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Gwilliam

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About Gwilliam

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  • Ford Model Mk2 Mondeo 2ltr.
  1. Lumpy?

    I have the same problem, put it in my local garage(not dealer), he could find nothing wrong, driving perfectly, suggested if it repeated it , same advice as above.
  2. TOWING WITH A MONDEO

    I tow a smaller caravan, about 1100kg, no problem. Caravan Club guidelines are the van loaded should be no more than 80% of the gross weight of the towing vehicle. Good luck.
  3. Hi, I'm an old newby. I switched on my headlights Wednesday night, they went straight off again, I live in the country so no streetlights. I have replaced both bulbs, both fuses, R9 relay, indicator/dip switch, took the main light switch off am baffled by a bulb(?) similar in size to instrument light bulb which fits into back of main switch housing, I put a bulb that fitted(3watt) which lights when ignition is switched on, but doesn't show when installed into switch housing. Original was black so assumed blown, filament looks much stronger than bulb I installed.Can't find it on wiring diagram in Haynes, I still have no dipped headlights. Anyone any ideas why my lights still don't work please?