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Member Since 21 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Jul 05 2009 03:42 PM

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In Topic: Engine Warning Light....

30 March 2009 - 05:07 PM

it will do an absolute maximum of 330miles no matter where i drive or how i drive

Mine's a Mk6 1.4 and i have the same issue it says it should be 46mpg and i bearly get 36 if i drive economically. Which is about 330 miles ish, it's the same every week no matter how i drive... They seem to quote very highly on their fuel economy to be fair.

your light wont go away without it being taken off

I had my warning light come on after i was messing around with it putting my mates cheap temperature senser thing on it (it made it do 10.8 seconds to 60 rather than my usual 12.8) but it later brought on the warning light
I was stressing because ford wanted 85 just to look at it (i knew what i was wrong, we had done it!) luckily my beloved fiesta turned the light off itself! =) But i'm not putting that chip in it even if it does make it that much faster!!

In Topic: Wheel Trim Referb

30 March 2009 - 12:20 PM

Come on people i wanted opinions! =(

In Topic: Top speed...

29 March 2009 - 07:44 PM

I've hit about 105mph in mine =)

In Topic: fitting new wheels....help?!

26 March 2009 - 11:29 AM

Fitting new wheels is easy as pie!!
You don't need a torque wrench, man power is enough.
All you need to do is undo the wheel nuts with a suitible rachet (loosen them a little while the wheels are on the ground then Jack the corner of the car up and undo the nuts and take the wheel off), if you are changing from trims to alloys you will need to make sure u have wheel nuts including lock in ones. Then simply place the wheel onto the bolts and screw the nuts with your hand while holding the wheel in place. Then tighten them while on the jack (but not so you are pulling the car) take it off the Jack and tighten until you can't tighten it anymore.
Tracking should be fine as long as the wheels are of similar size.
I'm 17 and me and my mates changed the wheels easily, i'm sure you can do it.

Hope this helps

In Topic: Fiesta MK 6 1.25 LX, A/C not working

25 March 2009 - 10:02 PM

I did what it said to do the test and it didn't work =/