Ford Fiesta 2002 - 2008 ECU failures

Fiesta mk 5 engine ECU fault

Ford Fiesta 2002 – 2008 misfiring on two cylinders.

 

The 2 cylinder misfire is the most common fault caused by the engine ECU for the fifth generation Fiesta (2002 – 2008), the fault is originally caused by a faulty ignition coil pack that spikes voltage back to the engine ECU and blows the ignition output circuits for 2 of the cylinders.

Depending on the severity of the damage caused, the engine ECU vehicle may also prevent the starting of the vehicle.

When scanning the vehicle for fault codes with diagnostics readers fault codes will be found for ignition coil circuits A and B.

This engine ECU is highly susceptible to internal damage caused by external issues on the vehicle such as wiring and faulty coil packs, however we offer a complete rebuild for this ECU without the need for recoding once you receive it back from us.

 

Common Failure symptoms:

 

Common fault codes:

  • P0351 – Ignition coil primary circuit A malfunction
  • P0352 – Ignition coil primary circuit B malfunction

 

Affected Vehicles:

  • Ford Fiesta (Mk V) 2002-2008

 

This is just a small list of common part numbers, if you do not see your part number here then please see the full Fiesta engine ECU catalogue as we cover the entire range.

 

Test and rebuild:

Using our bespoke state of the art testing rigs we can identify all internal faults on this Fiesta engine ECU. Once all internal faults have been identified our technicians will rebuild the engine ECU and replace all common failing components with versions that are higher rated than standard, and then extensively re-test to ensure that no faults remain and to ensure that it meets or exceeds the original specifications. We only use OEM or above rated components, and unlike the factory environment of the manufactures, our quality control is second to none.

 

Programming:

This ECU is coded to the vehicle, all coding information is retained during test and rebuild so that you can just plug and play after changing the coil pack.

 

Quality:

Our test and rebuild work is world renowned and are used by franchise dealerships and specialists across the globe. Our work defect rate is lower than 0.6% on all our rebuilds, so you can be assured of our very high standard of work.

 

Warranty:

Lifetime unlimited mileage*

 

How do I get my unit rebuilt?

To pay for the rebuild choose your part number above and click: Get yours rebuilt

Print the payment/booking confirmation email.

Package the Ford Fiesta engine ECU inside a sturdy box with plenty of packaging material (make sure you include your confirmation email in the box).

Send us your package by tracked courier (the shipping instructions are on the confirmation email).

Once received we will test, rebuild and return your engine ECU with an unlimited mileage lifetime warranty. (if your unit turns out not to be faulty then we will refund your payment less a small testing fee and return shipping)

 

What if I don’t want to pay up front?

This is not a problem, if you prefer this option then follow the following steps:

Fill in and submit this test form.

Print the booking confirmation email.

Package the Fiesta engine ECU inside a sturdy box with plenty of packaging material (make sure you include your confirmation email in the box).

Send us your package by tracked courier (the shipping instructions are on the confirmation email).

Once received, we will test your ECU and call you to advise on the outcome of testing, if your ECU is faulty and you choose to go ahead with the rebuild then we will take payment over the phone using a debit/credit card.

We will then rebuild your Fiesta engine ECU and return it to you with an unlimited mileage warranty.

If you require further information regarding this Ford Fiesta engine ECU then please contact us.

 

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