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#1 Mondeo ST TDCI 05

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Posted 06 June 2013 - 09:22 AM

Hi all

 

I’m looking to replace my driveshaft’s within the next few weeks as one inner CV joint is starting to fail, Ford wanted £502 for parts alone but looking at Euros there £72 each so thought I might as well buy two and replace both

 

Question is there anything else I should replace while in in the region

 

> Gearbox oil (what is the best oil and should I put any additive in too?)

> I might also do rear torque mount as I get a slight engine vibration when I turn engine off

 

Anything else?

 

Thanks

 

P.s anyone fancy fitting them hehe


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Posted 11 June 2013 - 03:31 PM

Anyone??


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Posted 11 June 2013 - 05:42 PM

Only replace the broken one as you are wasting time and money otherwise. Gearbox oil use Ford stuff or some good quality oil suitable for the gearbox. Only do the rear torque mount if necessary - there will always be movement it is not necessarily a sign of wear.


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Posted 12 June 2013 - 07:03 AM

According to Ford the parts required are; so not sure what side it is, just thought be better to do in pairs and prevention better then cure if one is on its way out the other might not be too far behind it?

 

F1600653

F4659413

F1000419

F1790199

 

He also stated rear mount soft which possibly cause shaft to start going, engine dose rock (small amount) when in gear driving and let off


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Done:
K&N Panel Filter, ASBO Calipers and Ford Discs and pads all round, Forge Hoses, Facelift Rear Lights, Facelift Red stitching, Facelift Chrome, Facelift Rear bumper inserts, Tinted Rear Windows, Black Eye and H7r HID (4300k), EGR / Inlet cleaned @ 31k, EGR Blanked @ 33k, Wheels Referbed in ultra silver (
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Posted 12 June 2013 - 07:27 AM

Anyone help with part numbers to determine which side it is?

Thanks

 


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To do:
Racebits Intercooler (not fitted yet), JP Decat (not fitted yet), MIJ De-cat back, Custom Map,


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Posted 12 June 2013 - 07:43 AM

According to Ford the parts required are; so not sure what side it is, just thought be better to do in pairs and prevention better then cure if one is on its way out the other might not be too far behind it?

 

F1600653 Shaft And Universal Joint Assy LH

F4659413 Nut - Hex

F1000419 Nut - Flanged

F1790199 Oil - Transmission

 

He also stated rear mount soft which possibly cause shaft to start going, engine dose rock (small amount) when in gear driving and let off

 

 

Anyone help with part numbers to determine which side it is?

 

 

Thanks

 

I've put the description of the finis numbers in your quote above :L


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Posted 12 June 2013 - 01:31 PM

Thanks, Top man....

 

LH that would be Passengers side sweet I will order one from euros now, the above oil from Fords will that be best or should I get a better oil / additive? I remember when I replaced my gearbox on my old ST170 they put some expensive oil / additive in it and car was much smoother (blew gearbox only had 24k on clock hehe but was running nearly 320bhp)  

 

Cheers again


2005 (54) Mondeo ST TDCi Machine Silver.
Done:
K&N Panel Filter, ASBO Calipers and Ford Discs and pads all round, Forge Hoses, Facelift Rear Lights, Facelift Red stitching, Facelift Chrome, Facelift Rear bumper inserts, Tinted Rear Windows, Black Eye and H7r HID (4300k), EGR / Inlet cleaned @ 31k, EGR Blanked @ 33k, Wheels Referbed in ultra silver (
Metallic)

 

To do:
Racebits Intercooler (not fitted yet), JP Decat (not fitted yet), MIJ De-cat back, Custom Map,


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 09:34 AM

Ok,

 

Ordered the Drive shaft's there on discount so thought i'd do both

 

http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/c/Ford_Mondeo_2.2_2005/p/car-parts/car-transmission/transmission-parts/driveshaft/?654590731&1&bb0c9800d5be8c7cde6fbffa605a9b0852741647&000113

http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/c/Ford_Mondeo_2.2_2005/p/car-parts/car-transmission/transmission-parts/driveshaft/?654590701&1&21919c3d39ff3136cf8d4e14c3fb92d62ce85faa&000113

 

What else do I need don’t want to go in blind, rather replace what I touch / may potentially damage

 

> Drive shaft oil seals

> Gear Box Oil (is Fords oil the best to go for?)

> ABS Sensor rings?

>

 

The above Flanged NUT F1000419 where is that for? the hex nut im guessing is for the end of the drive shaft

 

Thanks in advanced for any advice / info


2005 (54) Mondeo ST TDCi Machine Silver.
Done:
K&N Panel Filter, ASBO Calipers and Ford Discs and pads all round, Forge Hoses, Facelift Rear Lights, Facelift Red stitching, Facelift Chrome, Facelift Rear bumper inserts, Tinted Rear Windows, Black Eye and H7r HID (4300k), EGR / Inlet cleaned @ 31k, EGR Blanked @ 33k, Wheels Referbed in ultra silver (
Metallic)

 

To do:
Racebits Intercooler (not fitted yet), JP Decat (not fitted yet), MIJ De-cat back, Custom Map,


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Posted 22 June 2013 - 08:08 AM

I wouldn't worry about getting them nuts yet, they will probably come with the new driveshafts from euros.

 

Also the abs ring is built into the bearing so no worries there.

 

I would get some new locking nuts for the roll bar link rods, thread size is M 10 x 1,5.

 

p.s.

 

F4659413 Nut - Hex

F1000419 Nut - Flanged

 

Are possible the same thing, the early hub nuts had a different design to the later ones.






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