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Milage Helpppppp!!!

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Hi all, having recently installed some new clocks into my 04plate mk1 focus having broken my old set by trying to fit a blue face (im not a chav honest) but doing this i have lost my milage it shud be on approx 47,000 but the clocks think the cars done 2500!!! any help would be apprecaited

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I don't think it's possible to change the mileage. We had to have a new panel fitted by a Ford dealer due to a speedo problem. The new panel started from zero and I'm sure the dealer would've set it to the original mileage if that had been possible.

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Damn, cheers mate lol i fitted the new clocks myself brand new part from ford, family member is a mechanic so he ordered the part for me £75 for a brand new cluster was chuft lol, trying to find somewhere now to get the milage set back upto the correct one before the MOT is up :( much appreciated tho mate!! thank you

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I just put a prominent note of the mileage when the panel was changed in the service booklet. That way I couldn't be accused of trying to mislead anyone about the true mileage. That's also important when it comes to working out when to carry out various service items such as cambelt changes.

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what about a mileage correction specialist who will have the right softwear to adjust the mileage for you,

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If you know anyone who could do it I'd be interested in getting mine changed.

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Thanks again guys im still on the hunt for a correction speclist i also wrote in the service book the dials were replaced and put the recpit in (as i do with all the parts i have changed) as ive posted before guys i do apprecaite the help!! many thanks Mike

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