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Alex Clark

Ford Fiesta Zetec Auto. Esp Problem

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Hello everyvone, ...

Sorry if this question has been posted before, but cannot find.

Im owner of Ford Fiesta Zetec 1.4 automatic, ( late 2009 ) . I am new to cars.. so not very good with all instruments.

I am concered that my ESP light indicator does not show when put the ignition ON ?

However reading the instruction manual, it says if the indicator does not illuminate when the ignition is switched on or if it stays illuminated whilst driving, it indicates a


Can you advise if there is a valid reason for this? The car is under guarantee, I should claim for that ?

Also my partner has a Ford Mondeo Zetec 1.8 ( late 2004 ) and appear same of my, the light no show when the ignition is switched on,

It cant be coincidence both have fail the ESP. ?

There is not switch off of ESP available for that models.

Please can anyobe help?

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Are you sure you have esp?

Search the web for 'etis ford' and enter your registration or vin which will give you the specifications your cars were built to.

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You don't have ESP, it only became standard on the Fiesta's in 2010.

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Hi Stone, Hi Inah:

Thank you for your fast answer, has been checked as describe Stone, on FordEtis , and no appear ESP listed, then Stone comfirm that.

got big confusion, because the brochure say ESP come std on Zetec version, but maybe the bruchure is 2010. and not 2009 as told me.

Then problem sorted out.. thanks again


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