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  1. I assume your talking about the rubber trim the window passes through when going up or down and not the guides which are part of the mechanism inside the door?
  2. I did this myself years ago it was the security bolts with the spinning collar. I hit a socket over it and it worked. Although it did ruin the socket but was worth it. Either way A garage shouldn't charge more than 20 quid really.
  3. Hi all and thanks for the replies. I finally managed to get it done and it was actually really easy. After loads of searching I found this online: It covers the RS but basically the same process. When I get my custom wheel back from being repaired I'm going to make a video and post it on YouTube because I couldn't find one and it will probably help somebody in the future. Thanks again.
  4. Hi, does anyone have a removal guide please I've searched online and can't find one. Many thanks.
  5. I am having this same problem on my 2015 focus ST. I've had the valves done on all 4 wheels because they were bleeding air from the valve stem, I thought this might fix it but alas no, it seems they are still leaking somewhere else. I will add tho that I had a 64 plate focus that was just under 3 years old when I bought it and ford replaced all 4 alloy wheels under warranty. The mechanic told me they were corroded but didn't say where. He did say that ford alloys are made from cheap Chinese aluminium. Looks like I'll be replacing the wheels on my ST £££