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  1. I also checked my book. Nothing No Code inside the pages either. I checked the boot,nothing. Thanks anyways
  2. Thanks for the Website. I had a good look. Unfortunately I looked everywhere in my vehicle and didn't find the lug nut or security code card. I even took the mapping off in the boot,I looked throughly in the boot. No luck. Thanks Anyways! 😎👍
  3. Great Help 👍😊

  4. I will check my handbook when I get home, I've cleaned my car multiple times thoroughly and haven't seen it no but I will and look for it today,I doubt it but its worth looking, . My specific fiesta didnt come with a spare tire kit,I had to purchase on myself. It sounds expensive,but surely I can get the key code for my car since isn't nothing special. I will try everything myself hopefully and if not will take to a tyre shop then. Thank you. Big help 😎👍
  5. My mechanic said that aswell. He mentioned drilling through the lug but he said its very expensive and time consuming and not worth,he managed to take one off by chipping a bit but he informed me it might not be easy. I feel like I'm missing something,can't I buy the specific attachment needed to take this off by hand? Cheers
  6. I haven't checked the paperwork or the book pack, I don't have my own but I should find it online, Also confused why I would need a new key? Does each car version have different types? I would like to atleast attempt taking it off by myself before paying someone to do it. All I need to do is replace the lugs into normal ones. Thanks
  7. Thank you, I was looking for the name of it. Cheers
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  9. Hello Basically,I have a Ford Fiesta 2010 Titanium 1.4 Petrol. I'm not sure if it's the right name but the lug nuts aren't normal ones where you need can take off with a specific wrench,they are ones that are harder to take off so that the disc doesn't get stolen,obviously its an old car so no one wants those discs so I want to change them into normal lug nuts incase of road side incident.My mechanic suggested it and wasn't able to take them off since he doesn't have the specific part. I don't know much about cars but I need to find this specific (attachment,don't know the name) (I'm at work and don't have the car with me otherwise I would taken a picture of the wheel) Thanks
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