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Chris_pickford94

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In Topic: Help... Water In The Spark Plug Holes!

28 January 2015 - 09:09 PM

As above, on the mk6 fiestas 02-06(I believe) the washer jets don't have rubber seals between the jets and bonnet and somehow leak into the spark plug wells
Bought a new set of washer jets and it sorted the problem on my old car


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In Topic: Scuff Plates For The Inside? Did Anyone Know?

20 January 2015 - 06:25 AM

Instead of getting scuff plates for the inside to protect them, you can get a sort of vinyl wrap but transparent (for lack of a better way to describe it)
The fiesta mk7 5 door has it on the rear doors to protect the paintwork when getting in/out
Ford also used it on the focus mk2.5 in the boot to prevent a cable rubbing through the paint when it was opened/closed
They do similar things for mountain bikes that prevent cable rubbing through the paint work
Can't think of the exact brand name of it but the interior sill could be wrapped in this and probably wouldn't be that noticeable?


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In Topic: Fiesta Mk 6.5 Misfire/water In Spark Plug Well

20 January 2015 - 06:13 AM

Not sure if they updated this on the mk6.5 but it used to be really common on the mk6 for the washer jets to leak and that was what was causing the same problem for me
This is because the standard washer jets didn't come withe a rubber seal between the plastic jet and the bonnet

Don't ask me how but when using the jets, they would leak onto the air box and somehow find their way into the spark plug wells

Might be something different in your case but worth having a look at


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In Topic: Fiesta Mk7 2009 1.25 (60Bhp Duratec) - Spark Plugs

20 January 2015 - 06:06 AM

From what I remember of buying plugs from there they came pre gapped
There was or still might be a live chat thing on their website which you could ask if they come pre gapped or not


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In Topic: Fiesta Mk6 - Fitting Facelift Headlights To Pre-Facelift Model

18 June 2014 - 07:00 PM

I don't think it's really a modification, they come as standard and are a genuine replacement
But even if you did I can't imagine it being much more


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