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  1. Fitting Cruise Control Retrospectively?

    wiring harness are hand made there tailored to the vehicle there going in and wire colours and thickness/resistence can change weekly not like cars of old where one was the same as another Oh and did i mention !!!kerching!!! on the price of one
  2. Fitting Cruise Control Retrospectively?

    Body Control Main Interface or other words body control module
  3. Best Spec To Go For

    best spec is what you can afford and then haggle for what you really wanted Good Luck
  4. Ooops

    buy another wire and cable tie the the connector together to stop it coming apart from each other
  5. Poor Fuel Consumption

    TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN No.64/2010 07 October 2010 [Printable HTML page] Circulate to: Service Manager Body Shop Manager Parts Manager Foremen Receptionists Technicians © Ford Motor Company All rights reserved. This bulletin represents technical service information only. Without exception all gratis repairs and replacements are subject to the individual warranty and policy procedures of the supervisory Ford Company. The illustrations, technical information, data and descriptive text in this issue, to the best of our knowledge, were correct at the time of publication. Subject/Concern: Poor driveability and high fuel consumption Model: Mondeo 2007.5 (02/2007–) - with 149 kW (203 PS) only Build Date: 15.03.2010-15.08.2010 Build Code: AS-AP Assembly Plant: Genk Engine: 2.0L EcoBoost (MI4) Transmission/Transaxle: (6DCT450) S-MAX/Galaxy 2006.5 (03/2006–) - with 149 kW (203 PS) only Build Date: 15.03.2010-15.08.2010 Build Code: AS-AP Assembly Plant: Genk Engine: 2.0L EcoBoost (MI4) Transmission/Transaxle: (6DCT450) Markets: All Section: 307-01 Summary Should a customer express concern about poor driveability and high fuel consumption, the probable cause is the calibration of the Transmission Control Module (TCM) and the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). For markets where FordEtis IDS is used, connect FordEtis IDS and select the appropriate symptoms from the concern descriptions above. Follow the FordEtis IDS instructions to rectify this concern and send any related diagnostic feedback session files. Failure to follow these instructions will affect any associated warranty claim submission. For markets where FordEtis IDS is not available, rectify this concern by following the attached service repair instruction. • NOTE: Use IDS 69.03 DVD or a later version. • NOTE: Before commencing module configuration or programming, connect the vehicle battery to a suitable external power supply in order to maintain a constant battery voltage throughout the procedure. For detailed information refer to TSB 62/2007. To rectify this concern, a revised calibration for the TCM and the PCM must be installed. Labor Times published in this TSB are available from 18.10.2010 onwards. Please refresh your Labor Master file at that day to receive the new data in your Dealer Management System. Please contact your internal system administrator. Labor Time Operation Description Operation No. / Time IDS - Vehicle Connection/Communication (Includes select customer symptoms, reading and deleting fault codes in FordEtis IDS) 29 099 0 IDS - TCM Module - Reprogram additional 710011C64 IDS - PCM Module - Reprogram 29 120 5 IDS - Read/Delete DTCs (Not in conjunction with Symptom Based Diagnostic) 29 099 4 Repair/Claim Coding Causal Part: 29254 PCM or 35150 TCM ACES Condition Code: 04 OASIS 622000 Production Action An updated calibration for the TCM and PCM has been introduced into production since 16.08.2010 (build code AP). Service Instruction See Summary. For markets where FordEtis IDS is used, connect FordEtis IDS and select the appropriate symptoms from the concern descriptions above. Follow the FordEtis IDS instructions to rectify this concern. NOTE: The warranty claims payment system will expect an RVC with any related warranty claim to avoid possible claim rejection. For markets where FordEtis IDS is not available, follow the service repair instruction below: IDS - TCM And PCM - Reprogram 1. Connect IDS portable diagnostic unit to the vehicle and establish communication (VID the vehicle). Confirm the vehicle details are correct. 2. Check for any stored Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs). 3. Clear any stored DTCs. 4. NOTE: Before commencing module configuration or programming, connect the vehicle battery to a suitable external power supply in order to maintain a constant battery voltage throughout the procedure. For detailed information refer to TSB 62/2007. • NOTE: Use IDS 69.03 DVD or a later version. Reprogram the TCM and PCM using IDS. Select the <Toolbox> tab at the top of the screen. Select <Modul Newprogramming>, <Module Reprogramming> and then <TCM>. • Press the tick. • Follow the further instructions from IDS and confirm. Select <Modul Newprogramming>, <Module Reprogramming> and then <PCM>. • Press the tick. • Follow the further instructions from IDS and confirm. 5. Disconnect IDS from the vehicle.
  6. Engine Smell

