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#16 rugrat2


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Posted 14 November 2011 - 11:21 PM

certainly on my mk2 focus and having seen it on previous mondeo's, it should be on the drivers side, under the steeringwhere area behing a flap about the same size as the connector you have

cheers found it a little while back have done a scan and all seems to work ok even had a fault code maf sensor low or something should have written it down :lol:

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#17 fernsie


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Posted 14 November 2011 - 11:28 PM

Happy Days :) ... or maybe not, if there's an issue :unsure:

#18 click cluck

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 10:43 AM

sorry If not following protocol...


I have a "F-super" scanner bought a few years ago ( from ebay via beatthegarage.co.uk ) for use with my mondeo 2 tdci


saved me 1000's ( as well as paying local diesel specialists who charged me £70 fo NO better info and informed me it was a £1,200.00 turbo replacement job!!! )   - I got turbo injector solder repaired for £5...


any who - I have lost the ( will to live nearly.... ;-) ) software to make it work!!!


i KNOW IT HAS BEE DISCUSSED  here but links I found for downloads do not work / are corrupt..


any help?

#19 jeebowhite


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Posted 08 July 2014 - 01:39 PM

that would be the FordScan software you need?

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