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#469532 Fiesta Mk5 Rev Counter

Posted by Dan62 on 25 March 2015 - 02:22 PM

The connector for all clusters are the same.

The tachometer is fed from the ECU to pin 21 of the cluster connector (White/Black) so you will need to make sure the wire has been fitted.


There is no mention of having to reconfigure the cluster using WDS so looks like it should work without reconfiguring or pairing the cluster to the ECU.


The cluster does store the odometer information so a different cluster will show the mileage of the vehicle it was taken from.



#469053 Fiesta Mk6 - Where To Find Fuel Pump Relay?

Posted by Dan62 on 24 March 2015 - 10:13 AM

As above, its behind the glovebox, small relay on the far left of the fuse/relay board

The decal on the back of the glovebox should show it as R6 and has a picture of a petrol pump.

#469042 99 Ka, Is There An Immobilizer Bypass?

Posted by Dan62 on 24 March 2015 - 09:53 AM

If the key had a red tab on it, it should be a 2 key system, and according to the documentation 2 key pats was fitted to KA's from 98.5 model year on.


The older 3 key system with a master key I seem to remember the whole body of the key was red.


Attached File  KA-Pats.pdf   20.73KB   8 downloads

#467652 Engine Cover/air Box Removal 2002 Duratec 1.2 Engine

Posted by Dan62 on 20 March 2015 - 10:10 AM

Here you go, it may be tight but it does just lift off.

Attached File  1300_air.pdf   39.77KB   44 downloads

#421429 Fiesta Mk6 Kam Fuse

Posted by Dan62 on 21 October 2014 - 04:15 PM

Possibly F16 in the fusebox behind the glovebox

#421110 Please Help!

Posted by Dan62 on 20 October 2014 - 05:06 PM

The assembly is the Heater Core Housing.

Very unlikely that you can replace the gear in situ and its a big job to remove and replace the housing.


The gear is a bevel gear.


As already suggested try and obtain another housing and see if you can find a way to replace the gear without having to remove the assembly. Found this one on ebay

#420327 Water Leak

Posted by Dan62 on 18 October 2014 - 08:45 AM

Have a look at the attached PDF, it gives some good pointers for leaks.


Smoke pellets and UV dyes can be bought off ebay to do the more advanced tests.


Good luck, I know how annoying a leak is and trying to find out where its coming from.

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#419462 C Max 04 Heated Rear Screen

Posted by Dan62 on 15 October 2014 - 08:38 AM

F52 25A

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#414279 Central Locking Not Working !!!

Posted by Dan62 on 28 September 2014 - 12:10 PM

Depending on what part of 1999 it was built I would suggest you double check fuse F8 (pre sept.99) or F21 (post sept 99).

#413643 Focus Rs Nav/interior Lights Failure :(

Posted by Dan62 on 26 September 2014 - 11:07 AM

The relay is shown as an internal component of the passenger junction box (not replaceable). If it was replaceable it would be shown with a relay number and connectors, it is just drawn as part of a circuit so its internal.

The ignition does not by-pass the relay.

From checking the wiring diagram all power you have missing comes through this relay, either the relay is not switching, there is a bad connector from the junction box to the wiring harness or the 12v feed is missing.

#413607 Focus Rs Nav/interior Lights Failure :(

Posted by Dan62 on 26 September 2014 - 08:26 AM

It could be the battery saver relay or the power to it.

Check for 12v at fuse location F104, if no 12v here check F4 near the battery is good (60A fuse).

#412770 Airbag Light Wont Come On! Solve Or Crush?

Posted by Dan62 on 24 September 2014 - 11:42 AM

I just checked the wiring diagram and the airbag light is shown as an LED not a normal bulb like others in the instrument cluster.

It would explain why putting a good bulb in that position doesn't work.

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#408659 Getting Eac Fault

Posted by Dan62 on 11 September 2014 - 06:17 PM

I understand your frustration but its a process of elimination and the throttle body is the likely suspect.


As for the ecu connector, you have to drill out the security bolt. It is fitted with a bolt who's head detaches when it is tightened.

Use a stack of washers or something that will fit in the end of the bolt hole and guide a drill bit to drill the centre of the bolt.


Do you have the wiring diagrams and pinouts for the connector(s) ? 

#408612 Getting Eac Fault

Posted by Dan62 on 11 September 2014 - 04:31 PM

Throttle body has to be the next step, just because it looks clean you don't know for sure that it was changed previously. And being clean doesn't mean good, just like being dirty means its bad  :D


Can you remember what spark plugs you have, I tried some Bosch super 4's a while back and they were awful, engine would stutter when pulling away. (But I think this is a separate unrelated issue to the EAC fail).


As for the fuel pump, there is a return fuel line so any fuel not used by the engine is returned to the tank, the pressure doesn't just stay built up in the supply line.

#358260 Any Idea What It Is

Posted by Dan62 on 29 April 2014 - 05:16 PM