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Phil C

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  • Ford Model Fiesta
  1. Hi there. Only a quick question if I may! I need to replace my inner and outer cv joints on the o/s driveshaft. I'm aware I can remove the track rod end, lower arm ball joint and driveshaft 32mm nut and remove the hub part of the driveshaft from the brake disc. Though, can I replace the inner cv boot by stretching it on from the hub end going towards the gearbox? Cheers guys Phil
  2. Hello guys! Only a quick request, does anyone happen to have a drive belt diagram for my fiesta 1998? No aircon! Cheers. Phil
  3. fiesta electric window problem

    I often find the cold affects the speed
  4. Rear Window heater + Fog Lights

    On the actual grid? Yes I've noticed one is different to the other
  5. Ok so my rear window heater (the grid) and my fog lights are completely broke. Although both the fuses are fine so obviously I'm thinking it's a switch or relay. Where would I find these relays/switches on a 1998 fiesta 1.25 zetec? :) My fog light button works when I press it but no fog lights come on, even after I've changed the bulbs. Same with the rear window heater, the light on the button comes on but the grid does not work. Help appreciated, thanks :) Phil.
  6. Hi, I have a 1998 Ford Fiesta, 1.25 Zetec. Tonight the speakers just cut out on me when I had my CD player on. I know for a fact the problem is associated with the wire going in the speaker by my door handle, I just don't know how to get to it. The wire may have came out of it's socket due to excessive force on closing my door. Funnily enough I got it working before by fiddling with the actual door handle frame but it went off again, so it's got to be a loose wire. How can I get to this wire behind the door handle speaker? Help muchly appreciated! Thanks :)