    Ford have a customer concern campaign ongoing were the breather pip has been reworked as it breaks down and goes soft leading it to split a new pipes available fitted a few recently
  7. Tyres And Speed Rating

    Thats a point aswell to remember #spare wheel speeds lower but is meant a tempory fitment
  8. Tyres And Speed Rating

    they should be of equal or better quality and safe useage ie tyres suitable for travelling at 100mph+ without overheating and causing a blowout capable cornring at poss speed your vehicle travels taking into account weight of vehicle and possiable load put on the tyres due to size. Q - for cars with max speeds up to 100mph (160km/h) R - for cars with max speeds up to 105mph (170km/h) S - for cars with max speeds up to 113mph (180km/h) T - for cars with max speeds up to 118mph (190km/h) H - for cars with max speeds up to 130mph (210km/h) V - for cars with max speeds up to 150mph (240km/h) Z - for cars with speeds over 150mph (240km/h) W - for cars with max speeds up to 168mph (270km/h) Y - for cars with max speeds up to 186mph (300km/h theres also xl (extra load as fitted to galaxy/smax) http://www.national.co.uk/information/read-a-sidewall.aspx
  9. Audio And Bluetooth Firmware Updates

    certain boothtoothed phones arent supported
  10. Water In Driver Side Floor!!!

    Ka 1997 (09/1996–07/2008) Build Date: 09/1996-07/2008 Build Code: TL-8D Ka 2009 (08/2008-) Build Date: 08/2008 Onwards Build Code: 8E Onwards Assembly Plant: Tychy Streetka 2003.5 (01/2003–) Build Date: 01/2003-07/2005 Build Code: 3C-5A Fiesta 2002.25 (11/2001–09/2008) Build Date: 11/2001-09/2008 Build Code: 1D-8L Fusion 2002.75 (06/2002–) Build Date: 06/2002 Onwards Build Code: 2U Onwards Focus 2004.75 (07/2004–) Build Date: 07/2004 Onwards Build Code: 4D Onwards Focus 2004.75 (07/2004–) - Coupe Convertible Build Date: 07/2006 Onwards Build Code: 6M Onwards C-MAX 2003.75 (06/2003–) Build Date: 06/2003 Onwards Build Code: 3Y Onwards Transit/Tourneo Connect 2002.5 (06/2002–) Build Date: 06/2002 Onwards Build Code: 2U Onwards Transit 2006.5 (04/2006–) Build Date: 04/2006 Onwards Build Code: 6T Onwards Markets: All Section: 501-11 Summary • NOTE: For waterleaks from the upper windshield area on S-MAX/Galaxy 2006.5 with heated windshield refer to TSB 10/2007. Should a customer express concern about waterleaks from the upper windshield area, one probable cause is insufficient application of windshield adhesive during production. To rectify this concern, windshield adhesive should be applied into the gap at the windshield. It is NOT required to install a new windshield. To enable a smooth adhesive application the grey flat nozzle needs to be reworked. Parts Required Description Finis Code Quantity Windshield Adhesive (essential for three windshield repairs) 1 102 105 - Labor Time Operation Description Operation No. / Time Application Of Windshield adhesive To The Windshield 710041B93 Repair/Claim Coding Causal Part: 357 ACES Condition Code: 68 OASIS 102000, 110000, 111000 General Equipment Finis Code Spatula Locally procured Flat nozzle (part of the clinched flange sealer (two different flat nozzles)) Locally procured or 1 136 479 Service Instruction See Summary. 1. Prepare the flat nozzle. 1. Flat nozzle (grey) 2. Cut for adhesive application. 3. Using a file, sharpen the flat nozzle for better access into the gap. 2. Remove the polyurethane (PU) adhesive cap and heat the adhesive (see Parts Required) for a minimum of 30 minutes. 3. Apply the windshield adhesive in a continuous bead inside the gap between the windshield and the roof panel. Using tape, to secure the surrounding sheet metal and the windshield. 1. Application of the windshield adhesive on vehicles with weatherstrip. 2. Application of the windshield adhesive on vehicles without weatherstrip. 3. Insert the flat nozzle as far as possible into the gap to apply the windshield adhesive. Using a spatula, to induce the windshield adhesive into the gap. Remove any excess windshield adhesive. Allow the windshield adhesive to dry over night.
  11. Audio And Bluetooth Firmware Updates

    737-01-01 553F 0498 70
  12. Rs Series 1 Focus

    water pump has done my head in today help needed cant find how to get it out its all undone tried with pulley off but now thats in the way ive tried looking it up on the etis website but for some reason or mine cant find the way of getting it out the the pump wont pass down or up passed the chassis leg dont think the engine will drop enough or rise enough for clearence help if you can please Thanxs
  13. Hello From West Midlands!

    velcome to the funhouse lol
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