SukiDukes

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  • First Name
    Terence
  • Ford Model
    Focus Titianium X 2.0 Estate
  • Ford Year
    2012
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Gloucestershire
  • Interests
    Travel

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  1. lol …………………………...
  2. Great news! … thanks for letting us know. Happy motoring 😎
  3. You could try disconnecting your battery for around 10 minutes to reset your modules. If this doesn't work then visiting a Ford dealer for software updates might work, these can only be done using the Ford ids diagnostic software, most likely at a cost though?
  4. You could try disconnecting your battery for around 10 minutes to reset your modules. If this doesn't work then visiting a Ford dealer for software updates might work, these can only be done using the Ford ids diagnostic software, most likely at a cost though?
  5. I had a similar issue so I removed the tick from the alternate frequencies box in the sound menu and all seems okay now, hope this helps?
  6. The OEM lead should be long enough if fitted via the headliner and not under the carpet.
  7. It maybe driver related to both your devices, you should check to see if there are any updates for both your mobile and Sat-Nav and try again after installing. Also not using OEM USB leads can give issues similar to this also. I have a Samsung S7 and don't have any issues and I also use several USB devices again not having any issues. (I have a FF Titanium X)
  8. SukiDukes

    tyres

    How uncanny! ...That's exactly what was fitted to my Ford Focus too, isn't that strange?
  9. I want to use the dashcam in parking mode so need to hardwire it, hence how to do it. The dashcam I want to fit takes a single frame from each camera once a second instead of full time video (front & Back). If activated through a knock etc it will record in video just for that action (3 mins) then return to one image a second. This prevents the battery running down and the SD card filling up or overwriting itself.
  10. Thanks all, the info has been great and an insight, much appreciated. I want to use the dashcam in parking mode hence the hardwire just didn't know how or where I could connect, and what too. Very useful from all Kudos to all!
  11. "I have noticed that the front and rear headlamps" Strange that, rear headlights? … I wouldn't want to be behind you on a night time as I'd be truly dazzled, might even think someone was driving directly at me and take evasive action. (stop for a Costa coffee lol). Sorry 😞
  12. Valet Pro Bilberry Wheel Cleaner, this is acid free and just as good. If you car is a 2nd user vehicle it may have had one or two wheels repaired, using an acid cleaner will eventually strip the wheels so its best if you don't know the history of the car to use an acid free cleaner like Valet Pro Bilberry Wheel Cleaner. Cheers.
  13. Hi all, I'm looking for some advice about hardwiring a dash cam. On a Focus (Mk3) where would it be best to hardwire my dash cam. At the moment I don't know where the internal fuse box is, and if it would be best to use this. The dash cam has a double fuse incorporated so do I need to use the fuse box if there is one inside. Basically I have 3 wires from the dash cam. One for ignition live, one for an earth, and one that is meant to trickle charge the cam during the time I am away from the car. Any advice on the best way to hard wire my dah cam will be appreciated. Thanks
  14. Mmmm? room for thought there, thanks!
  15. Thanks, Prior to my Focus I had a Astra Estate 1.9 and had the Dunlop Blue's fitted. I found them great in the wet, and when we had the snow last year I was the only person moving around daily even picking my friends up who couldn't get their cars moving and taking them to work. Enjoy the gloating for nearly 4 days lol Was actually considering having them fitted to my Focus for that reason, still pondering though at the mo as still plenty tread left on the ones fitted. (for now that is).