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Fiesta 58 (2009) - No Bluetooth Audio & Clutch Noise


duffy1807
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I Purchased my first CAT D car yesterday and am very happy with it.  Just 48,000 on clock and engine seems to be great. I have a couple of *hopefully minor* things I would like to clear up.

(trying to play music through bluetooth)

1. bluetooth Audio - From what I have read, it seems to be a complicated subject and strange. My car does not have USB (from what I can see) therefore I can not perform a software updatee unless their is another way around this? But what I am confused about is the fact the menu system seems to have the bluetooth configuration built in ? I have an option from MENU > AUDIO > bluetooth . At this point I get No Audio Device and my only option is to turn off my BT.

My phone is already connected through Bluetooth and works great on calls . but just not on my audio. Is their something I am missing? I have also ready up a possible 2nd USB maybe in globe compartment,  Whether or not if it just not possible. Hopefully someone can help me out. I have also attached some photo's of the Menu.

2. If I press my Clutch when my engine is running their seems to be 2 different noises. If the clutch is out it seems to be ( a little louder) when I dip the clitch in the noise seems to go away. I'm sure I have had this on other car's too, but doesn't anyone know if this is an issue with the car? It drive's flawlessly in all 5 gears.

 

Regards

 

Craig

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1 hour ago, duffy1807 said:

If I press my Clutch when my engine is running their seems to be 2 different noises. If the clutch is out it seems to be ( a little louder) when I dip the clitch in the noise seems to go away. I'm sure I have had this on other car's too, but doesn't anyone know if this is an issue with the car? It drive's flawlessly in all 5 gears.

possibly a noisy  clutch release bearing nothing to worry about just annoying (gearbox out job if its that  to change though) and no it won't suddenly let you down on a dark night in the rain.

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A noisy clutch is what it is.  It could expire tomorrow or survive another decade.  Unless you've an urge to put a new one in there just ignore while it still drives OK.

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