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Foxhall

Budding Enthusiast
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About Foxhall

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  • First Name Charlie

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  • Ford Model Fiesta
  • Ford Year 2003
  • UK/Ireland Location Shropshire
  • Annual Mileage 5001 to 10,000
  1. Yeah. I'll look at buying a new one. I read that it could be a faulty connection or just broken all together. Caused by age and collisions, which it has had quite enough of! I'll just kill 2 birds and replace it. Are there any suppliers you would recommend? Thanks again for all your help, such a great community. Foxhall.
  2. Back again. Got my Scanner today ran some diagnostics, first thing I did was check fault codes, here is the result: Thank you for all your help. It's been really useful. Foxhall.
  3. I can't say for certain. I got a glimpse of it but the RAC chap just said that it was sorted and that it might play up again. I thought that was the end of it for the time being. I have however ordered a code reader from amazon, a bluetooth one that will send lots of fun data to my phone. I will let you know when I have it. Else is there a list of the fault codes, I could find ones that relate to tthe lambda sensor and heating control and see if I recognise them. Is NGK and NTK the same make, and perhaps more importantly, is my Fiesta a Mk5 or Mk6, parts website have told me that it's both!? Thanks again, Foxhall.
  4. Ok, does that fault definitely mean that it is the lambda sensor? Could it be other things? I just want to do as much of the research work myself as I can to cut down on labor costs. =P Foxhall.
  5. So the light is back on. The fault code was to do with the Heating Control. The RAC guy said that the lambda sensor had been on the blink. How much is this going to cost me do you think? Foxhall.
  6. Thank you for the advice. I know that on alot of other forums I would have just been told to 'naff off n00b'! Hopefully the RAC guy will clear everything up. I will post results.
  7. Newbie From Shropshire.

    I live very close to Ludlow. I know, my name does sound like it. I get mistakenly called it all the time when on the phone to call centers! Problem is I use the phonetic alphabet and after saying the first letter I then become Mr Foxtrot. No winning sometimes. Foxhall.
  8. Cheers for the quick reply. Yeah got the RAC coming out to do it free. !Removed! good service. I want to get a Bluetooth adapter for it so I can do it myself in the future and just because I'm ever so slightly geeky. Can you tell me if ODB2, ODB11 and ODBII are different. I have seen all three variations written. Thanks again. Foxhall.
  9. Hello there, Have wanted to join for a little while now, but we have just moved and getting internet where I live is very difficult! However we are all set up and here I am! Thanks for having me. Foxhall.
  10. Hi Guys, Just wondering if anyone could help. My EML came on a few days ago, and I would like to reset it to see if there is a problem or if it's just a reminder. Also wondering whether there were any common reasons for the light coming on, whether there is a particularly likely problem it represents, or whether it just could be anything! I own an '03 plate Mark V Fiesta. Thanks, Foxhall.
  11. Welcome to the Ford forums Foxhall :)