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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a module behine the carpet where ya right foot goes. the top plug is the alarm system. just use ya key to lock and unlock the car
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
SOURCE: need to change the c.v
Hi, loosen the ball joint nut but do not take it off all the way, leave it on so it covers the top half of the thread, now get yourself a decent ball head hammer and wack it below the ball joint nut where the ball joint sits, do not be shy, WACK it, after half a dozen wacks it should pop out, you may need to stick a long bar to put some pressure on the ball joint release side, usually downwards, this does not need to be a lot of pressure. I am sure you will get one of our experts saying to use a fork, splitter or some sort of separator, which is what mechanics use, these devices often damage the ball joint boot and your average guy does not have specialist tools, which is what it is, let me know if i can help any more.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
SOURCE: horn wont work..on ford puma
first run a wire direct to the horn to see if works ,UK cars are renown for corrosion and water in everything and the bottom falling out ,not forgetting over zealous jumped vehicle inspectors who make their own rules for the MOT
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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