Question about Ford Fiesta
You will need to take a trip to the ford garage to get it as they imput radio details into computer data base to retrieve code
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your radio code number should read: 5796.
I trust this will do the job.
I have no other code for your model.
Please let me know if this works.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Have your valve clearance checked for that noise. As well as the diesel smell, fuel lines must be checked for
leaks. If your car is emitting heavy smoke, and it seems to loose power going uphill, your engine must
be due for overhauling. However, if your problem is just
knocking and diesel smell, valve clearance adjustment
and fuel line check up will correct the problem.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
The fault code appears to be telling you the 02 Sensor nearest the exhaust manifold. You have two on yours. You very safest bet is to verify with your local dealer. The New Car Dealer will give you the code meaning over the phone if you give them your VIN number and the CODE.
Be sure to check on recalls as well. This can save you thousands of dollars on some cars.
Remember if you install the new 02 Sensor to be sure to use a thread compound to save trouble for whom ever has to replace it again.
ALSO - have a stone cold engine to do this. You will want to invest in a pair of gloves for removing the old unit as busted knuckles is legend when doing these types of repairs.
Once the new part is installed; remove the negative battery cable for 3-5 minutes then replace and let the car run for 20 minutes driving time and it will 'reset' your on board computer.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
You are describing the Lock 10 message. Ford charge a fortune to resolve this - up to £200.
However you can fix it yourself with a bit of help. Contact these guys at this link.
They charge £3.50 to decode the radio itself but be sure to use the contact form to let them know the radio is also locked up as this requires an additional procedure to get the radio to accept the code.
They will supply the instructions you need to get it running again. Have used them several times.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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