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About supercmaxer

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  • First Name kervin

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  • Ford Model Focus c max
  • Ford Year 2004
  • UK/Ireland Location Hampshire
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000

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  1. Focus C-Max Rear Coil Spring Replacement

    I had the same problem, passenger side was seized solid and I couldn't remove it. Took it to kwik fit who heated it up, nope that didn't work, snapped a bar. Took it to another garage the only way he could take it off was the cut the arm. The bolt had completely siezed itself against the bush.
  2. Focus 2.0 Tdci P2263 Fault Code

    Good evening. I have the exact same problem. And having read your post I thought hooray thank god. I don't have boost low end but if I Rev the !Removed! of it and hit 3k revs I can get 6 psi. With the pictures you posted about the pipes would you be able to post a picture from where those pipe start from. I believe they go to a solenoid on the right side of the block, one pipe goes to i Believe the actuator and the other that comes round the front goes in to the vacuum box located on the front. I think mine is all messed up causing my problem. Thanks
  3. Focus Mk2 2.0Tdci Starting Problem

    Starter motor sticking ? Can you test the battery and alternator?
  4. C- Max MPG

    Ive got a 2.0tdci 04 plate with 215k miles and can get 64-66mpg on the run. It doesn't get used for short journies. I used to use supermarket fuels but last 4 weeks been using super diesel. £1.14 a litre can't go wrong and it does make a difference. I've also got a panel filter k&n which has increased the mpg by 10% easiely.
  5. Read Camber

    Evening all, I started this in the main forum but thought I might try here, I've lowered my max had it set up correctly using the hunter system all within there tolerances however n/s rear tyre has massive wear on inside and camber is more than other side. What is causing this, can the camber be adjusted if so where do I adjust it? Not paying £40 odd quid again to have it set up.
  6. Read Tyre Wear

    Yeah. All within fords measurements. Near side is in more in at the top than other side.On the inside of the lower suspension arms are they the camber adjuster bolts?
  7. Read Tyre Wear

    Evening all, I've lowered the c max had it on the hunter alignment machine and all within the tolerances however near side rear passenger side inner tyre wearing thin. What's causing this anyone know ?
  8. Every now again it throws up egr fault code and engine light comes on. I've blanked it at the egr end. I could blank it the other end where it joins the inlet manifold. I'll have a search around and see what comes up.
  9. I have the 2.0tdci lol. And have a panel filter k&n fitted too. No DPF
  10. Well drove to work all ok, started the car up on way home it failed 3 times. On the 4th time it started. Drove back from work today all over, went out in the car only a while ago and the engine light was on. Plugged it in and it said egr valve. Guessing it's because I have blanked it?
  11. Fitted the plate, snapped a bolt Found another one lol. Defo smoother. See how it goes tomorrow on drove to work.
  12. Ive ordered full blank plate should be here tomorrow :).
  13. That might have been me lol, I had no turbo but that's fixed. Had faulty fuel pressure switch. Just have no vacuum on the same shudder valve.
  14. Wow, didn't expect all that info. Nice one. I'll order a full blank and read guide lol. One question, do you happen to know where I can get info from regarding the vacuum on the anti shudder valve? I have no vacuum that closes the valve. Replaced the solenoid but still nothing. I need pipe work info as I have two pipes that aren't connected any where and unsure where they go
  15. Hi Lenny, I have fitted a blanking plate on egr but has the hole in it, I know the benefits of having a full blank but will it cause any damage to the egr? I've just had a new one fitted and don't fancy replacing it anytime soon. Where does the gases go if it's blanked off?