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Member Since 23 May 2013
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In Topic: Fiesta Mk7.5 Front On Mk7

18 August 2014 - 08:29 PM

It is possible, a guy from the Dutch Fiesta Forum has done it.

You need a new bonnet, bumper (with all the accessories), headlights and a wiring diagram to make the headlights work (the headlight connectors are different).


I can't help you with a guide, but maybe you can sent Tasi (dutch fiesta forum) a message.

In Topic: Engine Cover - Should There Be One?

06 January 2014 - 04:31 PM

All the MK7 diesel versions should have an engine cover and none of the MK7 patrol versions had one. It wasn't even an option for the patrol versions.

The TS wants to know were the screw fixings were for, take a look at this picture. This is my MK7 1,25 engine bay.




The two red circles were the fixing points for the airbox on the Fiesta MK6(.5) engines. The MK7 has the airbox next to the cylinders.

The four yellow circles are there on some engines models to fix (as you can see) a Volvo cover.

The 1.6 engines from Ford were also placed in some Volvo models. All volvo engines came with such cover.  

In Topic: Changing Fiesta Cd6000 To Ford Sony Head Unit

11 December 2013 - 01:40 PM

@Hjalle: The Sony radio on your picture won't fit in a Fiesta. That is the Mondeo MK3 version. There is a big difference!


My picture shows the Sony radio with the green display (from a focus mk2).

Works perfectly, except for the little screen between your dials and the Ford OEM Bluetooth module.

Ford made 2 versions, the single cd version (mp3 compatible) and the 6cd changer version (non mp3).



In Topic: Heated Seat Kits

10 December 2013 - 03:50 PM

Fabric ore leather doesn't matter. The wiring is exactly the same. I've got fabric seats as well.

I was lucky that all the wiring, even the fuse, were already in my Fiesta. Not everyone is that lucky.


The problem with OEM heated seats is that only the bottom is heated, the back hasn't got heating.

I've made a small guide on my Dutch project page. With Google translate you should be okay :P .

In Topic: Heated Seat Kits

10 December 2013 - 03:30 PM

If you're lucky you already have the OEM heated seat wiring under your seat. Just look at the wiring block under your seat, if the wires in the middle (next to the bracket) are in place, you should have a switched 12v there.


I retrofitted the OEM heated seat option. It is much more expensive but I like to have everything OEM.