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boroninja

Zetec S Fiesta 2009 Tdci Mpg+Usb

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hi everyone

im looking at getting a 90bhp tdci zetec s,just a few querys

whats the mpg like at 70?

is it possible to fit a usb port? i know some of the later models have this,really need one for my music

any help appreciated

pete

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hi everyone

im looking at getting a 90bhp tdci zetec s,just a few querys

whats the mpg like at 70?

is it possible to fit a usb port? i know some of the later models have this,really need one for my music

any help appreciated

pete

Depends on how you drive it but at a constant 70mph probably 45ish not much higher if its anything like mines have 95ps zs. As for the USB retro fit yes it can be done but I think it's fairly complicated

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MPG you get can get anywhere from 45-65mpg - all depends how you drive it.

USB can be retrofitted but you're looking around £200 for it.

http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/topic/28485-retro-fit-usb-it-works/#entry153715

http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/topic/8576-adding-usb-to-a-mk7-with-bluetooth/page__st__285

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thanks nath,nice fiesta! are them parts hard to fit?

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thanks nath,nice fiesta! are them parts hard to fit?

Fitting is easy, finding someone to activate it for you is the hard part! (You need someone with a Ford VCM + IDS software, ie Ford dealer [probably refuse or be stupidly expensive] or an independent mechanic)

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ahh nightmare then,how did u do yours nathan?

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ahh nightmare then,how did u do yours nathan?

Mine already came with USB. For others I buy the parts, install and activate :)

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ah could you pm a cost mate?

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