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I have a Ford Transit Connect 2006 plate. The display dash flickers, no speedo reading, no fuel gauge reading, no rev counter reading and no temp gauge reading. The internal light flickers and relays behind the glove compartment clicks. Everything runs as normal when this happens. Does anyone know what the problem might be?
Had the same problem, dash flickers, no gauges work. I took it to Ford, new speedo fitted and programmed into van memory costing £900. Ford recognised this fault on the Focus and will repair them cheap, but sorry not on the Connect. - Peter Fotheringham from Fife and Kinross Shires
Submitted: 25/02/2014 08:56:07 | ID: 26018
My Ford Transit takes a while to start and is smoky when first started but seems okay after 5 minutes. I also seem to lose power at 3000 revs in every gear. I`ve changed the air and fuel filters. Does anybody know what`s wrong?
Not an answer, but mine has same problem, taking a while to start and white smoke, but fine once it’s warm with no loss of power. If there is a loss of power it must be minimal because haven’t noticed, so let me know if you get answer. - Kay from England
Submitted: 18/02/2014 10:37:27 | ID: 25852
I have an 06 Ford Transit lwb and sometimes the accelerator slowly rises to 1200 rpm on its own and stays there, running on high revs in neutral. It corrects itself once I’ve turned the engine off and on again. What is the matter with it and what do I need to do to fix it? Please help!
Go to your Ford dealer and get them to put it on the computer. Sometimes the throttle pedal can be at fault. - Bob from Northern Ireland
Submitted: 18/02/2014 10:22:38 | ID: 25850
My Ford Focus’ brake lights are staying on. I have checked the switch and it is not that. They stay on when I am not using the brake pedal. What is causing this problem please?
On the brake pedal you have two switches for your brake lights, either one of both of them are bad or the pedal is bended and it doesn’t activate the switch when you push it. Anyway, those are the only possible problems for you question. Take the switches off and try to push them with your hand, if you see your lights working you got your answer if not then check the voltage on the harnesses and finally just replace the switches. - Max-777Motors from United States of America
Submitted: 17/02/2014 10:24:24 | ID: 25819
My Ford Transit van has developed a jerking motion when accelerating and cruising which seems almost like a fuel starvation or misfire. It started after I had refuelled and then I used a solution of Redex fuel cleaner which resolved it. Since I have added more fuel and used Redex again the problem has started again. The engine does not seem to lack power but just causes the van to jerk. Is this a fuel injector problem or is it something more sinister? The engine has no problems starting and idling. I would be grateful for any assistance/suggestions? Thank you. (T260)
Hello. This is not an answer but I have the same problem in mine since yesterday after refuelling, there is loss of power and white smoke, please can you let me know when you find the answer. - Daniel Garwe from England
Remove and clean EGR valve or replace. - Martin Jones from Essex
Submitted: 14/02/2014 11:16:39 | ID: 25773
My heaters in my Ford Ka have been blowing out hot air for months now and, having taken it to 2 garages who told me I was imagining it, I thought nothing of it. Then I googled the problem and found out it`s a common fault with the Ford Ka and that the heating will be on full lock on hot and will apparently only cost £36 to fix which is fine. However this overheating has caused another problem in the car - all the electrics (apart from windows and lights) have gone, so no back window heater etc and the A/C says it`s on all of the time, (obviously it`s using lots of petrol and water), but the hot air is still blowing out. Any idea how to get this fixed or roughly how much it will be? I don`t want to get the mickey taken out of me again, since I knew there was a problem ages ago and this other problem wouldn`t have happened if they believed me then! Thanks.
I have exactly the same problem happen to my KA ’06. I am now having to pay £65 to get my dash board lights fixed even though my mechanic told me they fixed my heating problem, which cost me £65 then as well. Now I know there is a link and the same garage is fixing my electronics; I think I’m going to point it out when I go down there next. Sorry I couldn’t help you with your problem, I just thought to let you know you’re not the only one. - Beth from Caerphilly
Submitted: 14/02/2014 09:42:30 | ID: 25748
My Ford Fiesta is letting in water from the boot and now there is water on the back seat and driver’s floor. Can anyone offer any suggestions please?
