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Bagheera
As it's published in the UK, most of you may be familiar with the manuals.
You can find almost any model or make. I once ordered for my Focus from Amazon UK, and found very useful as a reference. If you're the DIY type, here is the URL:

[url="http://www.haynes.co.uk"]http://www.haynes.co.uk[/url]
InstructorPiggy
they are like a plague here bud!
Bagheera
[quote name='InstructorPiggy' post='56816' date='Dec 28 2009, 10:31 AM']they are like a plague here bud![/quote]

Well, I guess I carried coal to Newcastle :D

The similar idiom we say here is "to sell cress to a cress-seller"...
thesilverfox
Be cautious of the MKII Focus manual, as there are some known discrepancies with specific models (mainly relating to fuses and fuse box locations).
Bagheera
[quote name='thesilverfox' post='56874' date='Dec 28 2009, 07:54 PM']Be cautious of the MKII Focus manual, as there are some known discrepancies with specific models (mainly relating to fuses and fuse box locations).[/quote]

Thank you about that, this is good to know...


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