Nick_T

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    Mk7 Fiesta RS
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    2008
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  1. Yup will absolutely be attending again!
  2. Modify it to fit as best you can or the easiest option buy an exhaust that fits your vehicle. The manifold system on the 1.4 and 2.0 engines are a different setup altogether.
  3. Shocker or top mounting would be my best guess.
  4. Can be done quite easily DIY. You will need to remove the black strips that run from front to back on your roof, clean away any remaining sticky from the bodywork with a solvent such as panel wipe. Take a close look at where you have just removed the strips from and check for any fine cracks or splits in the sealant. Go to your local builders merchant and pick up some roofing sealant, chances are the cracks will be above the rear window. Run the sealant over any cracks, it takes 24hrs to cure fully and is over paintable if you wish to do so. Once cured either stick your trims back on with fresh double sided tape or purchase a new pair from Ford, I paid £25 for a pair of new ones. Did this fix 2 years ago and have never had any water in the boot since then.
  5. Will be getting in underneath the black roof trims. Where the side panels and the roof panel meet it is covered with a bead of sealant from front to rear. Once the body shell is painted the black strip is attached over the top using double sided tape. It's common on the early build Mk7 for this sealant to crack with age allowing water to seep in between the panels and run into the boot area. My car was affected by the same issue, if the water is clean then this is more than likely where your problem lies.
  6. Cobra performance or a Miltek system would be a good shout.
  7. It won't.... You will need the dealer to reprogram or someone with access to IDS. You can download a free program from the net called Forscan which will allow you to make the changes to the cars modules 😊
  8. Common issue with IB5 Gearbox. The engine is driven by a timing belt.
  9. I've installed nav into my car. As above the Green is for reverse camera, Blue for GPS antenna, Black and Pink feed the unit traffic information I believe...
  10. Will be getting in underneath the black roof trims. Where the side panels and the roof panel meet it is covered with a bead of sealant from front to rear. Once the body shell is painted the black strip is attached over the top using double sided tape. It's common on the early build Mk7 for this sealant to crack with age allowing water to seep in between the panels and run into the boot area. My car was affected by the same issue, if the water is clean then this is more than likely where your problem lies.
  11. What year and what engine is in your car?
  12. As above this would probably indicate a duff plug, for the sake of a tenner I would stick a new set of plugs in....
  13. It's a pretty easy swap once you have all the right bits :)
  14. I have a head unit and Sat nav screen from a 2015 Fiesta in my 2008 Fiesta, it all works. Later Fiesta screens should work without issue in early cars. Have you tried setting this option to without and using the new LCD? Your new setup is without Navigation
  15. I think the screen has to be matched with the head unit.....