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Popular Genuine Ford Festiva Parts

  • Fog Light Bulb

    Ford Festiva
    Fog Light Bulb

  • Shock Absorber

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    Shock Absorber

  • Timing Chain

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    Timing Chain

  • Motor And Transmission Mount

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    Motor And Transmission Mount

  • Wheel Cover

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    Wheel Cover

  • Alternator

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    Alternator

  • Engine Mount

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    Engine Mount

  • Headlight Bulb

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    Headlight Bulb

  • Battery Cable

    Ford Festiva
    Battery Cable

  • Starter

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    Starter

  • Valve Cover Gasket

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    Valve Cover Gasket

  • Oil Filter

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    Oil Filter

  • Distributor

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    Distributor

  • Serpentine Belt

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    Serpentine Belt

  • Flywheel

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    Flywheel

  • Windshield Wiper

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    Windshield Wiper

  • Power Steering Hose

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    Power Steering Hose

  • Brake Disc

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    Brake Disc

  • Thermostat

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    Thermostat

  • Timing Cover

    Ford Festiva
    Timing Cover

About Ford Festiva

Ford Festiva, as a subcompact car, was produced by the South Korea's automobile manufacturer Kia Motor Corporation and Japanese multinational automaker Mazda Motor Corporation but marked by the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company from 1986 to 2002. Its name Festiva derived from the Spanish word for "festive". Due to poor reception of Fiesta in the United States market, though witnessed a huge worldwide success, Ford Festiva was introduced to save this situation. Although being manufactured through two generations, the second-generation Ford Festiva was actually called as Ford Aspire, here we only introduce the first generation.
The first-generation Ford Festiva (WA; 1986-1993) was designed by Mazda at the request of parent Ford. It was first introduced in Japan as a 3-door hatchback and did not show in the North American market until 1987 for the 1988 model year. North American version of Ford Festiva was offered in three trim levels: L, L Plus, and LX. For the 1999 model year, the L Plus and LX models were combined into a single GL trim level, which got a sport package for the 1992 model year. During its five years in North America, Ford Festiva was powered by a 1.3 L carbureted inline 4-cylinder engine driving the front wheels through a 4-speed manual or an optional 3-speed automatic transmission.

Ford Festiva Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As an econobox, Ford Festiva was designed to provide low-priced basic as basic transportation and good fuel economy, which made it a sale success among medium- and low-income families. And if you also have a Ford Festiva for a basic commute or family use, then you had better be prepared with these in advance:
First, engine stalls when idling. According to the information collected from car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, this engine issue ranked first among all other issues and it appeared as early as when the Ford Festiva reached about 75,000 miles. Many experienced Ford Festiva drivers tell us that before this issue pop out, some signs will first to warn you. First of all, strange sound from the engine is the first sign. Secondly, the rough running engine may lose power while accelerating. Then, you could check if the engine is consuming excessive fuel pump. Finally, the most obvious sign is if the Check Engine Light is activated or not. Once any of above symptoms appear on your Ford Festiva, then you should inspect if the spark plug, fuel pump, air filter, oil filter and crankshaft gear are working properly.
Second, transmission and suspension failures. Transmission failure in Ford models is not rare. Ford Festiva also feel familiar with this issue. They complain the drivetrain becomes very noisy as time passes by. Meanwhile, they could feel an excessive vibration when driving, the oil also leaks from the transfer case. Difficulty shifting gears is also a trouble. Festiva output shaft bearing, input shaft bearing, and transfer case seal could be the culprits. And suspension failure in Ford Festiva often manifests as clunking or clicking noises while accelerating, turning or braking, excessive or uneven tire wear and poor handling because of a loose steering wheel. The faulty CV shaft, axle shaft, tailing arm, wheel bearing and shock absorber.
However, a Ford Festiva being in the best shape all the times depends on auto parts in it react with each other well or do their own job properly. Wiper arm should operate with windshield wiper well to clean off debris on the windscreen so driving vision won't get blocked, headlight and fog light should perform well to offer excellent driving visibility, all of them should be maintained on a regular basis for your driving safety and Festiva's overall nice quality.
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