When the door closes it pushed a tiny switch inside, it could be on the sides of the door’s metal frames sometimes when it can’t be pressed enough it will still display the door light or warning sound. Try opening and banging every door including the boot. Or if you can trace where the actual door lock fits it on the metal frame, try to look for any standout tiny babyfinger like switches. Try pressing them in and release on each door. I am not sure with your model of Ford Fiesta because mine is a 2002 model. - Mwayi Mchuchu from Malawi
Submitted: 11/02/2014 09:57:58 | ID: 25674
Hi there, I have just bought a Ford Transit Connect t200 75 ps tdci 1.8. The van is a one owner full service vehicle and I`ve had it about a week now. On my way home from work warning lights came up on the dashboard saying esp malfunction and hill start not working, then about 20 minutes later all of the warning lights went off. Could this be a bad sensor? I`ve rung the dealer informing him of the problem but I would like to try and get some information on this. Can anybody help please?
Did you find a solution as I have the same problem? Cheers. - Ashley Mount from England
Submitted: 06/02/2014 14:27:22 | ID: 25557
My Ford Ka’s alarm has been going off periodically. I have changed batteries in the key fobs and it is not the keys. Yesterday it went off as soon as I opened the door and put the key in the ignition. I have been locking the door manually (from the door itself). However, when I pressed the button to unlock the boot (from the dashboard) the alarm immediately shut up. Also, and I don’t know if this was a strange coincidence, my passenger`s Samsung smart phone immediately ceased to function when the alarm went off! Does anybody know what is causing these problems please? (Sport SE)
I’d say a loose connection on the courtesy light switch on the driver’s door. - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 06/02/2014 12:58:42 | ID: 25553
I have a Ford Transit 85 t260 swb. After I fully locked the van the speedo pod light for the mileage fuel consumption stays on for at least 10 or 20 minutes longer than I can wait. Any ideas people?
It’s meant to mate, I’m a mechanic and own the same van. - Karl Parfitt from Berkshire
Submitted: 06/02/2014 11:50:17 | ID: 25546
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I have a 53 plate Ford Fiesta 1.4 zetec and on Friday night the yellow engine symbol light in the rev counter side of the dash has started to stay on. Does this just mean it is due a service or something more sinister? I don`t have a Ford owners` manual to check to see what that symbol means when staying illuminated and can`t seem to find it in my Haynes manual. Can anybody enlighten me on this please?
You need an Eobd diagnostic to find out what the fault is. - Scott Madmax from England
Submitted: 04/02/2014 16:11:52 | ID: 25537
Hi, when I am driving my Ford Ka sometimes it judders really badly and the engine management light comes on. The mileage on the car is only 25,000 so hardly anything for the year of the car. I’ve been told to change the plugs leads and lead cap. Please can you suggest anything before I spend any money? Many thanks.
Lambda sensor. - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 04/02/2014 10:56:41 | ID: 25489
While driving my Ford Ranger the check engine light came on but it was operating normally. After about 5 minutes the check engine light went off. I parked for about 25 minutes and then tried starting it but it refused to start so I left it until the next day. It started easily the next day and the check engine light was still off. I allowed it to idle for about 3 minutes and switched off, tried starting it again about 4 hours later and it refused to start. My Ford dealership is lost and cannot identify the problem. Any assistance or ideas welcome, does anyone know what`s wrong? Thank you.
I think on the back off fuel pump on (common rail) there is a fuel regulater valve change that I have had the same problem on three Rangers. Ford say it needs a fuel pump, but I replaced the valve on all and they are running fine. The dealers will not sell them seperate from the pump because they say if that needs replacing so does the pump. It’s about £80 here. - Dave from Essex
Submitted: 04/02/2014 08:35:43 | ID: 25478
How can I check the transmission oil for my 2003 Ford Fusion 2 because it shows a shift sign on the dashboard? Thanks.
Hi, Look in the engine area. There are two dipsticks. From memory the one closest to the radiator is the engine oil and the one further away (I think it’s yellow ) is the transmission oil. If you want to top it up you have to from the same place the dipstick goes, so get a funnel! I’m not a mecahnic, but this is what my local garage did. I hope this helps. - Sid H from London
Submitted: 03/02/2014 14:55:48 | ID: 25453
Hi. I have a 2008 Ford Transit van which will not start up on the key. It will turn over sometimes but sometimes the dash lights will flash on and off. The van will start with a tow but after started and ticking over for about 10 minutes it just turns off. Has this happened to anyone?
