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    2015 Focus ST3 300bhp
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    20,001 to 25,000
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  1. Sent from my SM-G930F
  2. You can buy a RCA module that retrofits into the wiring loom at the back of the radio. Sent from my SM-G930F
  3. As you have the insert card prompt then it will work. Sent from my SM-G930F
  4. Pry between the rim of the metal sleeve and plastic trim with wide blade screwdrivers and pop the socket out. There is a single 2 point connector on the socket that just pulls off. Centre terminal is live and outer terminal is earth. Sent from my SM-G930F
  5. Glad to help. Sent from my SM-G930F
  6. No money req'd. It's in the post for ya. Sent from my SM-G930F
  7. The problem is a Ford dealer won't officially add nav as an after sales option. Iirc they are only allowed to activate it if the original APIM has been swapped due to failure or as a paid for option on new cars prior to delivering to a customer. How they can charge so much for an option that takes 5 minutes to do with only the nav card being the extra physical part is beyond me. Sent from my SM-G930F
  8. If they're asking 5000 rubles then that's approx £65 at the moment. Probably more with add-ons but still cheaper than £1200 from Ford (which they won't authorise anyway) or $800 from America which requires you to strip out and send your APIM module to them.
  9. The connector with the 4 pin ports is the AUX, the 6 pin one is definitely the PABDS switch connector.
  10. You mean this bit Fella?- I have this one spare and am happy to send to you. (black parts only inc bulb) Is your postal address still 44 H.....y Street?
  11. You are correct. Sent from my SM-G930F
  12. fiesta ecoboost

    If you were to read the paperwork you sign on dropping your car off for the service you will see that there is a specific section that applies to the application of all current software updates. Once you sign the form you give express permission to the dealership so they are contractually & legally covered. If you don't give consent then they can't and won't touch the car. I know it's human nature not to but reading the paperwork thoroughly and questioning anything you don't understand or particularly dislike is your perogative. If you don't want Ford tinkering then don't let them service the car. Sent from my SM-G930F
  13. Sent from my SM-G930F
  14. Frying/grilling steaks in order of tenderness are fillet, sirloin (inc t-bone), rib eye, rump/top rump. Topside/silverside are primarily roast meat but can be fried if thin cut but should be left medium rare or below due to the tendency to dry out quickly. Anything below that is basically for casserolling, stewing or mince unless cut very thin and quick fried. Rule of thumb is the more tender the meat the less tasty it is unless cooked with sauces or loads of seasoning. Generally, most cuts from a hindquarter of an animal are more suitable to frying/roasting and most cuts from a forequarter are suitable for stewing and braising etc. I was a butcher in a previous life. Sent from my SM-G930F
  15. It's ok, sometimes I confuse myself. 🙃 Sent from my SM-G930F