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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 11:44 am 
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Seems s this gets asked alot! ;)

Parts from the mondeo.

Engine- 2.0Ltr 16v zetec series one or 2 (Will say DOHC on series 1 and zetec 16v on series 2) Needs to be the silver top type not black top!

ECU - Either of the following ECu's will work:
DESK - 93BB-12A650-ED
DEWY - 93BB-12A650-EE
DEEP - 93BB-12A650-EF

MAF- Some say you need to match the MAF to the ECU but i presonally dont have a matching MAF and ECU and it works fine.

Throttle body

Injectors


Oil pump
- but only if you use the CVH oil filter

Parts to use from the fiesta (providing its a 16v zetec)

Loom

Inlet manifold- See N.B.

Exhaust Manifold- See N.B.

N.B. The Fiesta RS1800 would be better as there less restrictive than the 1.6 item.

Sump

Oil pick up pipe

Alternator

Starter motor

Flywheel

Dipstick tube

Power steering pump

Gearbox

Exhaust

TPS

throttle linkage and the cable retaining plate
- Throttle body items

Reccomended new parts to buy

Cambelt and tensioners

head gasket See N.B.

Exhaust manifold Gasket See N.B.

Inlet manifold Gasket See N.B.

Rocker cover Gasket See N.B.

Sump Gasket See N.B.

N.B. A gasket set can useually be purchased which will work out cheaper than buying individaully

Spark plugs

HT leads

Water pump


Oil filter - if your using the mondeo oil pump you will need a CVH item as its shorter!

Oil

Antifreeze/coolant

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excellent matt, we needed something like this

i was thinking of doing somehting like this the other day, but never thought of posting it on fsi :look: , was going to be for mae and my scrap book 8-) :homo:

this should help alot of people 8-)


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Should help people i hope, should also stop the forum becoming clogged with 2.0l parts questions! :)

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thanks matt this helps alot cheers!! :)


no probs fella, happy to help! If you need anymore help just give any of the 2 crew( :homo: ) a shout! ;) :D :lol:

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fiestasiphil wrote:
thanks matt this helps alot cheers!! :)


no probs fella, happy to help! If you need anymore help just give any of the 2 crew( :homo: ) a shout! ;) :D :lol:


yeah we are always happy to help 8-)


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Hi just wondering cant you use the fiesta 16v ECU? If not is the 2.0 one just a plug and play item. Will i get injectors with the engine if i buy it from a scrapyard you think? Whats the part no's on the oil filters and whats best to have? Thanks scott. :look:


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Location: Aberdeen. Drives - E30 335iSE an 2.0 NOS'd 16v Si
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Useful Info cheers, hopefully possibility will be using in not tooo distant future

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Clarks.2007 wrote:
Hi just wondering cant you use the fiesta 16v ECU?


No! Wont run right!

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If not is the 2.0 one just a plug and play item.


yeah, just slap it on! :)

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Will i get injectors with the engine if i buy it from a scrapyard you think?


Most likely, but if not they are small enough to fit in your pocket if they try to charge you! ;) ;) ;) :lol:

Clarks.2007 wrote:
H Whats the part no's on the oil filters and whats best to have?


Next time i get one ill post them up, the best depends if you keep the mondeo oil pump or not! :)

georob wrote:
Maybe make this sticky?


its in FAQ's what more do you want! :lol:

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What is N.B? lol sorry for the noob q's but??

N.B. The Fiesta RS1800 would be better as there less restrictive than the 1.6 item.

Is MAF The mondeo air filter? cheers again. :P


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N.B. means note below! :)

The MAF is the part after the air filter, MAF = Mass Air Flow sensor! :)

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Right got myself the engine, MAF Sensor and injectors. (All other bits being used from fiesta 1.6 16v Si) Am i right in saying the CVH Oil filter wont fit because its too long? This means i will have to get a new oil pump? Im confused over the oil filter situation? lol :? :rolleyes: :oooh: :frown:


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Clarks.2007 wrote:
Right got myself the engine, MAF Sensor and injectors. (All other bits being used from fiesta 1.6 16v Si) Am i right in saying the CVH Oil filter wont fit because its too long? This means i will have to get a new oil pump? Im confused over the oil filter situation? lol :? :rolleyes: :oooh: :frown:



no you can't use the 2.0/1.6/1.8 oil filter as they are too long, you can use the 1.6 cvh iol filter with the 2.0 oil pump


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this is becoming a FAQ in the FAQ section :lol:

CVH filter is the one to use unless you fancy changing oil pump for the 1.6 fiesta one.
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this is becoming a FAQ in the FAQ section :lol:

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What Clutch Would you advise? Any sites? Fast road one yes? lol :?


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Cant edit my post :( Also i wanted to know what you use is it the 1.6si Clutch or 2.0l? Im using the 1.6si Box


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Clarks.2007 wrote:
Cant edit my post :( Also i wanted to know what you use is it the 1.6si Clutch or 2.0l? Im using the 1.6si Box




i used my standard 1.6 clutch and is still going :lol: , other than that i can't really help :red:


yeah i noticed that aswell, you can't edit your posts :red:


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just noticed also.. you forgot sump gasket in your list matt :)


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