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Member Since 21 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Feb 22 2010 07:53 PM

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In Topic: heater fan motor

21 February 2010 - 10:24 PM

Hey, another thing id check first is the heater resistor which is behind the glove box on the right, its held on by one screw and has one multiplug connection. Its a common fault well worth checking out. Let me know how ya get on : )


21 February 2010 - 10:19 PM

Hey , sounds like instrument cluster fault to me, its the cluster which holds the passive anti theft memory. its becoming a common fault on this age fiesta, if its under warenty get it checked out for free! If not the cluster can be repaired by some companies. Let me know how you get on : h

In Topic: Mondeo Heating Problem

21 February 2010 - 10:14 PM

Hey, first thing to check is ya coolant level if this is low you wont get any hot air in you car. Then check for leak. If all this is good it sounds like you waterpump is not pumping the hot water into the heater matrix inside the vehicle. another thing worth checking it the thermostat, easy to change and dont cost much for a new one. let me know how ya get on : )

In Topic: Possible Clutch Problem?

21 February 2010 - 10:04 PM

Hey, 1st and reverse are usually harder to get into due to the gear box internal layout. But if its getting bad its more then likely you clutch. If the bitingpoint is high this is also a way of telling its on its way out. Another thing to try is pump the pedal a few times before selecting gear, this will see if you have a clutch fluid leak, if pumpin makes it easier then you have a leak, if not it a worn clutch plate. Let me know how ya get on : )

In Topic: 2006 Fiesta Diesel

21 February 2010 - 09:55 PM

Hi all, need some help, got me a 56 reg fiesta 1.4tdci zetec the other day, couple of problems, the milage trip zero`s out every time I switch the ignition on, most annoying, also the clock on the radio (cd6000) also does the same and starts from 00.00 every time I start up, is this a basic setting error or could there be an electrical problem, hoping some of you long time owners can give me some info.
Thanks in advance

Hi, this sounds like a instument cluster problem to me. First its prob best to check your lives on the multiplug on the cluster. You should have a perminent live to it from the fuse box that will stay live without the ignition on. This live is what keeps the momory for the time ect, if you havent got this live check your fuses and check the wiring. If you have which you more then likely will do you problem is internal with the cluster. Some companies will repair these at a lower cost than a new one. Let me know how you get on : )