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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if there are a small part of the backseat (ca 10 cm high located at the bottom of the back) that can be picked out, you have isofix points.
if your backseats are in one pice, theres not
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
You need to clean your Mass Airflow Sensor and your Throttle Body for starts. A bad MAF can cause a car to not start but turn over. The MAF may be getting fouled or wet by something causing a bad reading. Use CRC MAF cleaner and be careful the MAF is pricey to replace. If its never been cleaned and the Throttle body hasnt been cleaned its time. For a throttle body use CRC as well. Fords have a coating inside throttle body that can be damaged. NEVER USE CARB CLEANER. The two cans should be no more than 12 total. To get to the MAF follow the black intake hose from the air filter. Midway through you will see a plastic tubing with a plug sensor in it. This is your MAF.. Carefully remove the clamps holding the hoses to it, spray it liberally with MAF cleaner. Keep the nozzle of the spray at least 1 to 2 inches away (There are some very fine fine fine wires in tehre that you can break if touched) spray it from both sides (off the car) and let it dry thoroughly. While it dries keep following the hose to the intake manifold. YOu will see a circular orifice that has a butterfly valve (circle that twist like shutters open adn close) Place a rag under it to catch runoff and then spray it liberally. Work the body open and close with your finger.. pressing on the circle butterfly valve... spray inside in short bursts... keep spraying and it will loosen the carbon deposits. Reattach all ducts.. replace the MAF sensor.. (NOTE it should indicate fow direction but I always put a dot on it showing which side faces engine and which one faces air filter.. it cant be put in backwards or it wont work and car wont crank. ) The engine will try and start or turnover several times and should catch after a few tries. If it doesnt you need to look at fuel delivery as next possibility
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
It may be. Some models use cable system. Check first the hood if you have a reservoir. This could also mean that you need to replace the clutch disc.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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