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  1. In the FORD FOCUS Owner's Manual (2015 CG3630en 01-2015), there is a “Note” under “Locks”: "Note: When you lock your vehicle for several weeks, the remote control will be switched off. Your vehicle must be unlocked and started. Unlocking and starting your vehicle once will enable the remote control."
  2. Simple answer is in your last post, They've adjusted the tracking, badly! You should have mentioned they were checking the wheel alignment, in your first post.
  3. http://www.ctek.com/gb/en/page/whycharge/12v-battery-charger Unlike many battery chargers available on the market, a CTEK 24V or 12V battery charger will react only to the needs of the battery meaning that every CTEK charger is suitable to charge, condition and prolong the life of all of the above Car Batteries.
  4. It's not a question of whether the rear is adjustable or not, the front wheels should be aligned with the rears, to ensure all four point in the same direction. Even "non-adjustable" can be "shimmed", if required.
  5. If you don't have 4-wheel alignment, you run the risk of the car "crabbing" down the road. If that happens, you need to turn the steering wheel to compensate. http://www.alignmycar.co.uk/what-is-the-difference-between-tracking-and-four-wheel-alignment/ http://www.alignmycar.co.uk/start2/?gclid=CNz1k8W9_tECFVS4GwodKUkA4Q
  6. Did you have 4-wheel alignment done, or just the front?
  7. Not sure how Ford set up their regeneration system, but on the Citroen C4, one of the things it does is switch on the heated wing mirrors to load up the electrical system/alternator. Some C4 owners have wired in an LED bulb behind the mirror glass, which lights up when regeneration takes place.