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#1 Weeble

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 07:58 PM

I'm new here so hello to everyone :) .


I have a 2003 focus TDCi and have a few problems that I need to get sorted.

The first problem is I've got a leak from my clutch master seal. The clutch pedal is covered in fluid and I've got a loss of break fluid. How much is this likley to get sorted?

The next problem my is that I cannot open my boot using either the internal boot release switch on the dash or the button on the key fob. I'm aware this is a common problem, am I right in thinking this is due to the switch being faulty? Is this an easy an easy DIY job?

Thanks in advance.

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#2 stef123

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 09:06 PM

I'm new here so hello to everyone :) .


I have a 2003 focus TDCi and have a few problems that I need to get sorted.

The first problem is I've got a leak from my clutch master seal. The clutch pedal is covered in fluid and I've got a loss of break fluid. How much is this likley to get sorted?

The next problem my is that I cannot open my boot using either the internal boot release switch on the dash or the button on the key fob. I'm aware this is a common problem, am I right in thinking this is due to the switch being faulty? Is this an easy an easy DIY job?

Thanks in advance.



i ordered the clutch master cylinder for my car from ebay, genuine ford, 50 delivered. might be worth a look? Im not sure how much it would cost as i done the job myself but i would reckon 2 hours labour.
If your handy with spanners have you considered doing the job yourself?


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