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bellys
hi just got a mondeo mk3 zetec 2lt i will get some pics up soon
vinnyvangough
Hi and welcome to the club
Dude1235
[quote name='vinnyvangough' post='54451' date='Dec 15 2009, 12:32 PM']Hi and welcome to the club[/quote]

Hi good people just joined your club hope you are all well
had a real hard time trying to log in
kept getting error when entering password

sorry if you already know of this (as it is abit long )
may need some patience from you guys/gals if I go to the wrong sections
I have a 2004 focus and tucked away in the local paper was this
RECALL from Ford who found a problem in August and are just
sending it out now in UK it read
fire risk sees 30,000 cars recalled
it affects all Ford Focus cars with 1.8L and 2.OL TDCi diesel engines built
between Feb 20 2004 and May 31 2006 includes Zetec and style and some
C-Max range Owners are advised to contact local dealer for fault to be corrected
free of charge
Following a specification change to the engine cooling fan module there was a risk of
corrosion that could cause overheating and get into electonic circuits that may be
sufficient to ignite the module and surrounding wiring
InstructorPiggy
[quote name='Dude1235' post='54465' date='Dec 15 2009, 03:12 PM']Hi good people just joined your club hope you are all well
had a real hard time trying to log in
kept getting error when entering password

sorry if you already know of this (as it is abit long )
may need some patience from you guys/gals if I go to the wrong sections
I have a 2004 focus and tucked away in the local paper was this
RECALL from Ford who found a problem in August and are just
sending it out now in UK it read
fire risk sees 30,000 cars recalled
it affects all Ford Focus cars with 1.8L and 2.OL TDCi diesel engines built
between Feb 20 2004 and May 31 2006 includes Zetec and style and some
C-Max range Owners are advised to contact local dealer for fault to be corrected
free of charge
Following a specification change to the engine cooling fan module there was a risk of
corrosion that could cause overheating and get into electonic circuits that may be
sufficient to ignite the module and surrounding wiring[/quote]


er, very wrong area there bud...this is welcoming new members only!!

Pop it in th right section bud, look under models in main menu :)

Oh, welcome Bellys!!! :)
Gazjs
Welcome to FOC
Jonny87
welcome :)


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