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#1 stefano

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 05:54 PM

just got my focus 02 1.6 ghia i have notice that the wheel studs are only half way in the wheel nuts i have ford alloys rims is this normal
i have found the radio needs a code i have search the forum and found code 7554 my s/n m237581 have i got this right or are all s/n have there own unique code thanks for any help

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 07:21 PM

just got my focus 02 1.6 ghia i have notice that the wheel studs are only half way in the wheel nuts i have ford alloys rims is this normal
i have found the radio needs a code i have search the forum and found code 7554 my s/n m237581 have i got this right or are all s/n have there own unique code thanks for any help


i get the code 4588 if its a 6000 model the model is alkso required as well as the serial number and the wheel studs should be flush against the wheel and not half out sounds like either they are loose or the wrong length of studs

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 10:35 PM

i get the code 4588 if its a 6000 model the model is alkso required as well as the serial number and the wheel studs should be flush against the wheel and not half out sounds like either they are loose or the wrong length of studs


thanks codes work great yea i did not think studs look right i will have to get that sorted thanks once again


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