Ford Mondeo Petrol 1993 – 2000 Haynes Owners Service & Repair Manual covers models: Saloon, Hatchback and Estate Including Special/Limited Editions.
DOES NOT cover Four Wheel Drive or Diesel Models.
DOES NOT cover revised range introduced in October 2000
- 1.6 litre (1597 cc) ‘L1F, L1J & L1L’ 4 Cylinder DOHC
- 1.8 litre (1796 cc) ‘RKA, RKB, RKF, RKH, RKJ & RKK’ 4 Cylinder DOHC
- 2.0 litre (1988 cc) ‘NGA, NGB, NGC and NGD’ 4 Cylinder DOHC
- 2.6 litre (2544 cc) 4-cam Duratec V6
Introduction to the Ford Mondeo
Introduced in March 1993, the Ford Mondeo models are available in four-door Saloon, five-door Hatchback and Five-door Estate configurations. All feature a high standard of equipment, with driver/passenger safety in accidents being a particularly high design priority; all models are fitted with features such as side impact bars in all doors, “anti-submarine” seats combined with “seat belt grabbers” and pre-tensioners, and an airbag fitted to the steering wheel. Vehicle security is enhanced, with an in-built alarm system and engine immobiliser being fitted as standard, as well as double-locking doors with shielded locks, and security-coded audio equipment.
The four-cylinder petrol engine is a new design, available in 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 litre capacities. It is controlled by a sophisticated engine management system, which combines multi-point sequential fuel injection and distributorless ignition systems with evaporative emissions control, exhaust gas recirculation and a three-way regulated catalytic converter (with a pulse-air system for rapid warm-up) to ensure that the vehicle complies with the most stringent of the emissions control standards currently in force, and yet provides the levels of performance and fuel economy expected.
The transversely-mounted engine drives the front roadwheels through either a five-speed manual transmission with a cable-operated clutch, or through an electronically-controlled four-speed automatic transmission.
The fully-independent suspension is by MacPherson strut on all four roadwheels, located by transverse lower arms at the front, and by transverse and trailing arms at the rear; anti-roll bars are fitted at front and rear. The Estate rear suspension is of a different design, to give maximum loadspace inside the vehicle, with self-levelling suspension units available as an option. On some models, the suspension is electronically-controlled through the Adaptive Damping System.
The steering is power-assisted, the pump being belt-driven from the engine, and the rack-and-pinion steering gear mounted behind the engine.
The vacuum servo-assisted brakes are disc at the front, with drums at the rear on most models; disc rear brakes and an electronically-controlled Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) are available on some models, with a Traction Control System (TCS) available as a further option where ABS is fitted.
- Living with Your Ford Mondeo
- Roadside Repairs
- Weekly Checks
- Lubricants, Fluids & Tyre Pressures
- Routine Maintenance & Service
- 4 Cylinder (Zetec) Engine In-Car Repair Procedures
- V6 (Duratec) Engine In-Car Repair Procedures
- Engine Removal & Overhaul Procedures
- Cooling, Heating & Air Conditioning Systems
- Fuel & Exhaust Systems
- Emission Control Systems
- Starting & Charging Systems
- Ignition System
- Manual Transmission
- Automatic Transmission
- Braking System
- Suspension & Steering
- Bodywork & Fittings
- Body Electrical Systems
- Wiring Diagrams PDF
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