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About DJ_Andy_M

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    Ford Focus MK3.5 Facelift Titanium
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  • UK/Ireland Location
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    15,001 to 20,000

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  1. Looking good! Dunno what I'm more jealous of, the spoiler or the rear privacy glass!
  2. If it's a 2010, this shouldn't need a fluid top up as this was one of the change over period cars. The 2008/2009 cars had this but I'm pretty sure the 2010 upwards had the newer ceramic DPF and therefore no need to top fluids up and a longer lasting DPF.
  3. Interesting. I have an estate so this sounds rather cool. Any chance you can take some photos of the spoiler?
  4. Hmm.. So does this mean fitting an ST Spoiler does't require any drilling or glue on the body work? If this is an easy fit that is just a clip in mod, I'm tempted to do this myself!
  5. When did you last service it? Have the spark plugs been changed recently?
  6. Version information attached for you. I don't know whats relevant or different...
  7. No charge. All done under warranty!
  8. UK models do not have an RCA input as far as I am aware. Mine certainly doesn't, and there are no options in the software for it.
  9. start/stop

    If the car is showing the grey A on the dash, this indicates something is either using too much power for the system to kick in (I.e AC is running, heated windscreen is on) or the battery hasn't got enough charge in it or it just isn't holding charge properly.
  10. Have you got an android device available? iPhone supports reading but not sending.
  11. Have you tried a complete sync reboot? I.e pulled the fuse to the sync unit? Works a treat on Sync 2 when stuff goes wrong. If its still within warranty, certainly try Ford. I think there might even be a software update available for it anyway.
  12. You'd need more modules than you can think of to get these features to work, and the amount you would spend you'd have been better off paying for a higher spec car in the first place. I.e remote central locking will need a new central locking module, new keys to be programmed, and then the gem to be told to use it etc etc.
  13. Try deleting the pairing on the phone and car, reboot the phone and try pairing again.
  14. Sure thing, will be interesting to see! You can find out in the Sync diagnostic menu what version you have. If I remember to get access its a case of holding eject and next track buttons and you'll get a black and white menu appear.
  15. This would have been on the older MK1 Focus. Everything on the MK3.5 is done via the many computers hidden away inside the car, hence the recommendation of Forscan and one of their supported adapters. Its simply connecting it to software, and toggling a menu item, writing it back to the car.