open tailgate, remove 2 Phillips screws, look inside, at the back of the light at midway position you will see a black plastic moulded type nut, unscrew by hand and pull light unit out, remove cable by pressing side of connector, pull back 6 clips [gently] on back of unit and remove light cluster from unit, replace bulb, and replace in reverse order.
The later Fiestas have a cheaper fitting for the rear light clusters - two Torx-head screws on the tailgate side, and two plastic lugs on the outside. Remove the two Torx screws, then grip the light cluster firmly and give a straight tug to pull out the plastic lugs. Use T25 Torx bit - nearly all the small screws on Fords are T25.
If you have replaced the brake light bulbs lately check that you used the correct bulb. Some rear bulbs should be the 2 filament type and if a 1 filament bulb is used the lighting circuit shorts causing odd behavior.
A Ford Fiesta 1.4 tdci comes in many models. You can find this type of car in a 2 door, 4 door, hatchback, or mini van.
Yes TDCi is a diesel engine
Yes, the timing belt tensioner is hydraulic on the Fiesta 1.4 TDCi. Its construction ensures strength, chemical and thermal resistance for longer life.
I have a 1.4 tdci 2004 fiesta, and the recommended time is 80,000 miles but would be best to check it at around 75k aswell :D Happy Motoring
160,00 or 10 years i believe 160,000 or 10 yrs
you get it replaced...
120,000 miles or 10 years on a 2003 Model 1.4 TDCi
£35 per year
push tab in to remove
On the right of the air filter as you look under the bonnet.
The starter motor on a Ford fiesta 1.4 tdci is located on the side of the engine. Look directly where the engine is bolted to the bell housing which contains the clutch. It can be easily visible if you are under the car itself.
Depends on the year or type of diesel engine. The older engines had a cannister filter whilst the latest Tdci has a replaceable paper element.
really common fault is blown injector seals, are you getting any unwanted noises from the engine? any change in perfomance?
easy job ,,,take the wheel off then undo and take off the calliper, then the disc comes off.......
Your cooling fans are not coming on, or the clutch fan is bad.
It contains no R12 Freon. Freon has not been used for years.
hai my car is ford fiesta zetec 2003 5door ,in my cay o2 sensor have fault .can you tell me how many o2 sensor are there and were is location
Ford recommends changing it at 150000 miles or 10 years. However, this is wait too much. It is usually recommended by users and mechanics to change it at 75000 miles. A broken belt means a new engine.
Every 100,000 miles or 96 months on the 1.6L & 1.6Ti Every 125,000 miles or 120 months on the 1.6 TDCI, 1.8 TDCI, & 2.0 TDCI
TDI is turbo direct injection. TDCI is turbo direct Common rail injection. TDI was older generation engines which are discontinued due their non-compliance with emission regulations. The new TDCI is more powerful and response is crisp. Could really out perform a similar size petrol engine.
it ain't got one
you dont If you've had a fuel pipe off and diesel has flowed back down the pipe away from the fuel filter, pump the rubber bulb at the side of the air filter until you can hear fuel squelching in it. The engine should start at that point.
Suggested at 60,000
Hi, this engine has a timing chain not a belt.