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Popular Genuine Ford Fiesta Parts

  • Fog Light Bulb

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    Fog Light Bulb

  • Shock Absorber

    Ford Fiesta
    Shock Absorber

  • Instrument Cluster

    Ford Fiesta
    Instrument Cluster

  • Fuel Tank

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    Fuel Tank

  • Speedometer

    Ford Fiesta
    Speedometer

  • Transmission Assembly

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    Transmission Assembly

  • Steering Wheel

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    Steering Wheel

  • Timing Chain

    Ford Fiesta
    Timing Chain

  • Motor And Transmission Mount

    Ford Fiesta
    Motor And Transmission Mount

  • Coil Springs

    Ford Fiesta
    Coil Springs

  • Headlight

    Ford Fiesta
    Headlight

  • Spark Plug

    Ford Fiesta
    Spark Plug

  • Shift Cable

    Ford Fiesta
    Shift Cable

  • Door Handle

    Ford Fiesta
    Door Handle

  • Brake Booster

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    Brake Booster

  • Wheel Cover

    Ford Fiesta
    Wheel Cover

  • Drive Shaft

    Ford Fiesta
    Drive Shaft

  • Fuel Pump

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    Fuel Pump

  • Air Filter

    Ford Fiesta
    Air Filter

  • Alternator

    Ford Fiesta
    Alternator

About Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta, as a supermini car, has been produced by the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company since 1976. Though when Ford Fiesta was introduced in the American market for the first time, it looked good, handled great and had some semblance of quality, but U.S. drivers weren't ready for it, so just after three years, the Fiesta was replaced by the super-cheap Escort. But in 2010, the sixth-generation was again available in North America. In fact, Ford Fiesta has been one of the best-selling marques of Ford and has won many awards and recognition worldwide. Until now, Ford Fiesta has been manufactured through seven generations.
The sixth-generation Ford Fiesta (2011-2016) also called Ford Fiesta Mark VI was first unveiled at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show in December for the North American market. It entered production in May 2010. North American version of Ford Fiesta was offered in base S, mid-level SE, top-of-the-line SES, SEL and Titanium, and high-performance ST as a 4-door saloon and 5-door hatchback. And back then, Ford Fiesta was powered by a 1.6 L 4-cylinder engine that produces 120 horsepower and a 1.0 L EcoBoost 3-cylinder engine that makes 123 horsepower, both engines were mated to the 5-speed, 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmissions. Then the seventh-generation Ford Fiesta (2016-present) was introduced on November 29, 2016 called as Ford Fiesta Mark VII. Now, it gets power from 1.0 L I3, 1.1 I3, 1.5 L I3 and 1.5 L I4 engines paired with the 5-speed, 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmissions.

Ford Fiesta Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As an economical car with levels of refinement, sportiness and style, Ford Fiesta boasts impressive comfort, enjoyable driving dynamics and an inviting cabin. And that is why it being so wonderful and popular. However, if you also own a Ford Fiesta, you are supposed to know these in advance:
First, braking failure and intermittent shudder when taking off. No one would deny the significance of braking system, either Ford Fiesta drivers. They told that as the accumulation of mileage, the brakes would become super noisy and poorly responded. At the same, the brake pedal became more and more spongy and score marks may appear on the rotor. The Fiesta brake disc and brake pads are often the culprits. As for intermittent shudder, it belongs to transmission failure. You had better focus on your Fiesta synchronizer ring if your vehicle jerks, shudders again.
Second, engine and suspension failures. Engine failure is a very common issue on Ford Fiesta. Different driving habits may result in different results, but most Ford Fiesta drivers said engine would first make some strange noises, then it started to go downhill. More important is that cooling failure caused by leaking coolant kept it in high temperature, which deteriorates its performance. So, once you sense any abnormality of your engine, you are advised to inspect the engine control module, timing belt, timing chain, timing belt tensioner, oil filter, water pump, ignition coil, thermostat gasket, valve cover gasket and water pump gasket. As for suspension failure, you need pay more attention to the Fiesta control arm.
In order to sustain your Ford Fiesta for a longer time, essential routine maintenance on parts that are easy to wear and play important roles in driving is indispensable. In Ford Fiesta, windshield wiper and wiper arm are both crucial in clearing off debris that blocked drivers' vision on the windscreen, so that drivers won't get into accidents because of poor visibility. Other parts such as seat heater switch, seat switch, door handle, horn and antenna should be maintained on a regular basis as well.
Another efficient way to lengthen your Ford Fiesta's lifespan is to go for OEM Ford Fiesta auto parts when faced with needs of new parts replacements. They will not only fit your vehicle perfectly but also restore its performance to the greatest extent. Price is not what you do not have a need to consider as FordPartsPrime.com is dedicated to offering a wide range of lowest-priced genuine Ford Fiesta auto parts online. With support from manufacturer's warranty, hassle-free return policy and quickest delivery service, you can purchase these OEM Fiesta parts with complete confidence.