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About artscot79

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  • Ford Model focus mk2 ti-vct
  • Ford Year 2006
  • UK/Ireland Location Fife
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  1. Instrument Cluster - replace?

    the only WA of checking all the modules properly is to take it to ford since a cluster will give lots of random faults
  2. Programming Key Fob, arghh!

    you need to be quick easiest way Is o to pos 2 4 times in six seconds you will hear the noise press any button on the fob and spare fobs then you'll hear the noise again now switch off its getting it within the 4 seconds if it doesn't work pos o-1
  3. Carbon fibre wrap

    theres a few things first lay the vinyl on covering everything use heat to get the glue to set not too much though then use s craft knife never cut around the hole instead on circular areas in particular as said from the centre cut a pie use a little bit of heat and fold n shape on the back apply a bit of heat to ensure all the glues activated....plenty of you tube vids it just takes patience and practice and good vinyl really cheap stuff I just that and is harder to work
  4. AC is noisy ???

    on max Cold usually 5 degrees
  5. New Battery Help

    best bet ask ford or replace with the same one
  6. MK3 focus - Yes or No

    I love fords I hate the fact that they inherit problems that should be ironed out mk1 issues on a mk3 isn't good enough hence why I walked away the mk3 is riddled with issues such as clutch slave cylinder is mega common fault as is dmf failures syndromes failures so bad the parts are back order that's a fact repeated drive shaft oil seal leaks friend had this issue as well even new seals and shafts didn't cure it fir ling usb connectors failing dash display faults inc blackouts' front suspension top mount bearings failing throttle malfunctions cracked coolant chambers door seals unsticking and electrical failure'ssudden power losses random fault lights to name but a few ...if you buy a ford new keep it 3 years the get rid fine if not you've no warranty no comeback and ford accept no responsibility for these flaws inherited from older car's which is the real issue so the choice is up to each person my mk3 test drive ended within 10mins with an engine malfunction then it spluttered to a halt on a low mileage fully serviced ford approved car ..reliable no. good cars to drive yes. a lot of kit for the money no not compared to others. warranty is crap good car if you maintain it yes if you want to keep throwing money at it to fix stupid faults and leaks .no better or worse than others rubbish fords way down there in reliability compared to others again I love fords but I walked like many others have till ford up their game and fix 10yr old flaws that just move from mk to mk and add a decent warranty they wont because they know the car isn't that well built mt stereo warranty is 2 years longer than fords car warranty my interior warranty is 5 years also inc leaks
  7. MK3 focus - Yes or No

    ide go elsewhere to be honest the 1.0 is riddled with issues as is the mk3 most carried on from the mk1 onwards I reluctantly moved away from ford and I'm glad I did known issues are door faults stop start faults clutch faults driveshaft leaks ecu issues display issues cluster faults
  8. Focus Mk2 1.8 Petrol Sport

    this may help
  9. Focus Mk2 1.8 Petrol Sport

    pretty much most torque doesn't kick in till high in the rev range
  10. Ecoboost Rough Idle. Where to start

    may need a software update from ford
  11. identify these clocks please

    are they even for a petrol a red line at 5000rpm says diesel to me I'm on my phone so perhaps youres is a diesel
  12. Engine Malfunction Light

    classic cluster fault symptoms you'll find no stored codes but you can get pending can bus error codes I don't know why now but the amount of mk2 focuses and mk1 that are having cluster faults are huge
  13. Instrument Cluster - replace?

    ic wont cause an error fault never seen one yet do that and yes you'll need a cluster coded to the car and keys to the cluster
  14. Replacement speakers for blown Ford ones.

    6.5 at the front rears are smaller 5.5 I think
  15. mk1 2ltr front wheel stud

    all modern fords use the same bolts