JayLews

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About JayLews

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  • First Name
    James
  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium X
  • Ford Year
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Suffolk

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  • Location
    Ipswich
  1. Mine uses the 380 dual-filament bulbs.
  2. As far as I'm aware there's only one on the driver's side, the passenger side is just a reflector.
  3. I had the same problem with a set of Autobulb's twenty20 'CANbus error free' bulbs and they recommended I exchanged them for the 'HF0' version (https://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/581-twenty20-HF0-LED-indicator-bulbs.html) and I've had no issues at all with the replacements.
  4. My 2014 Titanium X has 195/50 tyres on it despite what the 'search by reg number' features on various sites tell me. I'm guessing it isn't a very common size since the options are a lot more limited compared to to 50s.
  5. I had this on mine too and it was the button at fault, a replacement stalk sorted the problem out 👍
  6. If any of you have the factory-fitted reversing camera I'd be interested to know how well it's supported on these units, whether it has the dynamic guide lines, etc.
  7. I had heard that there's a firmware bug where if the stereo is switched off when you turn the engine off that the bluetooth module doesn't power down properly and so drains the battery. I found this out because the battery on mine went completely flat several times when I hadn't had any issues with it before. I haven't been able (or willing) to test this out but the stereo had been switched off before the battery went flat every time so it might be worth testing it out of you're able.
  8. I've just been through this myself and I found this site - https://ford.7zap.com/en/car/59/no/0/1841/16642/72453/ - which lists the various bits and pieces.
  9. I use BP Ultimate in mine and I've found a noticeable difference, the engine is a little smoother and has a little more go to it. Through some very non-scientific tests compared to BP's standard fuel I found a couple of MPGs improvement, certainly not enough to offset the extra cost but I like the way the car drives with the Ultimate fuel so I stick with it.