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Old 09-07-2012, 05:43 AM   #1
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Ford Focus juddering


I have an 04 petrol, manual Focus that has started to judder a little when pulling away in first gear/changing up to second gear. The garage has checked and cleaned the plugs and cables, but has been unable to find the cause of the problem so far.

The problem started with the snow last month and seems to clear itself after approx 10/15 mins. The car doesn't seem to be losing power as such and is fine in higher gears.

Any thoughts please?

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