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jules

Mirror and speaker problem

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Ok got my car last week which is a year old which is great apart from 2 minor problems.

1 - My right door speaker vibrates when music or speech is played through it - it only happens on certain sounds and is not really volume related(I can have the stereo on low and it still does it) - Has anybody else had this type of problem?I dont really fancy popping off the door to get to the speakers or has anybody uprated there speakers which could be a possibility?

2 - Passenger door electic mirror glass seems to stick out of its mirror casing by perhaps 5mm although it seems to work just fine.Am i right in assuming this would be covered by ford warranty as the car is just over a year old or can they be awkward about such things?

Oh and by the way is my car generally regarded as the mark 6,theres been that many facelifts over the years i've lost count?

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If the speaker in vibrating, then it could be a blown or torn speaker... or alternatively something resting on the speaker (plastic or paper that's been pushed through one of the holes. I take the door card off personally and have a shufty.

And if the mirror is sticking out, then someone may have stuck a replacement mirror (you can get them from halfrauds) on to it, and not take the broken one off.

And yes (to what I can see) it looks like a MK6 (although what phase I don't know.)

Hope this helps. ^_^

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my mk7 has speak probs ur speakin of... im hopin to get a new speaker fitted sometime when ford fit me in

sometime next year lol

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Mine was doing that until I realised I had something in my passenger door pocket and was causing vibration :lol:

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If the speaker in vibrating, then it could be a blown or torn speaker... or alternatively something resting on the speaker (plastic or paper that's been pushed through one of the holes. I take the door card off personally and have a shufty.

And if the mirror is sticking out, then someone may have stuck a replacement mirror (you can get them from halfrauds) on to it, and not take the broken one off.

And yes (to what I can see) it looks like a MK6 (although what phase I don't know.)

Hope this helps. ^_^

Any idea - what the door panels are like for taking off?On prvious models once a door panel has been off in never seems the same?

my mk7 has speak probs ur speakin of... im hopin to get a new speaker fitted sometime when ford fit me in

sometime next year lol

Let me know how you get on?Would this be covered under warranty?

Mine was doing that until I realised I had something in my passenger door pocket and was causing vibration :lol:

Dare i ask what? :o

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Any idea - what the door panels are like for taking off?On prvious models once a door panel has been off in never seems the same?

Sorry for not replying sooner, but I wasn't subscribed to this thread.

To be honest I've not taken the door cards off of a fiesta before, but I have off of a MK1 Focus... And as long as you put it all back on properly, then it's should be the same as it was prior to.

The only problem taking them off I could see is if you have manual windows , as they are a complete (not impossible) pain to remove.

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