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  1. Mk 7.5 Diagnostic Test

    Hi everyone, Thought i'd run the diagnostic test the other day on the ST, but noticed on the initial 'gauge' part of it the dials didnt sweep across like they usually do?? The dials run fine as it is but im just not sure if it occurs anymore during testing on the Mk7.5's, or just ST's, or if its something that might need looking at! Thanks :)
  2. Im hoping someone can help me out. I recently acquired a dash pod gauge, and following Lennys guide, want to fit it to my TDCi. I want to keep the original gauges and drive them of the canbus. My problem is that there are alot more pins than I expected. I think I have worked out that all the pins I want are on the same row, and I think the order is as follows 1. Can H (?) 2. Can L (?) 3. Think Power + (maybe dial illumination) 4. GND 5. Power + (IGN) 6. Power + (Perm) On the other row appear to be at least two pairs of DATA lines and another GND. I have applied power to 4 and 6, then jumped 6 and 5. This cause the gauge to zero, pulling about 90ma dropping to about 35ma a few seconds later. I know the middle boost gauge only reads to 1.2 bar, and on a diesel you will need 2 bar for full boost, but the gauge actual has a sweep of about 345 deg (almost one complete cirlce. So if I just offset the needle to be horizontal pointing to the right, then two bar would be approximately horizontal to the left. Anyhow, getting into irrelevant detail until I can work out for definate which pins to use. So on with my plea for help: Can any body offer a wiring diagram, take a picture of the actual plug (fitted in RS and ST I believe), or attempt to decode the colours and location of the attached picture (You wouldn't believe how long it took me to find this!)
  3. Mk5 Gauge Pod Removal Help

    Hi, I want to remove the green filter from my mk 5 guages as i'm not keen on it, i've managed to remove the dash surround and take all the screws out and remove the plug from the gauge pod so now it is free in its housing problem is, i cannot get it past the steering wheel, i tried removing the top cowling of the steering column, should i remove the indicator stalks alswel? please help!
  4. Hi guys, i have a 2005 ford fiesta tdci (mk6) and was wondering if anyone knows what the size of the thread of the oil switch is? Ive rung Ford and they dont know! Thank you!