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About Stoney871

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  • Birthday 04/24/1970

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model 2015 Focus ST3 250BHP
  • Ford Year 2015
  • UK/Ireland Location Devon
  • Annual Mileage 20,001 to 25,000
  • Interests Car Modification
  • Contributor 5

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  1. Adaptive Lighting Malfunctioning

    Easy fix, it just needs a new headlight unit. It's a position sensor fault in the headlight itself that causes the problem. Fair enough it took my dealer 2 goes to correct my fault but a new headlight was definitely the answer as everything is as it should be now. Obviously whoever makes the units for Ford need to improve their quality control procedures. My car was diagnosed by the sensor being covered and the steering being operated while the wheels were on turn plates (usually used when altering wheel alignment).
  2. I believe that any cable with a male mini USB plug (module side) to standard female USB should suffice.
  3. Odd one

    Emergency rations in case of getting stuck somewhere 😆 Sent from my SM-G930F
  4. Door panel removal guide

    Trim tools are very handy. I prefer Bojo. Sent from my SM-G930F
  5. Owners handbook

    Search Scribd. They have a fair amount if Ford documents there. Sent from my SM-G930F
  6. Things I Do Like

    There's no money in 10 minutes work 😉 Sent from my SM-G930F
  7. 2015 Focus Titanium X - Floor Mats

    When I got my ST it came with blank mats too. Sent from my SM-G930F
  8. TBH I prefer the honeycomb type. Sorry 🤔 Sent from my SM-G930F
  9. There's two levels of APIM, the low level one gives compass bearings and lat/long for the Emergency Assistance system and the high level one that gives full functionality. I really don't believe that a lower APIM can be made to run full function nav access I'd like to be proven wrong though if it means direct programmibg rather than expensive module changes. Sent from my SM-G930F
  10. Not a lot of gain to be had on NA engines. Glad I like turbo's 😎 Sent from my SM-G930F
  11. We're all interested. If it's possible without paying £600 to get a nav APIM from America then it's definitely worth knowing. Sent from my SM-G930F
  12. Mk3 focus stereo/sat nav

    £600 isn't too bad when you consider that to fit the updated Ford navigation APIM is about the same cost. Sent from my SM-G930F
  13. Go to the Superchips site and put in your car details. It'll give you details of achieved performance gains and dyno graphs. Sent from my SM-G930F
  14. It was my understanding that to fit the full nav system to a mk3.5 you need the correct APIM which has to be VIN coded to the car? Sent from my SM-G930F
  15. Odd one

    It's so soaked in oil that it won't rot. In time it will end up dry and hard like a crisp. I wouldn't worry. Sent from my SM-G930F