You need to look on under side of spoiler, and match studs. (two way threaded bolts) to the wholes. after that mark where the stud wholes need to go through the trunk then drill wholes a 16th bigger than the studs. After drilling wholes through the trunk get sillicone sealer around wholes. Install spoiler and install bolts on the underside of your trunk.
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place masking tape on the area of the bootlid where the pillars/risers of the(i assume you mean)spoiler are going to be screwed,ensuring you have access to the underside where the bolts are to be fitted.You may have to juggle the fitment to get the optimum balance of accessibility(for the bolts)& cosmetics(how it looks)-leave the trailing edge overhanging the boot just until you think it looks good and the access thru the inner bootlid frame is sound(you can drill access holes thru the frame if you need to & seal/bung those holes when ur done.
right now place the spoiler & draw around the base risers onto masking tape-remove spoiler,measure carefully the bolt holes & transfer measurements onto the bootlid-lightly centre pop those marks(only after you've triple-checked your marks) & drill the holes-i start with a 2mm & work up to the final bore-allow a bit bigger than the bolts,so 8mm bolts drill at 8.5 or even 9mm;you can drill thru the frame too if u need to but just make sure you don't foul the boot aperture rubber or the guard channel gutter. Now if your measurings good you should be able to fit ur spoiler using a good sealer between bootlid/spoiler & a waterproof washer on the bolthead side-hope this is helpful,i've fitted many in my time-just take ur time & think as u go-you'll be sweet
The small clips break on these Ford Ka roller glove boxes and the are only available from ford .
The old one can be taken out with a pliers.
The new part will simply slot into the small rectangulay hole and just clicks into place to fit.
Sometimes the get dislodged and stay attached to the small locking point on the lid.
Fuel filter is located under the rear of the passenger side. Under the car sill towards the rear tire you will see the petrol tank. The fuel filter is fastened to the side in line with fuel pipe coming from the tank. Easy to replace, but make sure fit the right way round using the flow arrows.
What you need to do is raise the spoiler via the switch to the full extent and place pieces of wood between the spoiler and body, then using a 'C' spanner to fit round the top of the rams and locate into the small hole (i found the multi purpose spanner that comes with pushbikes has just the right fitting) turn each ram 1/4 turn, but be careful because when it releases from the spoiler the ram will retract into its housing with great force taking the spanner with it and damaging the body. good luck!
You'll need to open the trunk and remove the trim along the top of the trunk. The trim will be secured by some screws that should be along the perimeter of the trim. Once the screws are out, gently pop the trim off (there will be retaining clips that you don't want to break) and then you can access the bolts securing the spoiler onto the trunk. If you plan to not use a spoiler, you will need to find something to plug up the holes to prevent water and dust from getting into the trunk.
Junkyards are the replacement parts haven, you can find almost any recent make/model in one, just ask around the scrappers and they should be able to help you
OR, you can just go to a Ford dealer parts desk and order one, it may be expensive, or just search ebay, they have almost anything.