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In Topic: Serious Mk4 Help

31 May 2014 - 08:59 PM

The heater illumination was still on so I checked fuse anyway and yes fuse is all OK. I checked both bulb contact points, nothing. Checked it against the interior light and the lights I wanted to put in lit up. So it's definitely the dial circuit :(

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In Topic: Ford Replacing All Ford Badges Free

16 May 2014 - 09:26 PM

Its a shame my ford is from 1997, a bit outside the 120 month mark haha

Just bought some from dmb before they go forever though, hopefully thatll be a good touch up :)

In Topic: Optimus Prime! (Mk4 Fiesta)

16 May 2014 - 08:35 PM

I really am starting to get a nice little motor out of optimus, am quite pleased :)

Swapped out the rear led bulb for a strip for rear courtesy lighting


Also had this little friend installed in the boot :P

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I forgot say quite a while back I changed my speedomoter light to blue, aswell as the heater control pabel. Also had some footwell lighting installed too.

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Managed to sneak them all into one picture lol

Also managed to get this beaut wired in too, for show only of course

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Things left to do are to change all the interior switches to blue and place on the dmb badges I've ordered :)

In Topic: Ford Fiesta Mk4 T Reg Heater Control Panel Dial Remove ?

16 May 2014 - 08:18 PM

Just realised you asked how to get the dials off, unfortunately I don't think you can unless you want them to stay off permanently lol

In Topic: Ford Fiesta Mk4 T Reg Heater Control Panel Dial Remove ?

16 May 2014 - 08:17 PM


To remove the panel you need to remove the stereo, and if its and aftermarket one, the frame also.

Once thats off you can unscrew the two scress holding it in place, ones thats off the wiring for the dials will still be attached, the heater control and speed will be wires that unclip, however the direction dial has a cable plugged in that can be just pulled out (but be careful placing it back in, as its the tricky one!)

I recommend unclipping the wiring first, then you can give the direction dial a decent pull to get it out.

Hope this helps, and if you don't mind me asking, why does it need to come off?

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