that one of the pipes had become unclipped from the large plastic retaining clip...
I re-attached and actually also slightly bent one of the steel pipes to allow it to be more rigid in the clip, on the underside.
I think it had become unclipped due to poorly formed pipe work, and hard merely popped out of the holding location.
following this the noise was gone immediately!
hope this helps some one.
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Posted 04 October 2019 - 01:50 PM
Posted 11 October 2019 - 11:14 AM
Got it sorted today.. thanks
What was the cause?
Nevermind - saw your other thread that is was the pipes under the body.
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