Question about 2006 Ford Focus
It will eventually come out,but you will have to replace ignition cylinder.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The rotor is not held on by the big nut, it slides on and off, only the wheel holds it on, the clearance between the rotor and the front hub which the large nut holds on is very small, rust forms and the rotor gets stuck, use a hammer or a large piece of wood if you plan to reuse the rotor and hit it from side to side, spray penetrating oil to loosen the rust, it is a bugger but it will come loose, then make sure to wire brush all the rust off or wheel retention may be compromised.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
connection problem definately getting loose somewhere or getting cut internally needs checking for sure.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
Check behind your brake pedal. I don't remember what the parts were called but the same thing happened to me. When you put your foot on the brake there is a plastic or rubber circle attached to the brake pedal that comes in contact with a switch. It causes the brake lights to come on. When you take your foot off the brake it turns the switch off and the brake light goes off. Over time this rubber or plastic circle gets worn and it is still in contact with the switch so it remains on. When this first happened to me I was able to adjust the switch so that the pad came completely away from the switch when I took my foot off the brake. The second time it happened I had to replace the pad on the pedal. I actually made my own because it looked like it was part of the pedal. I also had to replace the switch another time. The switch cost under $20.00 from a parts store.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
You shouldn't have to remove the dash to replace a clock, the dash basically does not come out. It would take you 2 days to do it. The clock itself should pop out of its spot and be serviceable.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
See Figure 8
Fig. 8: Location of the water pump mounting bolts (A) and stud (B)-2.0L SOHC engine
WARNING Do not use any abrasive grinding discs to remove gasket material. Use a plastic manual gasket scraper to remove the gasket residue. Be careful not to scratch or gouge the aluminum sealing surfaces when cleaning them.
See Figure 9
Fig. 9: Remove the water pump mounting retainers-2.0L DOHC engine
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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