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Al J

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About Al J

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    Feet Under The Table
  • Birthday 10/21/1954

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    Fiesta 1.4 Zetec
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    0 to 5000

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  1. Hello,

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  2. Not been on the forums for quite a while and thought I'd have a look around again. Some lovely Fiestas there, everyone! Here's a couple of pics of mine. Yes, another frozen white one!
  3. has literally just gone online we need new members to update the guides and technical infos and show off your rides. check it out

  4. Great shots! I bet you had a lot of fun doing those.
  5. I had something similar develop shortly after I picked up mine. There's a small gap between the pillar and the dashboard. A little foam or rubber placed in that gap may sort it. Try it with something like a folded paper tissue first, just to see if it solves the problem.
  6. Hi and welcome. This link to another thread may help USB retrofit
  7. Hello and welcome!
  8. I got mine the same day with 12 miles on the clock! Similarity ends there though, done exactly half your mileage, 1700.
  9. Looking good, isn't it? Ford's Fiesta that will compete in the WRC next year. Hope it goes as well as it looks! Fiesta RS WRC
  10. Ford in Europe's Flickr photo set Ford Focus ST
  11. That would be my take on it too. Hey, who knows? You might all end up on Watchdog
  12. Hi and welcome!
  13. Hi, my new Fiesta is eight weeks old and the first thing that was wrong was a slightly damaged rear number plate. This was very quickly replaced. Anyway, today, I went back to the dealers (booked in) as the driver's door was slightly higher than the rear offside door. Nothing too serious but the beltline chrome trim accentuated the discrepancy. There was also a scratch on the windscreen. A couple of hours later, the scratch had been polished out and the doors aligned correctly. It's always worth going back and pressing for your dealer to remedy anything with which you're not happy. It's your money and they can do without losing your future custom. As for complaining, it's your right. You'll probably get a questionnaire from Ford about the work carried out, where you can vent your spleen or you can ask your dealer for a meeting with the manager. If you get no joy there, then perhaps putting it in writing to Ford UK may be the way to go. Personally, if all work has been carried out to my satisfaction, I'd leave it at that but it is, of course, your right to complain, should you wish to do so.
  14. It's only a couple of months ago, I'd say you definitely should get back to your ChipsAway man and tell him you're very disappointed as the repair doesn't have a glossy finish and so doesn't blend in. Chances are he'll sort it for you. They do have a responsibility as part of a larger company. edit: I was wondering if he meant to add the clear lacquer later and forgotten!