Used Ford Mondeo Jacking Point Covers

All used Ford Mondeo Jacking Point Covers listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. listed used car parts for Ford Mondeo are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Jacking Point Covers

Every motorist needs to know what to do in the event that their vehicle suffers a punctured tyre. The most important thing to be aware of is how to jack the vehicle up so that the defective tyre can be replaced with a working spare and this involves knowing where to find the car’s jacking points. On most vehicles, the jacking points will be located in proximity to the front and rear wheels on either side of the car.

In more modern vehicles, to protect the jacking point and also to preserve the appearance of the car, Mondeo Fordjacking point covers are fitted. Mondeo FordJacking point covers are generally made from plastic material and are designed to fit over the jacking point and remain firmly in place when the car is moving. They can be easily removed whenever the jacking point needs to be accessed to jack up the vehicle to change a tyre and are equally easily put back into place.

Mondeo FordJacking point covers are susceptible to damage but, fortunately, they are not particularly expensive vehicle components. If a vehicle’s Mondeo Fordjacking point covers are damaged it is also quite easy to find replacements, specific to the vehicle in question and no specialist fitting is required.

Ford Mondeo trivia

  • The fourth-generation Ford Mondeo was released in 2007 with several improvements. The newer model was more fuel-efficient and came with options for a hatchback model or an estate version.
  • Although the Mk1 and MKII Mondeos were regular sights in the British Touring Car Championship, it wasn’t until their final year of competing in 2000 that they won. The 2000 team, led by the legendary Alain Menu, owned the competition for the whole season, and not only came first in the competition but second and third as well.
  • We know it as the Mondeo, but in other countries, the car is called the Contour, the Fusion, or the Mercury Mystique. Incidentally, the word Mondeo comes from the Latin word for World!
  • There was a point where the Mondeo was the most popular company car in the UK. However, it eventually lost that title to the BMW 3-Series.
  • When the Mondeo went on sale in the UK in 1993, it had gone through six years of development and had a production price tag of £3 billion. At the time, that made it the single most expensive car ever produced. Fortunately, the spending paid off.