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why is my car stuttering at 2500 revs

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matty33moo 24.11.2011

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Answer by alienmartian

Are you a new driver? If so have you got the car in the right gear? If everything you are doing is ok and its still doing it I would take the car to be checked over by the garage you use

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has the 1.8l duratec -he engine got a cambelt 2004

gorseinonboy 16.11.2011

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when i start the car and pull away and then going through all gears the car excelerating throw each gear

what could be the problem and is this a fault with all mondeo 1.8 16v z tec/e type engine

scoucer 22.09.2011

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when i start up the car its very smokey for about 30 secounds and its loseing oil through exhaust

michael31 30.05.2011

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Answer by settler12345

Sounds like Piston Ring trouble.. I would say there,s definately a leak somewhere. A sure sign is blue smoke coming out of the exhaust and a loss of power.

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why will the driver door not lock with the lock button on the key

michael31 18.05.2011

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Answer by leonsan

It could be the solenoid on the driver's door lock itself, if all the other locks are working off the fob, then it's just that one lock, and if it locks with the key, then it's just not getting the signal to lock or being able to deal with that signal, hence the solenoid.

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