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frogsuk

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model Fusion 1.4 Dura & Tourneo Connect
  • Ford Year 2008
  • UK/Ireland Location Carmarthenshire
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000
  • Interests Classic Cars
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  1. Re. initial post by lasse1955 and actuator rack sticking Yesterday my daughters car broke down 180 miles from home with three of us in it. The RAC came out and bless the chap, he spent 2 hours trying to repair it. The problem was that it would jam out of gear so not able to start. In the end the car was recovered to my home and they gave us a new VW to use as we have onward travel cover (Fantastic cover from RAC and only £55 cover for two people using Tesco Club and points). Car was returned to our home this morning and the same thing that you reported was wrong. Took 1 1/4 hours to remove it, repair and refit as you post says... A very easy job... I removed the headlight (three screws and a connector) and access was great. Didn't even need to jack the car up. Thank you so much for your post... Saved me a heap...