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About Stoney871

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    2015 Focus ST3 300bhp
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  1. Some cars do have the changer loom already in place under the carpet. Take a look for the connector poking out under a seat rail. Sent from my SM-G930F
  2. I think they're trying to emulate Mercedes who introduced their AMG line. Badges don't make a midline car better. Sent from my SM-G930F
  3. Bung them a cheeky offer, they may be glad to get rid and clear some space. Sent from my SM-G930F
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  6. Replace it, that won't glue as it's too soft. The arm unclips by running the taut edge of a cloth behind it in a sawing motion. Sent from my SM-G930F
  7. I still strongly suspect the module.
  8. The hazards should flash on deadlocking (2nd press of lock button), the failure to lock may be a faulty or corroded locking module in the drivers door. They are prone to water ingress via the sill rubbers. Sent from my SM-G930F
  10. Finis (part) code is 1333905. Sent from my SM-G930F
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  13. For PC banking take a look at Trusteer Rapport. I use it as recommended by my bank and it filters out and notifies about phishing and malware websites.
  14. What the cable switching refers to is that there are 2 live wires- A ) Ignition live B ) Battery live On some aftermarket loom adaptors these need swapping, this is mainly due to the quadlock adaptor supplied by many companies (especially halfrauds) being supposedly designed for Ford and Vauxhall however they forget that the compatability is not 100%. Swap the wires and see how you go, you should be able to pop out the contacts in the adaptors quadlock connector with a very small screwdriver.
  15. A decent locksmith should be able to source an original key and at a better price than Ford retail price. The big chunk is the reprogramming cost at your dealership which is a rip for a literally 2 minute job. The problem is that dealerships won't do anything without a one hour diagnostic check which is a ) pointless and b ) is charged at a minimum hours labour rate. All they do is plug the car in while they carry on with other jobs then come back to read the results while their tea brews. Any Auto locksmith you contact may well be under retainer to the dealership to process their keys anyway so you can simply cut out the (rather expensive) middleman. I have a good contact where I live who does all the keys for my dealership and he gets just the basic costs while the dealership makes the majority of the cash. Sent from my SM-G930F