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snowdog70

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hi all im a new member and thought id join up to hopefully give and recieve useful info. ive just been given (yes that means free!!!) a mk 4 fiesta but it came with an equally free list of things to fix! I'm no stranger to the oily bits of a car but any helpful information would be greatfully welcome. Some of the fixes are straightforward and relatively easy but am a bit stuck with some of the others. well here we go with the list! big cracked windscreen ( I'm aware this will probably be a pro job), "dodgy" ns front cv joint, noisy exhaust, non working brake light and headlight (probably bulbs), heater stuck on hot, noisy engine. These are all standard faults and I cannot whinge as at the end of the day its a free car but any help or advice would be great. Ta .

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hi all im a new member and thought id join up to hopefully give and recieve useful info. ive just been given (yes that means free!!!) a mk 4 fiesta but it came with an equally free list of things to fix! I'm no stranger to the oily bits of a car but any helpful information would be greatfully welcome. Some of the fixes are straightforward and relatively easy but am a bit stuck with some of the others. well here we go with the list! big cracked windscreen ( I'm aware this will probably be a pro job), "dodgy" ns front cv joint, noisy exhaust, non working brake light and headlight (probably bulbs), heater stuck on hot, noisy engine. These are all standard faults and I cannot whinge as at the end of the day its a free car but any help or advice would be great. Ta .

hi pall new member also got myself an xr2i 16v to do up so could do with advice also , anyway good luck fixing yours m8

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