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autobahnproven

Member Since 03 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Sep 03 2013 04:06 PM
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Hello From Germany

05 July 2013 - 12:34 PM

Just joined a couple of days ago whilst looking for help with locating my Focus ECU. Got answers really fast. Thanks to all.

 

Originally from the North West where sheep outnumber people. Drive a now high-miles (km) 2006 2.0 TDCI Focus Titanium which has proven ideal for crossing Europe briskly and economically. I like it so much, the wife didn't need too much convincing to swap her trusty but boring Accord for a brand new Mondeo (called Fusion in the US) which many have mistaken for an Aston Martin. We love both our Fords. Full disclosure: still have the Accord, plus I own a 1991 Golf GTI G60 and a 2006 Golf GTI both of which are hardly driven. I'm a car-guy who doesn't often get his hands dirty but likes to improve his rides with stealth modifications (like the 18" Wolf Racing wheels on the Focus - yeah, right!).  

 

Love Fish n Chips, as you'll see from my profile pic. Enjoy hiking, visiting interesting places in Europe and the US. Currently planning a trip to a derelict fortified Me 262 factory. Always plenty to go see and do in Germany.

 

Cheers!

Mark


Had Our New Mondeo Two Months Now. Love It!

04 July 2013 - 06:57 PM

We have what will be the new version of the Mondeo already. 2.0 EcoBoost, 6 speed Auto, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Assist, lots of other goodies. Deep Impact Blue with Dune leather. Looks fabulous. My wife says she gets a lot of attention driving it... Attached File  20130428_105823.jpg   143.96KB   251 downloadsAttached File  at brem.jpg   127KB   357 downloadsAttached File  20130426_143545.jpg   98.74KB   419 downloadsAttached File  20130510_130454.jpg   135.42KB   408 downloadsAttached File  20130428_105629.jpg   188.56KB   286 downloads


Ecu Location/removal 2.0 Tdci

03 July 2013 - 10:02 AM

This should be real simple. Where is my ECU? ECU repair company needs the serial number before they'll agree to repair it.

Thanks, Mark.