Fiesta 1.4i CVH

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Fiesta 1.4i CVH

Postby TimeMan » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:43 pm

Hi Guys

My wife has a 2001 1.4i CVH Fiesta . Please any input would be a great help as i am at my wits end . Engine sounds like a bloody subaru ever since i bought it , did the head as one of the valves (num 4) dropped . But still had this missfire , checked injectors , changed coil pack ,plugg wires , plugs , bought a new brake booster as it had a vacuum leak , still same problem . Then went to pta , engine heat sized . Just over hauled the whole engine . New pistons , rings , over sized , new bearings just had to polish crank so still std bearings , new oil pump , water pump , new hydraulic lifters , new valvestem seals , had head skimmed . But still sounds like a bloody subaru def missfiring , i don't know wtf to check anymore . Could it be the ECU ? from a previous post i saw guys in JHB that can test and fix ECU . Would you suggest i do that ?

Please any input would be appreciated .

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Re: Fiesta 1.4i CVH

Postby TimeMan » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:27 pm

Also anyone have a clue how the hell to remove the ECU ?

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Re: Fiesta 1.4i CVH

Postby Stu » Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:34 pm

sorry man sounds like a world of pain.... hope you come right. Thomas at coatchmans in PTA might be a good place to the take the car
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Re: Fiesta 1.4i CVH

Postby TimeMan » Tue Feb 20, 2018 2:53 pm

Well problem is i am in nelspruit capitol of where nothing is available and nothing happens so i need to take ecu out and send it away to be tested , hope these guys know what they doing and that they can test it http://www.enginemanagement.co.za/ got their details of someone elses post they did

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Re: Fiesta 1.4i CVH

Postby Shaunp » Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:42 pm

Maybe change to carbs. Cvh engines do sound a bit ruff
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