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Popular Genuine Ford Focus Parts

  • Motor And Transmission Mount

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    Motor And Transmission Mount

  • Steering Wheel

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    Steering Wheel

  • Fog Light Bulb

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    Fog Light Bulb

  • Air Filter

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    Air Filter

  • Shock Absorber

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    Shock Absorber

  • Instrument Cluster

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    Instrument Cluster

  • Fuel Tank

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    Fuel Tank

  • Speedometer

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    Speedometer

  • Transmission Assembly

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    Transmission Assembly

  • Timing Chain

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    Timing Chain

  • Body Control Module

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    Body Control Module

  • Coil Springs

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    Coil Springs

  • Headlight

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    Headlight

  • Spark Plug

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    Spark Plug

  • Shift Cable

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    Shift Cable

  • Door Handle

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    Door Handle

  • Brake Booster

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    Brake Booster

  • Wheel Cover

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    Wheel Cover

  • Drive Shaft

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    Drive Shaft

  • Fuel Pump

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    Fuel Pump

About Ford Focus

Ford Focus, as a compact car, has been produced by the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company since 1998. When the first Ford Focus got introduced in North America during 1999 for the 2000 model year, it was meant to replace the Ford Escort. Until now, though it has been manufactured through three generations, Ford Focus quickly stands out as a small car and has received the 1999 European Car of the Year award and AW Editors' Choice Award and so on.
The second-generation Ford Focus (2007-2012) made its debut at the 2007 North American International Auto Show as a 2-door coupe and 4-door sedan as hatchbacks and wagon were discontinued. It then was offered in S, SE, SES, and SEL trim levels as well as a hydrogen-powered Focus FCV. Ford Focus then was powered by a 2.0 L Duratec inline 4-cylinder gasoline engine rated 136 horsepower. Then the third-generation Ford Focus (2012-present), also known as Focus Mk III, was unveiled at the 2010 North American International Auto Show as a 2012 model. Then it became the best-selling car for 2012. Besides trim levels carried over from the previous generation, it also added Titanium and RS trim levels as well as Focus Electric. Ford Focus now gets more engine options ranging from 2.0 L EcoBoost inline 4-cylinder engine developing 252 hp to 2.3 L EcoBoost inline 4-cylinder engine, and all these engines are paired with 6-speed automatic, manual or 5-speed manual transmission.

Ford Focus Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Sharp handling, expressive styling and the availability of multiple body styles make Ford Focus a popular car worldwide, no wonder so many people have one. While for these Ford Focus owners, knowing how to diagnose and solve common problems on it in time is extremely critical:
First, bad hesitation and jerking when starting from a stop position. According to the information from car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, this is the top problem about Ford Focus. Many experienced Focus drivers are willing to help others to recognize this issue as early as possible, so they put forward some signs. They told it would start with impact noises, excessive vibration, engine movement, then engine performance reduced so that decrease in power while acceleration and poor fuel efficiency arose. Once the Check Engine Light on your Ford Focus comes on, inspecting the motor and transmission mount, engine mount, throttle body, and throttle cable now is a wise choice.
Second, transmission and suspension failure. Transmission issue is also a very serious problem on Ford Focus. It often manifests as the indicator does not match the gear you are in, or the vehicle starts in another gear or does not go into any gear at all. Sometime, you will have difficulty in shifting gears and the vehicle keeps jumping in and out of four-wheel drive. In your Ford Focus, you need to keep a close eye on the conditions of the clutch disc, shift cable and transfer case shim. As for suspension failure, as it will cause intense vibration while driving, swerve or nose dive while braking, uneven tire wear, thus, you could check the Focus axle beam and shocker absorber directly.
Routine maintenance is a step that you should never leave out if you want to extend or not shorten your Ford Focus' life expectancy. Focus headlight is responsible for offering better visibility to drivers in low light such as early morning or dark night, but it may get failed or cloudy due to crash or long-term usage, thus, for your driving safety, you are supposed to maintain it routinely. The wheel cover is not only the decorative part but also could keep the accumulation of moisture, dirt on wheels, so wheels could move smoothly. Routine maintenance on it is also essential.
You also need to choose OEM Ford Focus auto parts when faced with overwhelming parts. Price is what you should care as FordPartsPrime.com offers a broad selection of genuine Ford Focus auto parts at the lowest price online. High quality, reliability and durability are the basic features of these OEM Focus parts as all of them are backed by the manufacturer's warranty, hassle-free return policy and quickest delivery service.