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E5GDM

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About E5GDM

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    Too much time on the boards

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    Gary

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    MI 7.5 ST3
  • Ford Year
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Essex
  • Annual Mileage
    0 to 5000

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  1. For peace of mind budget a bit extra to cover the cost of a mechanics report.
  2. Mine was cheaper with Adrian Flux as a 215 (plus a few other Mountune goodies) than as a stock 180 with ford ensure.
  3. Surely it is in the wiper sweep?
  4. I thought it was to do with the automatic climate control?
  5. Might be worth checking the wires in the rubber sheaf for breaks where they come out of the top of the tailgate into the back of the car.
  6. Adequate as long as you don't want speed camera alerts & traffic updates.
  7. Not a patch on a half decent Tom Tom. Plus you can get live traffic updates & camera alerts etc.
  8. Discs are made from iron so you only have to wash the car for them to go rusty in a matter of minutes, its perfectly normal & will come off the first time you brake.
  9. The sat nav is awful anyway, just buy a tom tom.
  10. Have you lowered it, or changed the wheels or tyres? How are the pressures in the tyres? Have you hit a kerb or traffic calming hump etc?
  11. Springs will be the cheapest way to lower, & you won't need new 'struts & shocks'.
  12. It won't be a straight swop, but anything can be made to fit anything if you're happy enough to pay.
  13. Just get the one that you like the look & sound of the best, as there's not going to be any noticeable power gains from what ever back box you buy.
  14. To be legal they can be any colour as long as they show a red light when the rear lights are turned on & the brake is operated, & have the correct eu/bs markings.