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Ford Mondeo changed cam position sensor but won't start

2004 Ford Mondeo Problem

The Problem:

i've changed the cps but car won't start do i have to reset the injector timing

Ref#1900
CarFord Mondeo 2.0 tdci
Year2004
Ownerpaul eck
Posted31/03/2009


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Solution 1

mastertech | Driver | Since: Oct 2008 Posts: 0 | Fixes: 221 | View Profile/Car
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did you replace the short wiring loom
if so re check wires


Posted on Tuesday 31st of March 2009
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From Original Poster

paul eck | Driver | Since: Mar 2009 Posts: 0 | Fixes: 2 | View Profile/Car
Suggested Solution

no didn't change the wiring just the cam sensor but been told might have to reset injecyor timing is this right and thanks for all your help before


Posted on Tuesday 31st of March 2009
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Solution 2

mastertech | Driver | Since: Oct 2008 Posts: 0 | Fixes: 221 | View Profile/Car
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try putting the old 1 back in check around the sensor making sure every thing is secure, p.s does it turn over?


Posted on Wednesday 1st of April 2009
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Solution 3

elannor67 | Driver | Since: Oct 2008 Posts: 0 | Fixes: 384 | View Profile/Car
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first make sure you have a fully charged battrery..
check the fuel filter and pipes for leaks!! could just be air present!! if all ok then check all outputs from ecu. if all ok then check for fuel delivery at the injector. if fuel is present then the reprograming of the injectors is required to reset the ecu and immobilizer. if it still wont go after all that then there may be a trigger fault with the crankshaft position sensor. hope this helps!!



Posted on Thursday 2nd of April 2009
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Solution 4

antokane | Driver | Since: Jul 2009 Posts: 1 | Fixes: 7 | View Profile/Car
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Hi guys

Had a problem on Sunday, never had a misfire or problem with timing before. All of a sudden car wouldn't start.

Usual coil light goin out on ignition then after 3 or 4 seconds on no start flashing.

Put on computer in Ford next day and the cam sensor fault came up. Upgraded sensor put in, still no start, though engine will wind. Same fault is still on the computer. Also had brain removed and tried in another Mondeo, which started fine so it doesn't appear to be the brain.

Pump is fine and cam is turning, and as yet no problems with wiring that Ford can find. Injectors are also fine as fuel pressure is ok. Crank sensor is also good. RPM also ok.

Any help or suggestions very welcome. PLEASE HELP!!


Posted on Wednesday 1st of July 2009
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