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About Drazha

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    Settling In Well
  • Birthday 07/05/1975

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  • First Name Dragutin

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model Focus
  • Ford Year 2005
  • UK/Ireland Location Dublin
  • Annual Mileage 5001 to 10,000

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  • Location Dublin
  1. Focus Mk2 & Mk2.5 Footwell Lights

    Just to confirm that my 2005 LX 1.4 Petrol has the same plastic holders wired up and working. Plugged two bulbs I had rattling about, and they work. Just one comment: the plastic holder actually can "twist and turn" and get out of the metal bracket, so if this happens, just make sure you don't hold the bulb and to the twisting and turning cause you'll end up in a bad place :)
  2. Problem Start my Focus! - 1.8TDCi 02

    *tiny voice* where is the clutch pedal switch/sensor/thingie?
  3. Slight Shudder When Braking And Clutch In!

    Well, dont forget the alternator is feeding everything else as well. And charging the battery. On my old '96 Rover, I put the Halfords Heavy Duty battery, not a misfire since. It eats petrol at 10l/100km but thats another matter.
  4. Problem Start my Focus! - 1.8TDCi 02

    Re-he-ally? That might explain defunct cruise control. So, what does that mean in real life?
  5. Problem Start my Focus! - 1.8TDCi 02

    Speaking of which, and completely off-topic, what is DTC 900 for?
  6. Slight Shudder When Braking And Clutch In!

    Could be !Removed! battery then. I was looking for a way to stick in a Halfords Heavy Duty Baterry in it instead of the "standard" ones.
  7. 6000Cd Radio

    The manual says: The "Phone" button mutes/unmutes the sound. No mention of bluetooth.
  8. User Manual

    There is a clearance in Argos...
  9. Alright, so I looked at the user manual, none of the fuses are listed for speed/cruise control. On one of the forums, fuses 53 and 29 are mentioned. 53 is listed as tail light fuse (but my tail light works, and the central, and the left and right one, and the break one, all of them) whereas fuse 29 is not listed in the manual... So, anyone have an idea what fuses I should be looking at before I go back and start tearing the glove box apart?
  10. Location Of The Aircon Gas Tank?

    Well, I just cant find that pipe, nor the canister looking either left or right. Damn, my Rover was eaiser to dig in, this engine compartment is so cramped up! Oh well... I am guessing that since there are not many days in Ireland where I will need cooling, open windows will do just fine.
  11. Location Of The Aircon Gas Tank?

    Well, the buttons are there (took me several days to acutally notice the buttons on the steering wheel and ask myself: what are these for?) and the dash indicator light is there (did the dash thingie with holding reset while powering up to get into diag mode) and the break lights work, so it should not be that... At any rate, we'll see... I'll check the fuse box, but in the end I think I will have to dismantle the steering wheel...
  12. User Manual

    Well, just because you don't have any use for a squirrel on an Ann Summers party doesn't mean there is none ;)
  13. Clutch

    keywords: usually, never :) I am saying simply because if it never happened before or after it, maybe its something as stupid as that?
  14. Location Of The Aircon Gas Tank?

    Ah, you see, it doesnt have the A/C button. So its not "air controlled" as such, but still, when I turn on the cooling, I'd expect cool air, not warmish, to come in. Anyway, I'll dig in a bit better, see what comes out.
  15. Location Of The Aircon Gas Tank?

    Yeah, I am Irish only cause I lived here for 11 years :) If you only knew the truth... Never mind, I'll go deep diving into the engine bay later on.