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focus steve77

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focus steve77 last won the day on August 8 2011

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About focus steve77

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    focus zetec
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    5001 to 10,000
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  1. Does the A/C compressor/pump bracket bolts go into the cylinder head where oil could seep....?
  2. some more photos of underneath air con pump
  3. More pics of oil..... form other side (above) what is in that corner where air con is bolted.....? Had the timing cover off bone dry......
  4. ignore the yellow circle and red arrow that was for something else
  5. Hi this is my oil problem that is driving me mad..... focus 2007 1.8 TDCi have tried Barrs oil stop leak..... put in garage mechanic put dye in still nothing....... here are some pics.....
  6. further inspection the spring at the bottom snapped so it was wider, replaced with a new one which was a bit of a pig of a job but all done now.....
  7. front coil spring has half came off while driving along (lots of smoke as riubbining against tyre) well more half of the spring is hanging over the bottom suspension stop/strut M.O.T was only 2 days ago and only drive 30-40 mile since....? Spring does not looked cracked.....? Any ideas on what caused....? I suppose i would need some spring compressors and unbolt the top from engine bay once jacked up...?
  8. been quoted between £80-£100 approx 2 hours been told...? Labour only.... spring £52 for the pair from eurocarparts thats with the 25% off
  9. Rear springs have just failed on me trusty 2001 mondy tddi lol.... is it an easy change for myself to do have changed front springs in vauxhalls before but never rears.... any ideas welcomed
  10. So just buy a rear box cut my original and slide on and clamp...?
  11. 2.0 TDDi 2001 original exhaust straight through has split just before rear box...... can i buy just a rear box an it slides over or will i have to buy the whole system again...? local exhaust centre want £248 for original..... Theres nothing wrong with centre or back box just the piope has cracked/snapped..... Any help ideas please.... Kent area...
  12. Any ideas............? please...
  13. Have fitted the after market sensors from ebay, on focus, mondeo, mazda, and saab they cost £10 or little more from ebay and work a treat most cars have a plstic strip in the rear bumper which where i always situate the sensors, then if you look where your spare is you will see a rubber gromit somewhere under the carpet run the wires up back of bumper through gromit, take some boot interior trim off run wires along to lights a choc block to reversing wire supply, then position the speaker for sensor where desired all in all bout 20-30 min job and just as good as factory fitted, just be patient a measure along the strip and mark before drilling so there all neat and about 25-30cm apart
  14. Ok friends mondeo 2001 tddi airbag problems dash flash code 25 was showing.... so got the trusty formidable out and code reader come up with : B2294 Restraint System - Curtain Fault 5963 5956 * *fault as above found and cleared* Checked both rear airbag curtain connections and immediate wiring and wiring in the centre console airbag control unit, rechecked D.T.C found rear wiper jet did not work but has not done for a year, airbag fault has been a month, so checked water hose to rear jet the elbow section was not connected so maybe some water was present a year ago when last used but air bag fault only come up a month ago... code reader is saying passenger rear air bag curtain and water jet elbow is drivers side so checked both anyway.... *fault above still present cleared once more and reappeared instantly now baffeled am stuck so many people have said airbags that are non deployed dont go wrong...??? Any help please before some crooked garage looks at it as M.O.T time soon...
  15. trust me you can get your hand up there with a 10mm spanner or 10mm socket to undo the 2 bolts that hold the lock to the car, its tight but it can be done as i have succesfully done this only 2 months ago when it happened to mine, 1: Undersheild off 2: Make sure car is jacked up on axle stands (so you have room) 3: Reach up between radiator and engine block 4: Feel the 2 10mm nuts that hold lock on and remove the 2 nuts 5: Get out from under the car and you will need to tug the bonnet a little then hey presto bonnet undone... 6: Seperate bonnet catch fromk the lock removed and replace or fix....