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#532152 Fiesta Radio Speakers

Posted by HarryNLD on 16 October 2015 - 11:11 AM

The tweeter in the rear is placed on top of the woofer. So you've got 2 speakers in 1 casing.

here's a picture:


#530171 Dab/fm Signal

Posted by HarryNLD on 09 October 2015 - 01:32 PM

Arob.sco is right, switch off the DAB Service Link.

The alternative frequecy option is only for FM.

#501582 How To Seperate Gear Knob From Gaitor?

Posted by HarryNLD on 09 July 2015 - 01:58 PM

Very good!

Hope you orderd a steering wheel with cruise control buttons. Very easy upgrade if you change your steering wheel anyway.

#501580 Beam Deflectors For Mk7/7.5

Posted by HarryNLD on 09 July 2015 - 01:49 PM



Left is a reflector headlight

Right is a projector headlight.

#490198 Change The Lighting Colour On Radio Screen

Posted by HarryNLD on 27 May 2015 - 07:39 PM

You can order one at your dealership, but they cost a fortune.

Best chance is Ebay or scrapyard.

#489971 Change The Lighting Colour On Radio Screen

Posted by HarryNLD on 27 May 2015 - 09:23 AM

You can replace your radio/screen for the Sony model. The centre console will be black and the screen color blue/black.

The facelift radio will not work in the pre-facelift Fiesta.


picture of the Sony radio:


#487057 Fiesta Mk7.5 "battery Back Up Sounder"?

Posted by HarryNLD on 17 May 2015 - 09:11 PM

The backup battery alarm is in fact a part of the Thatcham cat. 1 alarm. It is a siren with a little battery in it. It's placed behind the right front wing.

This alarm is only fitted on the ST models, and only in the UK. In the rest of Europe it is an option (only on the ST). 

I retrofitted the thatcham alarm on my Titanium X, works great, but it is a lot of work to get it done.


Picture of the siren with backup battery:


#474942 How Can I Remove The Bottom Of The Right Seat Plastic?

Posted by HarryNLD on 10 April 2015 - 02:32 PM

1. Remove the seat adjustment knob

2. Remove the screw on the back.

3. Pull the back end out for a couple of cm's.

4. slide the hole panel forward.


And that it's.

#474316 Fiesta Adjustable Load Floor Question

Posted by HarryNLD on 08 April 2015 - 11:02 AM

Not a problem.



#474183 Fiesta Adjustable Load Floor Question

Posted by HarryNLD on 07 April 2015 - 08:57 PM

The hinge on the picture above is indeed different (#3 - picture 1).

FINIS RH: 1785935
FINIS LH: 1785936


Cover for the hinges:

FINIS RH: 1805755
FINIS LH: 1805756


Bold to secure the cover:

FINIS: 4364422


And all the other parts necessary. I looked it up once, but all the parts together are quite expensive.


Side trim (wheel arch)

FINIS RH: 1804222

FINIS LH: 1804211


Side trim (plastic)

FINIS RH: 1800032

FINIS LH:  1800034


Side cover (#3 - picture 4):

FINIS RH: 1804210

FINIS LH: 1804221


Retainer: 1773686 (#3 - picture 3)

Back trim: 1822310 (#3 - picture 2)

Floormat: 1804234

Floorliner: 1798009


I think these are all the parts you need, couldn't find any more in Microcat :) .

If you have a rubber boot mat, you need a different one.

#462079 Fiesta Mk6 Fusebox?

Posted by HarryNLD on 06 March 2015 - 10:36 PM

The trailer module feed is permanent live as well.

#462072 Perimeter Alarm

Posted by HarryNLD on 06 March 2015 - 10:25 PM

The Fiesta can be equipped with two types of alarm, depending on the model. The normal Fiesta (zetec, titanium, trend) is only available with the perimeter alarm. The ST has a Thatcham category 1 alarm. This is with interior sensors and door death locks.The perimeter alarm has a simple horn in the boot, and the thatcham cat. 1 alarm has an siren with backup battery in the engine bay.


Testing the systems is quite simple:

Perimeter: Leave a window open, lock the car, wait for 30 seconds and open the door from the inside. The alarm goes of.
ST Thatcam cat. 1: Leave a window open, lock the car, wait for 30 seconds and just put your hand trough the open window, after a couple of seconds the alarm goes of.


If your Fiesta is equipped with the keyless entry option, leave the key fob out of the signal range. Otherwise the car knows you're there and deactivates the alarm system.  

#461053 Drum Brakes?

Posted by HarryNLD on 04 March 2015 - 02:46 PM

Google is sometimes your best friend :P


#432995 Call All Titanium X Owners

Posted by HarryNLD on 30 November 2014 - 04:55 PM

It is a Dutch Titanium X, but I don't think that will be a problem.


Partial leather passenger seat (With retrofitted lumbar support):



Interior (Window controls):



#310516 Heated Seat Kits

Posted by HarryNLD on 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 .