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  1. rev and power loss

    You don't have a MAF so its not that ! Get the codes read and reset, a code reader or USB/Bluetooth OBD device is a good cheap investment if you want to do it yourself.
  2. Don't use grease or any lubricant on the plastic bearing. Should you play around with the TCU, never select reverse gear first off. Always select a forward gear so make sure you work on it where you can drive it forwards afterwards.
  3. Disconnect the battery whenbleeding brake system with ABS. Just the battery ground is sufficient.
  4. F1, bottom left 15A
  5. Mk 6 Fiesta Door Lock Control (GEM)

    GEMconfiguration isrequiredfor 3/5 door models, you can do itusing FORScan with extended licence. As for GEM type, a Cx GEM would have been the correct one to use but they arerare. The Dx type has double locking / alarm in addition to remote cl but should work without issue, again looks like you can turn off double locking with FORscan.
  6. Ford Fiesta Finesse Key Fob Help

    There are 4 GEM types fitted to the Fiesta; A - vehicles with manual unlocking B - vehicles with central locking C - vehicles with central locking and remote control D - vehicles with central/double locking, anti-theft warning system and remote control Letteris second from last digit ofthe GEM part number. Easiest way to check if you have RCL (type C or D GEM) The interior lights are dimmed on and off with the GEM variants Cx and Dx.
  7. Could be relay or connector. Relay is K45 and fuse is F65 on the attached pic.
  8. atters64

    Its anLED and attached to the cluster. Would be worth removing the cluster and checking that the led hasn't been covered with tape or blu-tak, The cluster might have LED's that are unused which you might be able to unsolder and swap over.
  9. The resistor is usually mounted next to the fan, does the fan havea 6 pin connector connecting it to the wiring harness withonly 2 wires in it? Resistor is only if you have A/C, not sure for Focus's but the resistor was removed from Fiesta's around this era so fan was just a single high speed fan if A/c was installed or not.
  10. wont start

    Check for 12 volts at fuses 14,15,16 and 20 (key does not need to be in). Donot remove the fuse from the fuse-board, just probe the metalpins ether side of the number printed on the fuse. Also check fuse 38 (as above) with ignition key in position II
  11. Alternator

    Looks like a standard 80's-90's alternator, three different current rated ones fitted depending on engine and features. The attached might be of some use. Good luck. mustang.pdf mustang1.pdf mustang2.pdf mustang3.pdf mustang4.pdf mustang5.pdf mustang6.pdf
  12. I would go for the shift actuator mounted on the front of the gearbox first, and the TCU / clutch actuator if that doesn't fix it. The TCU clutch actuator is the box mounted by the inner wheel arch.
  13. Agree with Kieran, if your burning oil replace the plugs as well
  14. The shift actuator is a knownproblem and there is a detailed fixhere I have done quite a few and its not difficult. The TCU and clutch actuator is a combined unit and again there is info about it on various other posts. As you have seen, there are companies offering to do the job for you if you don't want to do it yourself.
  15. Odd that all 4 spark but 2 don't make a difference when removed. The leads and plugs are wired as 2 pairs, 1 coil of the coilpack for plugs 1&4 and the other coil for 2&3. Looking at the engine from the front of the car with cyl. 1 being on the left and cyl. 4 on the right, which 2 don't make a difference when removed ? The cambelt was a bit of a longshot and hopefully it has been changed.