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  1. Hi everyone. I am having a bit of a nightmare with my dash cam installation in my Ford Mondeo Titanium 2009. I am trying to find a fuse within the central fuse box that powers on with the ignition. When I connect the nextbase hard wire kit fuse adaptor to piggyback on a fuse, the dash cam is always getting power. I have tried fuses such as "audio system", "instrument cluster" and "cigarette lighter". Shouldn't these fuses only be receiving power when the ignition is on? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Carl
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  3. Hi all, yet again I have came across another Ford Focus issue yes a new one to me but easy fix half hours work tools involved one them Dodgy shape ended pain in bum ones. HEATER RESSISTER basically my heaters stopped working on setting 1 and 2 done bit reasearch and came across this. £23 inc vat from tms bit tricky getting to it though it's located behind the head unit but right down the bottom. i removed glovebox and looking into glovebox it's down to you right. you can also see it more clear from dropping your fuse box look right up and you will see I will include pictures. bascilly it's two screws then it pulls out remove clip then install new one. thought I would share this with you guys in case anyone else has any issues with this
  4. Hi guys. I'm looking for some advice on removing the cup holder section in my girlfriends fiesta. A mate of mine owns a garage and he has a fiesta with a fitted armrest. I just wanted to know how easy it would be or would I need extra parts/nuts&bolts Cheers
  5. Hi, I'm thinking of getting Remote Locking for my MK4 Fiesta 1999 v reg. It already has central locking but I don't have the Red Master key (I'm trying to track it down). Would anyone know how much Ford may charge to fit the remote locking with or without the master key. Thanks for your time.