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blakemore

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About blakemore

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    Bruce

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    Male
  • Ford Model
    Fiesta Zetec Climate 1.6 tdci
  • Ford Year
    2007
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Surrey
  1. The above vehicle was reported to the dealer with a Central Locking problem when the car was still under warranty in Feb 2010. When the car was locked it would after a few hours unlock itself and the mirrors would open. This happens wherever it is parked not just a home. The dealer, who supplied the car to me new, has had the car in to rectify the problem on many occasions but has failed to do so. I have removed the fuse which controls the central locking and have to lock the car manually. The mirrors fold in when I use the locking button on the key with the cental locking fuse removed but after a few hours they open up. I cannot used the key fob to open the mirrors only the internal mirror knob. I am not very happy with this situation and as a loyal Ford customer having owned 15 Fords and never had such a serious unfixable problem before I can now only come to you for help.
  2. My Fiesta Zetec Climate 1.6 tdci was reported to the dealer with a Central Locking problem when the car was still under warranty in Feb 2010. When the car was locked it would after a few hours unlock itself and the mirrors would open. This happens wherever it is parked. The dealer, who supplied the car to me new, has had the car in to rectify the problem on many occasions but has failed to do so. I have removed the fuse which controls the central locking and have to lock the car manually. The mirrors fold in when I use the locking button on the key but after a few hours they open up. I cannot open the mirrors with the key fob. I am not very happy with this situation and as a loyal Ford customer having owned 15 Fords and never had such a serious unfixable problem before I can now only come to you for help.
  3. Welcome to the Ford forums blakemore :)