Same fault on an 07 with 175000 miles on it. Cured problem by changing timing chain and guides. - Fiveways Garage from Lancashire
Submitted: 03/02/2014 14:24:09 | ID: 25445
My 2006 Ford Focus 2.0 TDCI has developed a problem with the engine management light and brake light on the dash being on permanently and the outside temperature gauge isn’t working. The internal light is staying on all of the time unless I turn it off manually and the alarm won’t set. I had this trouble about 12 months ago but it cleared itself. Are all these problems due to cluster problems? Thanks.
I had the same problem on mine and it was the fuse box under the glove box. It had been knocked and disconnected. I just pushed the connectors back in and it solved the problem - Dan Haycock from England
Submitted: 31/01/2014 09:52:26 | ID: 25362
Hello. Please can anyone tell me how to change the bulb on the temperature dial and fan speed dial of my Ford Ka? Both are on the left above the gear stick. All others are okay so I presume this is the problem.
Yeah. There will be a couple of screws on the panel around it, one may be once you remove the ashtray. Unscrew the panel (you may have to pull the three knobs off fan/temp) and the bulbs will be there. Literallly pennies to replace. Make sure the lights are off when replacing and check they work before re screwing the panel on. - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 30/01/2014 12:11:40 | ID: 25339
The front o/s spring on my Ford Fiesta has broken. Is it normal policy to replace BOTH springs like one would with brake pads or just replace the broken one? (Style)
You should always replace both springs at the same time, it can upset the handling and ride height if only one is replaced. Also, if one has snapped the other may follow soon. - Nathan from England
Submitted: 30/01/2014 10:39:09 | ID: 25314
My handbrake light is on all the time. Any tips? Thank you.
When you start the engine each time do you get 3 loud beeps? - John Wood from Essex
No it starts as normal no beeps! It goes off but comes back on when am driving. .???? Neil Mellor from England
I’ve had the same problem twice over the last 5 years and had my brakes checked twice and it had nothing to do with the actual breaks. It use to happen intermittently especially when I was on a hill or going round corner. There is a sensor/cap on the brake fluid reservoir the first time this was worn down, I manage to get one from a local garage that repairs Fords and it only cost £5. The second time it happened I just topped up the brake fluid and this fixed it. Give it a go as will cost very little either way and may fix it. - Karen Hodson from England
Submitted: 28/01/2014 22:23:31 | ID: 25304
I have a 1996 Ford Galaxy and my stop lights do not work. I have been trying to locate the braking system switch. Can someone help me?
Last year I lost brake lights, all lights front and back and wipers. I called the AA out to rescue me or get me going again, but they could not find the problem at the side of the road and towed me off to my local garage. My problem turned out to be the ignition switch had started to arc and burn and melt the key barrell, so I would get this checked out incase you have the start of the same problem. Let me know if this info was helpful. Thanks. - John Wood from Essex
Remove the cover underneath the steering column. Just above the break pedal there is a large black switch, unclick and remove, replacements are about £10 ish. Once replaced you should be ok. I had this with my 2000 Galaxy, I replaced the switch and it was fine. - Gavin Penny from Wiltshire
Submitted: 28/01/2014 14:31:26 | ID: 25274
I own a 2002 Ford Focus zx3 2.0 Zetec engine. It needed the timing belt idler and tensioner replaced so I took it to a local mechanic. He calls me two days later, says I need a new engine because a compression / leak test has determined between cylinder one and two are blown via headgasket. I then have the car towed to Ford where they haven’t started inspecting this as of yet. What concerns me is Ford originally found the problem of the timing belt and said nothing about the headgasket at that time, but did inform me of no damage to valves and/or springs. Did the local mechanic purposely sabotage my engine? I have reason to believe this via my mother`s Caddy which was taken to the same guy years ago for a temperature sensor and two days later this same guy gives her the same story of headgasket blown between cylinders 1 and 2! I need help as I’m losing sleep trying to figure out what to do, it being my only means of transportation. PS the timing belt wasn’t on the car when I looked. I asked him about it and he said the belt had two teeth/grooves gone. Ford now have my vehicle, I should’ve never taken it to anyone other then Ford. Can anybody help me out?
