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  • Ford Model
    fiesta mk3
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  • UK/Ireland Location
  • Annual Mileage
    5001 to 10,000
  • Interests
    Classic Cars
    General Automotive
    Car Restoration
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  1. How did you get on, my other thought I had today is there a lot of flow or just small amount as might not be enough pressure to operate the caliper Sent from my KFSOWI using Ford OC mobile app
  2. Sounds like your caliper is at fault, try removing the bleed nipple and put a block of wood to stop the piston coming completely out and then using compressed air or brake cleaner spray in the inlet side and send if there is a blockage in the caliper or could be a faulty bleed nipple Sent from my KFSOWI using Ford OC mobile app
  3. It could possibly be some rubbish in the copper pipe or the rubber flexible pipe has broken down, if you remove the caliper and expose the pipe and press the peddle does fluid come out, if it is the caliper reconditioned is best way to go Sent from my KFSOWI using Ford OC mobile app
  4. Hello my name's Nathan and I own a mk3 fiesta only a 1.1l but was my granddads, I am currently in the stage of repairing the bodywork and getting it in a mot ready state, I am a level 2 trained car technician, any tips greatly appreciated. Had trouble with other account so using this one Sent from my KFSOWI using Ford OC mobile app