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  1. I found that I needed someone pulling the metal pipes from the engine side while I was lying upside down in the footwell pulling the pipes there. It gave me just enough room to slip the split o ring out and insert the new ring.
  2. They are the old sticky pads from previous wheel balancing weights.
  3. Etis shows: Less Front Parking Aid Maybe a replacement bumper from a scrappy?
  4. I too updated my Sync last night and uploaded the XML file to Ford. I too got the message that my maps were up to date. Your last message made me check the Ford site again and now I get the message that there is 22.1GB map update available for download. I'd check the Ford site a bit later/tomorrow and see if the map update it waiting for you.
  5. Thanks again, hopefully my final question. Do the new new tyre monitors need coding to the car or will it just work?
  6. Less than £200 including fitting do you think?
  7. Thanks for all your replies. Any ideas how much it would cost at Ford to get the correct valves attached to my Winter steel wheels?
  8. Hi, I have a July 2014 Focus 1L ecoboost, had it for 6 months. I've just put my Winter steel wheels/tyres on and now I'm getting a "tyre monitoring system malfunction warning" The pressures are correct, the malfunction warning has been reset by resetting the pressure on the dashboard but it comes back after a few miles. It is not a tyre pressure warning but a system malfunction warning. Looking at my 18" Summer wheels/tyres, the valves look like normal rubber valves not chunky so I thought the pressure monitoring system is based on the ABS and not a sensor in the wheel. Ford Etis says, " Tyre Pressure Sensors - 433 MH" Does anyone know for definite if my Summer wheels have sensors in them? If thats the case then I'll need to get them fitted to my Winter wheels. Thanks, Chris