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Mr Nice

Budding Enthusiast
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About Mr Nice

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  • First Name
    David

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  • Ford Model
    Fiesta Titanium tdci
  • Ford Year
    2009
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Lancashire
  • Annual Mileage
    0 to 5000
  • Interests
    Classic Cars
    General Automotive
    Car Restoration
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  • ivak

  1. Yes I do but it seems to be ok will have a look at the sensor.Thanks for the help
  2. I have a 16tdci and has developed a weid clicking sound. When I start up from cold after about 3 seconds there's a clicking sound coming from somewhere behind the radio/heater it lasts for no more than 2 seconds stops . I'getting no warning lights and everything works as its supposed to do. I can turn off the engine, start up again and thers no clicking. Has anybody else had this or knows whats causing it. Last weeek I lost all my pre set radio stations and had to re tune are the 2 connected
  3. My Titanium 1.6 TDCI is in light blue and looks mint
  4. Totally agree fit them mate I fitted genuine ford mud flaps front n rear look gr8
  5. I have a Titanium 1.6 TDCI mk7 and got mine via my main dealer Evans Halshaw supplied and fitted for £89:00. Yes it makes applying the hand brake a bit different at first but you do get used to it after a while. In hindsight I would have just bought it and fitted myself but wasnt sure what mods would be required on the centre console. Lifts the interior and also is quite comfortable on long journeys
  6. Where abouts in Manchester are you as the Halfords at Whitecity on Chester Rd isn't bad. Not to bad on click n collect either ordered Ford number plate surrounds from them and had only a couple of days b4 they came in.I've also used Micks garage on line shop for my wind deflectors again excellant service and reasonable price. Had my main dealer fit front n back mud flaps and arm rest at not 2 bad a price. I, m thinking of replacing my foot pedal rubbers for S/S ones but not sure. Enjoy your Fieste.
  7. Where abouts in Manchester are you as the Halfords at Whitecity on Chester Rd isn't bad. Not to bad on click n collect either ordered Ford number plate surrounds from them and had only a couple of days b4 they came in.I've also used Micks garage on line shop for my wind deflectors again excellant service and reasonable price. Had my main dealer fit front n back mud flaps and arm rest at not 2 bad a price. I, m thinking of replacing my foot pedal rubbers for S/S ones but not sure. Enjoy your Fieste.
  8. I use Demon Snow foam followed by an application of Demon s Shine and have had fantastic results. Good beading and after a couple of applications build up of dirt is removed quickly I must be doing something right, car was MOT'd and had a service and was complimented on being one of the cleanest cars thyey had worked on and that was from a Ford main dealership (Evans Halshaws Old Trafford. I use Armour all Alloy wheel protector and Armour all tyre shine both excellant
  9. I have a 5 door mk7 and have fitted wind deflectors not had an issue with the power fold mirrors
  10. I have 1.6 titanium tdci and every now and then I get that sound no idea what it is . It seems to do it more when its hot.
  11. Fitted a set of deflectors got them off the internet from a company called Micksgarage reasonably priced and easy to fit ,
  12. Have you considered using a mobile body repair service I have used one for damage to my front bumper and he refurbished an alloy for me. The one I used came to my work and did it he also would come to your home to carryout the work . His work is excellent and would recomend him
  13. If you wat try MERR polish your local Halfords should stock it try it it should remove your nail varnish without damaging the paint work
  14. Hi welcome, Capris were just the dogs hope you enjoy ur Focus as much