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#1 december_boy

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 08:33 AM

Hi there.

I'm really happy to be a Ford owner, but I have two problems I'd like some advice on.

I bought a 2011 Ford Mondeo Estate Titanium, with 9000kms on the clock and I live in Sydney, Australia.

I love the car, but my wife complains about it being too big! She'll be happier with the space in a few weeks as our first is due in 5 days.

The first is a minor annoyance, but still... When I'm driving, there's a rattle on the driver side about head level. I can't tell if it's window that's ratting or something in the seatbelt mechanism. Has anyone heard this before? I called my local Ford garage and they said they'd be happy to investigate, but if it wasn't a part breakage (i.e. it was just something loose and therefore a build issue), then warranty would not cover it!

Secondly, I have a phone question. I have a 3GS iPhone and it connects to Bluetooth perfectly since I updated the Audio Software. The problem is that, as soon as I plug in the USB cable to charge it, the Bluetooth connection gets dropped. Unplog the cable and Bluetooth connection happens again. So I can't charge my phone and take a call at the same time... doh...

Any ideas on both of those?

Apart from that, love the car.

Stephen

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#2 Preee

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 10:18 AM

Hi and welcome to FOC

Warranty should still cover it.

Try plugging the useb before you start the car and radio , and then selecting bluetooth and it should not overide the signal when you plug it in.


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