F0CUE

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About F0CUE

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  • Birthday 08/24/1977

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    Ian
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    Focus
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    2008
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  1. If it sounds like somebody tapping underneath and it does it when reaching the top of steep inclines too it with be the rear swaybar bushes.
  2. I know estate would differ but I mean fit wise are they the same fitment and I guess sport versions would have stiffer dampers? For example what effect would say using a set of rear shocks from an rs?
  3. Nobody have an answer? 😭
  4. It's all in the engine code (sometimes referred to as engine number) or vehicle identification number (VIN). You can find the VIN in the lower corner of your windscreen. In the series of numbers and letters, the tenth from the left denotes the model year and the eighth is the engine code.
  5. Would these be ok? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F321740825497
  6. Lol loved it this is the one I had and fave games were some running maze game and Spikey harold lol
  7. Are all MK2 rear shocks the same and interchangeable? Or is there a difference say on RS or ST ones compared to zetec/sigma? Edit: maybe @JW1982 will know 😀
  8. It ended up the cylinder piston had cracked and sliced into the rubber each press of the brake was giving a nice spray of fluid. Will get a new one today and will need to bleed again grrr.
  9. Low speed clunking would be the swaybar links check the rubbers for deterioration when the rubber is gone they resonate through the struts. Although have also seen peeps having issues with MK3 engine mounts too so check the rubbers on them too.
  10. I would imagine so any air leaks will cause issues the ECU will be compensating for it.
  11. Yeh it looks alot of work would be an early morning start to make sure. Thanks I'm considering it but would be alone so probs more hours lol
  12. No but I'll give anything a go now and sick of dismantling the things lmao. Thanks.
  13. The rear trailing arm is the part below coming out the hub it attaches to the body in front and above the rear arches if the bush is bad it knocks throw the whole body. I got both parts on eBay and have had no problems for years now As for the 21 or 18 I ended up having to buy both as could not get the answer. I have 18 in my shed lol
  14. I have seen the guide and have always thought about doing it the thing I don't like is the removal of heat shields and figuring out the cables. How long did it take you and was it easy enough?