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Aux Problem Fiesta Zetec S Tdci


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Hello

Recently I noticed problem with my aux whenever its pluged it and playing music fron my phone it always goes down the volume always when I change gear its very funny gearbox is like disturbing the playing

Also one more question what is that sound near left fog light kind of little motor running or something?

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The problem with Aux could be a bad earth somewhere in the system

By left foglight do you mean offside or nearside? If offside, then that's where your alternator, waterpump, PAS pump, crankshaft pulley & timing belt is.

I had the pleasure of removing it all to change my timing belt a few weeks ago. the joys

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I didn't say it was your timing belt :)

But its due next year just so you're aware :)

Its possible you have a bad earth somewhere

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Only thing that can make a noise around that area is a faulty n/s headlamp adjustment motor

Which also has the possibility of sending a buzz through the electronics doesnt it?

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Its a mechanical buzz from the motor mechanism as such, the buzz you get from electrics is when you grab the ht leads with engine running. Lol. Thats a buzz and a half. Ha ha

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Its a mechanical buzz from the motor mechanism as such, the buzz you get from electrics is when you grab the ht leads with engine running. Lol. Thats a buzz and a half. Ha ha

But surely if the faulty motor is drawing an ever changing amount of current it could create a buzz for the headunit? After all, an aux cable is unbalanced so it won't take much to create a buzz

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Put the lights on and park facing a wall or flat object. Try to move them.

If neither of them move they're either both dead or its a fuse.

If one moves and the noisy one doesn't then that's your problem

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Ok just been outside now it does move But the right side it more noisy and the other left side its quite and the left one its the one that the noise it coming from when engine on

I will try do it tomorrow where is the headlamp connector

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Headlight connector is a square plug with rounded edges on the rear of the headlight. Headlights come out by removing the grill & taking out 3 screws

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