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This looks one of the cheapest and simplest but most effective mods so far-a great guide as well! By the way the heating element doesn't heat the water it just defrosts the jets if they are frozen up. I remember seeing a device a few years ago now where you cut your washer pipe from your bottle and tied a little tank to your top radiator hose and it kept the washer water hot all the time. Don't know if that's still available anywhere.
Hi everyone decided to register on this forum as there seems to be lots of interesting stuff on here. I'm picking up my fourth Mondeo tomorrow a 2.0 Tdci Ghia X 5 door in Silver (very excited!) , my first diesel after having petrol models all my life. The Chancellor has forced my hand on this bless him, running a 2.0 Duratec proved too costly. Anyhow I'm after some advice as I would like to fit parking sensors to my mondeo but would like them to look factory fitted so was wondering if anyone knew the diameter of the holes in the factory fit bumper strip as i found it on the Fraud spares website here; http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/ford_mondeo_rear_bumper_moulding_kit_2003-2007_4_and_5_door_saloons_for_reverse_sensor_f_1426040_c_310.htm and would like to use it with an eBay kit which are normally 18 or 22mm in diameter. Any info would be appreciated thanks.