Ford Mondeo No Ignition

1998 Ford Mondeo Problem

CarFord Mondeo 2.0 GLX Manual
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For a couple of years had an occasional problem where there was no ignition at all when the car was warm, usually from the SUN at first. After a minute or two it would suddenly go back to normal! Recently this became more frequent when the car had been driven and was still warm when starting, and then permenant! I had a mechanic look at it (fuel pump ok, starter ok, tried switching off immobiliser from door lock!?) to no avail. An AA guy then connected it to all his computer gadgetry but also has failed to find cause of the the problem. There is no power to Starter or Plugs! What could it be please??
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Engine, Cooling System & Drivetrain

Electrics, ECU, Warnings & Lights

Leaks & Noises, Interior and Bodywork

Running Rough, Starting & Power Loss

Solution 1
thomkas_cars | Driver | Since: Nov 2007 | Posts: 2 | Fixes: 1053 | View Garage
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have the ignition switch checked or replaced as could be worn and not making very good contact

Posted on Wednesday 13th of August 2008
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Solution 2
mrfixit | Driver | Since: Feb 2008 | Posts: 2 | Fixes: 313 | View Garage
Suggested Solution

I agree with thomkas on this, you have a power supply problem which i would suspect was the ignition switch or a supply to it, have you checked all your fuses and all the battery connections and earths

Posted on Saturday 16th of August 2008
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Solution 3
Ben Harvey | Driver | Since: Dec 2008 | Posts: 0 | Fixes: 6 | View Garage
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If you have no feed to the starter but you have good voltage at the battery, possibly the crank angle sensor, check the wiring.

Posted on Monday 29th of December 2008
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