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Hi.... can anyone tell me how many keys I should have for a 56 ford focus. At the moment I have 1 remote (fixed key, type 2) and 1 non remote (fixed key). Should I also have a remote with folding key (type 1)? The owners manual isnt clear on whether you get both types of remote key, or just one + the non remote type. Thanks in advance. Deggles
Thanks for your quick response guys. I am wondering now why the blanking cover is missing. Perhaps it has been necessary to reset the pump at some time, ie maybe the care was involved in an accident? Thanks anyway. Kind regards, Deggles.
Hi all. Im new to the forum today, joining as Im a bit concerned that I may have pressed something I shouldn't have. oops!! A couple of days ago I bought a used Ford Focus. Its a UK, 2005, 1.6L Automatic Zetec. Whilst giving it a good clean inside today, I discovered that the circular blanking cover that goes into trim on the footwell, close to the throttle pedal and near the lower door hinge was missing. Wondering if the blanking cover had simply been forced inside at some time, I put my finger into the hole, and downwards vertically. I felt a soft rubber cap and as i pushed it I realised it felt like more like an electrical button I was pressing. Have I discovered a concealed electrical button for engine diagnostic or throttle setup perhaps? Might I have caused any problems by pressing this? The engine was running at the time. I would be very grateful if anyone could advise me what this is for. Thanks in advance for your help. Regards Deggles