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acetopbanana

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About acetopbanana

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  • First Name Tom

Profile Information

  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model focus
  • Ford Year 2009
  • UK/Ireland Location Essex
  • Annual Mileage 5001 to 10,000
  • Interests General Automotive
    Motorsport & Racing
    Computers & Electronics
    Sports & Leisure
  1. Engine Start Up

    That's right
  2. Engine Start Up

    Hi Jee, Thanks for the information regarding the ICV, I'll have it checked out. As for the button, you're right, sometimes I have to press it a little longer than usual before it fires up. In this case, the engine does take a little longer to turn over. Could this be related to the ICV?
  3. Engine Start Up

    I have a power start button in my Focus and on several occasions, I have had to hold the button down for longer to start the engine. Also, sometimes when I prepare to stop (approaching a junction, for example), I would put the gear back into neutral and the engine would sometimes drop to below 500 RPM, almost to a point when it nearly stalls, and the engine would rev up again. I've noticed that these problems occur when it is particularly cold. Sorry guys, it's the best I could describe. Has anyone had any similar problems?
  4. Focus Mk2.5 Lights

    Thanks mate, I appreciate it.
  5. Focus Mk2.5 Lights

    Thanks for that. But, surely they must turn themselves off eventually even if you forget to lock the car, right?
  6. Hi guys, Does anybody know how to turn the footwell lights, cockpit information and the radio standby display off after you have switched the engine off? I'm worried they might affect the battery. I have tried looking through the manual and as far as I can tell, it doesn't give you much advice. Thanks very much