Its on bottom rear right of the car...you will need to take the fuse out and start the car and let the fuel pressure clear the lines...then jack up the car look in bottom right side of your car on the rear side...
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with the number of request to fix the installation problems caused by DIY fitters I strongly suggest that you seek the assistance of professional radio fitters . IT will be cheaper and less stressful in the long run.
please ask a direct question to emmisionwiz as hes a ford dealer fitter and would know straight away ,iam a ancient europeon fitter whos never seen this vehicle so offhand i dont know ,but give me 5 mins with hammer in hand head under the bonnet and i would find the problem thats for sure
Sorry iam a thick brit having problems with your spelling which as we all know we cannot spell in the UK or pronounce aluminium or tomatoes so the man to ask is emmisionwiz as hes a ford dealer fitter with enough years under his belt to know exactly what you need to know ,so try a direct question ,but for this year with a seperate regulator why not try a alternator off a later model with a built in regulator ,as for the starter motor then a wire from the contact switch on the back of the key switch that has power when the key is turned to the start position and this wire goes to the small terminal on the starter motor .I do not the facility of a fancy pen thing attached to my computer that i can draw a quick pic for you .
Absolutely no idea to be honest of the different specs for this car if in america then post a direct question to emmisionwiz as hes a ford dealer fitter and may have a good idea or he wil ask one of the salesman .
depends on the mechanic,weither they are fleet fitters or dealer ,the dealers will change everything regardless because of the profit on the parts .A fleet fitter will only change whats necessary because if he changes everything then the boss will soon sack him for wasting the firms money.
obviously their is a fault on the gear selector wiring but where ,because the stop light switch is used to control the gear selector.suggest dealers because some dealer fitter with product experiance will know exactly where fault lies