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In Topic: ?less Bluetooth

Yesterday, 05:48 PM

What happens when you press the 'voice' button on your steering wheel?

The button in de middle on the left side of the steering wheel.


Or you can go to ETIS, fill in your registration/VIN and look at 'Vehicle software'. There you see a list with al the modules in your car. If the APIM module is there, you've got SYNC.

In Topic: Is It Possible To Install Parking Sensors On A Zetec?

01 October 2015 - 06:56 PM

OEM (Original equipment manufacturer) means factory fitted or original Ford parts. After-market are all the parts you can buy in your nearest halfords shop or ebay. 

OEM is always more expensive than after-market parts. But on the other hand, OEM is tested, designed and manufactured by Ford (or companies that are approved by Ford). So you know it's especially designed for your car.


If you have little knowledge about cars, be careful with making changes in your car.

In Topic: Is It Possible To Install Parking Sensors On A Zetec?

01 October 2015 - 06:41 PM

Do you mean OEM or after-market sensors?

The OEM rear parking sensors are really easy to install. You need an module, connector cable, rear bumper cable and 4 sensors.

The module doesn't need to be activated.The location of the sensors are marked inside the bumper (at least the front ones).

The only tool you need is a drill that is the right size for the sensors.


If you need the FINIS codes, just let me know.

In Topic: Fiesta's New Led Brake Lights 20

27 September 2015 - 09:55 AM

What else has changed? Any interior?


The LED tail lights and a little storage net near the dashboard are the only thing Ford added to Fiesta's build after August 2015. Minor changes to keep the Fiesta selling for (probably) the last year or two. I asked my dealership if there is a finis available for the LED tail lights, but his ECAT wasn't updated yet. He could tell me that the retail price is around the 250 euro's a piece. A bit expensive... 


Picture of the little storage net:


In Topic: Dab Radio Not Working Correctly

12 July 2015 - 09:58 PM

I have never seen a 'NO SIG' message on my Sony DAB radio. When my DAB looses reception, it automatically changes back to the same FM radio station (if there is). You could try to enable this option in your menu. 


Loosing reception is the most common problem, but it could also be a problem in your wiring (very unlikely), a problem with the tuner, or a broken amplifier (it is not an amplifier, but I don't now the right name) in the back of your car. This amplifier is a little green box on the right side behind the side trim. I've have never heard of a broken one, but it can always happen.