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My 210,000 mile Fiesta needs a clutch, does it have a DMF?
I have a 52 reg Ford Fiesta 1.4tdci owned from new with 210,000 miles on the clock. Now I'm experiencing some clutch slip - does it have a dual mass flywheel? This would seriously add to any clutch replacement cost.

Asked on 24 January 2012 by p.kullich

Answered by Honest John
I don't know. Maybe not. The current Fiesta 1.6 diesel is one of the few 4-cylinder manual diesels that doesn't have a DMF. For a car of this age and mileage, best to get the job done by Mr Clutch.
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