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I have ordered a new crankshaft position sensor for my 2004 Ford Focus, but want to double-check where it is located. Can you help?
I can't find location of coolant sensor on my 2001 Ford Ka. I've replaced all the coolant system apart from this, can you help?
I own a 2013 Ford Fiesta with automatic headlights. For most of the time, I drive the car with the auto setting switched on, but have noticed that the lights are always on, even in bright sunny weather....
My Rover 75 broke down recently. I had the alternator replaced and it ran for a few days, but cut out and would not restart. I was told the fault was a fuel starved sensor, which I replaced. The car then...
My 2006 Ford Fiesta 1.25 petrol has developed a coolant leak. When it initially happened the warning sign came up on the display and the temperature gauge was in the red. I stopped the car immediately...
Recently, when driving on a motorway after 20 minutes or so, the temp gauge of my 2005 Mondeo 2.0-litre petrol automatic moved into the red. However, if I coasted downhill, the gauge came off red. The...
When accelerating to overtake, the engine of my Jaguar X-Type 2.0 diesel cuts out without warning. The power steering dies and the engine stalls, forcing me onto the hard shoulder to restart the car. The...
In 1996 I bought a Nissan Micra, which, after four years, developed a problem where the engine kept cutting out at stop signs. My mechanic couldn't fix it, and so I sold it, and bought another Nissan Micra...
I own a 1998 Ford Focus, but have noticed the cooling fan coming on when the engine has barely warmed up. Can you tell me if there's a problem?
My 1999 Ford Focus has started behaving erratically. A few weeks ago the revs started to jump to 1400rpm when the engine was warmed up, while other times it’ll drop to 750rpm and cause the engine to labour....
 

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