Your Honour

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    Focus Titanium X
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  1. Okay, may have to get in touch with them then when the current situation dies down then.
  2. Very helpful thanks. however I cannot find anyone in the UK that sell them online anywhere?
  3. Hi Guys, Sorry to bump an old thread, did not want to start a new topic. I've got plenty of time do this work atm with the current situation. I hope everyone is keeping safe and well. Anyway I have done the paint work and took the triangle out and can see I can easily reach to pop the sensor back into a new retainer but cannot find the part for my 2013 Mk3 Focus anywhere. Could any of you guys help with this at all? Closest I could find is this and assumed it would not fit? Thanks.
  4. Couldn't get the triangle out by pulling it, done some research and there are clips. I've ordered some trim tools from Amazon. Will give it a go when they arrive.
  5. Thanks for the advice, I'll give this a go later and report back. 👍
  6. It does still work but it's pushed into the bumper cover. When the park pilot comes on the indicator for that sensor stays red and beeps.
  7. Hi guys, I need some advice on front parking sensors if possible please. I have googled and searched the forum but could not find anything. Basically I've been a bit of an idiot and have done some damage to one of the front sensors on my Mk 3 Focus, picture below. Now I was wondering how easy it would be to do this without taking to a garage and what would be involved in replacing this? I'm useless, but my Dad is pretty handy with cars. Also would I need to purchase OEM sensors or would aftermarket ones work? Help appreciated as always.
  8. I turn it off in my car, I just think it drives a lot better with it disabled. Although that could just be in my head.
  9. Had this issue with my Mk2, if you're not confident in doing it yourself (which i wasn't) with help from the forum I used a guy on eBay who sorted mine, just sent it to him he fixed it and sent it back. Got the car running fine after. The post is here if it helps:
  10. 1995 Vauxhall Corsa - just after I passed my test, sold this after getting fed up with it not starting in the winter months. Focus MK1 - Write off after someone decided to crash into the back of me in stationary traffic Peugeot 307 - Head gasket went after 4 years Focus Mk2 - Loved it but I was sold a lemon by a private dealership I think, the dreaded IC issue after a week of owning it, then head gasket went. Focus Mk3 1.6 TDCI - bought this off my father in law at a very very good price after he went down the mobility route lovely car and very well looked after. I'm hoping I have better look with this one than past vehicles I've owned. Although I have promised him i'll will look after it better than my previous cars! 😅
  11. Your Honour


    You can press OK on the steering wheel as well to deactivate.
  12. Looks like you're not the only one experiencing delays with this car:
  13. Wow. That's a hell of a wait. I've never been in the position to order a new car but my father in law ordered a new Peugeot 5008 and got it within 6 weeks which I thought was very reasonable.
  14. Very friendly and helpful forum I have found. I have the same car by the way. 👍
  15. I did this on my Mk2 when I had it, got it stuck when trying to fill the car up on the opposite side going across the roof and at a funny angle, may have just pushed it in too far as you say.