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#31 stef123

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 11:52 AM

I wonder if these are the same jets fitted to my mondeo. i have heated front jets but i cant remember what the spray is like :lol: I know the fluid lasts for aaaaaaaaaaaages though, i tried to empty it one night to see if the light on the dash worked but i got bored after about 5 mins of spraying and no sign of it :lol:

looking at ford parts uk, it looks like this is what i have fitted.. http://www.fordparts...heated_2078.htm

given the difference in price im presuming they are different.

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 01:31 PM

Will do fellas - easy job to do, just glad i saw this (should be in the focus thread as well ;) )


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see the list of guides at the bottom of all my posts,
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Posted 06 October 2011 - 01:35 PM

I wonder if these are the same jets fitted to my mondeo. i have heated front jets but i cant remember what the spray is like :lol: I know the fluid lasts for aaaaaaaaaaaages though, i tried to empty it one night to see if the light on the dash worked but i got bored after about 5 mins of spraying and no sign of it :lol:

looking at ford parts uk, it looks like this is what i have fitted.. http://www.fordparts...heated_2078.htm

given the difference in price im presuming they are different.


The ones you have listed their mate are different jets,
they are the ones i have also removed from my focus,

the jets you require are the heated type listed on page 1 of this guide, with a link to a Genuine Ford Dealer,
their half the price of your listing and a direct replacement mate,

Follow this guide will take less than 5minutes to do.B)



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Posted 06 October 2011 - 01:39 PM

The ones you have listed their mate are different jets,
they are the ones i have also removed from my focus,

the jets you require are the heated type listed on page 1 of this guide, with a link to a Genuine Ford Dealer,
their half the price of your listing and a direct replacement mate,

Follow this guide will take less than 5minutes to do.B)


ahh so they are the same fitment. i might order them from the ebay link then.

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 01:46 PM

ahh so they are the same fitment. i might order them from the ebay link then.

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Paynes know there recommended on this forum, i e-mailed them a link when I created it,

So perhaps if you e-mail them through e-bay tell them you saw them on here,

They may give some discount.B)



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Posted 06 October 2011 - 03:29 PM

Paynes know there recommended on this forum, i e-mailed them a link when I created it,

So perhaps if you e-mail them through e-bay tell them you saw them on here,

They may give some discount.B)


i like the sounds of a discount. and if you dont ask...you dont get :)

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:40 PM

Will these even fit my old mk1 1999 zetec? It has heated jets but the coverage from them is really poor!

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:44 PM

Will these even fit my old mk1 1999 zetec? It has heated jets but the coverage from them is really poor!



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glad to inform you these will fit your focus, they even fit the 1997 fiesta Dan is sporting them as we speak, B)

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:52 PM

In that case, Ordered!

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:54 PM

In that case, Ordered!


im sure Lenny has some sort of connection to the suppliers of these washer jets..:lol:

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 08:07 PM

im sure Lenny has some sort of connection to the suppliers of these washer jets..:lol:



Ow I Wish i had, :(

and I wish I had connections with all the suppliers/sellers I recommend on this site,:lol:

when I create a guide i always e-mail the sellers involved who supplied me the parts to inform them that i have hopefully brought them more business.
I get plenty of thanks which is great,
but Iíve yet to get anything in the post or bank account,
perhaps a Christmas card is on its way.



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Posted 06 October 2011 - 08:28 PM

Ow I Wish i had, :(

and I wish I had connections with all the suppliers/sellers I recommend on this site,:lol:

when I create a guide i always e-mail the sellers involved who supplied me the parts to inform them that i have hopefully brought them more business.
I get plenty of thanks which is great,
but I’ve yet to get anything in the post or bank account,
perhaps a Christmas card is on its way
.


Very good thinking. I wonder if there are things we could do a group buy and get some discounts? obviously we would need a good interest in whatever it may be but it might work? things i have taken part in before have failed but when i used to do large scale R/C we had quite a few good results.

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 09:04 PM

Very good thinking. I wonder if there are things we could do a group buy and get some discounts? obviously we would need a good interest in whatever it may be but it might work? things i have taken part in before have failed but when i used to do large scale R/C we had quite a few good results.



These Jets May be a Good Group Purchase,
I plan to purchase a non heated set of the Ford Mist Jets for a 2006 Nissan Almera so if anyone is thinking of grouping Iím in.

Used to have a 1/6th Scale Nitro R/C Mitsubishi Lancer got 60Mph out of it, 2 speed gear box Raspy little thing till I wrote it off :lol:



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Posted 06 October 2011 - 09:15 PM

These Jets May be a Good Group Purchase,
I plan to purchase a non heated set of the Ford Mist Jets for a 2006 Nissan Almera so if anyone is thinking of grouping I’m in.

Used to have a 1/6th Scale Nitro R/C Mitsubishi Lancer got 60Mph out of it, 2 speed gear box Raspy little thing till I wrote it off :lol:


im interested in a heated set.

hah, cant beat the smell of the nitro fuel, absolutely love it :lol: i had an FG marder, 1/5th scale. it was a 26cc petrol with hydraulic brakes - could go and stop but after spending £1500 in about 6 months on it i had to pack it in. really good fun when they are working though :lol:

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 08:09 AM

Wow this is a cool idea... doesn't look too difficult either. Great post & vid!

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