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williamweb

True Ford Enthusiast
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About williamweb

  • Rank
    Too much time on the boards

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  • First Name
    Richard

Profile Information

  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    focus tdci 1800
  • Ford Year
    2004
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Somerset
  • Annual Mileage
    5001 to 10,000
  1. There is a thin layer of insulation on the undertray of the MK1.5.Although undertrays can be a pain I wouldn't be without one, giving protection to sensors amongst other things.
  2. Usually the light cluster or air vent.I've a mk1 so I expect someone with a mk3 will have a better idea.
  3. So after looking in my Ford owners guide which I should of done in the first place ( forgot all about it) and a schoolboy error,it seems I need to buy an additional appropriate blank key programmed so that I have two unique identification codes to program up to four keys to my car in total.Thanks for all your feedback 😀
  4. Yes buddy,that's for PATS 11 😊
  5. Ok Bud cheers for that 🙄
  6. Yeah,ok Del but I want to sort out a master key so I can program myself 🤓
  7. Hello everybody,so I own a mk1 with PATS 1 and unfortunately only 1 key with transponder and remote.I understand to program a 2nd key I need the red solid master key that has been mislaid somewhere🤡.Do I take my car to Ford and get hammered or is an auto locksmith able to provide me with a synchronised master key.Thankyou.
  8. Good morning Tim, my stock tyre sizes are quieter than the wider low profiles I have on now but having said that much depends on the road surface you are driving on buddy.
  9. Why not go to your local Ford parts department for the correct colour.
  10. Ok buddy,my power steering makes a whirring noise if my car is stationary or traveling slow and on manoeuvres,so I reckon it is normal.
  11. Yeah looking at the link I can see where the ball joint description comes into play,lol.
  12. That's the rear Anti-roll bar link buddy.
  13. No that is the rear upper suspension arm.
  14. Yeah I appreciate that buddy,you really do have to nail them down to what they mean if you don't understand the description on work sheets.It's happened to me many times,lol.
  15. I don't know buddy,I'm just offering my understanding of what a tie bar is,for what it's worth,lol.