Finding the right man for the job is an issue, why would you take your car to a place that you have doubts in? Weird choice, but anyway, you can have Ford perform a compression test on the vehicle that will actually inform you on your engine status. If initially your timing belt did have two broken teeth then 90% of the time you have a bent valve or more of them, the question is why did the car go to the shop? What were the initial symptoms? And yes, your mechanic can certainly bend the valves, but I doubt he will intentionally somehow burn the head gasket, on Z-Tec it’s not easy to do that. And if you do need just a gasket then why replace the engine? Replace the gasket. - Max-777Motors from United States of America
Submitted: 28/01/2014 14:27:36 | ID: 25272
I am getting a constant whining noise from the engine of my Ford Transit Connect in all gears at high or low speed. The noise continues when stopped with the engine running and out of gear. What could this be?
Hey buddy. I had the same problem on my 07 Connect, it’s the bearing on your alternator I would think. The alternator is under the driver’s wheel. Remove wheel, slip off belt and spin the alternator and you will hear the bearing. - Liam Carmody from Ireland
Submitted: 28/01/2014 12:49:25 | ID: 25266
My Ford Focus mileage and radio light are staying on when all is powered off. Why?
Do not worry! It is designed to stay on for a period after switching off. If you check it half an hour later it should have switched off. - Stuart Davey from Lothians
Submitted: 28/01/2014 12:45:00 | ID: 25265
Does anyone know how to change the fuse for the radio on my Ford Focus C-MAX? I`ve been told the fuse is behind the radio by someone and have also been told it’s in the main fuse box under the glove compartment. I can’t get the front cover off the radio to have a look?
The fuse for the radio is on the main fuse board which is under the glove box - Brian McNally from Scotland
Submitted: 28/01/2014 12:09:02 | ID: 25258
I am buying a Ford Transit Connect which looks good but the heater inside does not work. It has no power at all. Does anybody know what could be wrong and how to fix it? Thanks.
I had the same problem, but mine only worked on number 4. It’s the resister, I changed mine and it works spot on. You can get them off eBay for about £7, if you look in the passenger footwell in the back and remove the carpet you will see a cable and the resister is held in place by one screw. Just undo the screw and it pops out, put new one in and the cable on and job done, takes 5 mins. - Darren Lawrence from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 28/01/2014 12:01:41 | ID: 25256
I have owned a Ford Kuga 2008 for a month. On a cold morning when I go to start it the i symbol comes on the dash followed by engine malfunction. With a series of locking and unlocking the car I can get this to disappear and start the car. Then it will start properly for the rest of the day. Has anyone else experienced this? (2.0 diesel tdci)
I’ve had the same thing this morning only to be told that there is nothing wrong with the car by my local Ford dealer. Did you get any answers? - Michael Ely from Norfolk
We have this approx every 3 mths, it’s a design fault. Ford have told my husband how to clear it, something to do with the clutch pedal and it takes seconds. Email again if you want to know how! - Fay Hayward from England
Submitted: 28/01/2014 10:47:06 | ID: 25236
My hubby guessed what compartment the brake fluid went in on my Ford Ka and put it in the coolant compartment. Is it likely to cause any problems?
I suggest you get it into a garage and have the radiator hose removed to drain the coolant system and then have it refilled inclusive of antifreeze. - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 27/01/2014 11:51:49 | ID: 25207
Hi, I have a problem with my Ford Ka. Whenever there’s heavy rain or I wash the car the passenger footwell becomes sodden. I have had it looked at twice and was told on the first occasion that the drain hole was blocked. My Ka still leaked so I went back to the same mechanic who did a water test etc. he then thought it was the door seal and did the necessary work. A week later, after a night of heavy rain, the footwell was sodden again. The mechanic and myself are at a loss with this. The car is parked at night on my drive which is on a slope, could this be affecting the leak? Does anyone have any ideas? This is seriously driving me nuts and any help will be greatly appreciated!
Park it on a slope the other way (i.e. reverse on if you normally drive it on forwards) and see if it still happens. - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Open the bonnet and remove the plastic trim, which goes between the base of the screen and the rear of the bonnet. Get some silicone sealant and seal where there is a visual leak - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Hi Rebecca, just had this exact same problem on my 09 ka! By trade I’m an auto electrician on HGV’s, so water leaks really aren’t my area. Stripped the interior to find what I knew to be an entry point. As far as finding how it was getting in, no luck! I managed to get a post warranty claim from Ford UK. It turns out this is a well known issue on all early new shape KA’s. The water gets in through a bad patch in the seam sealant, on the rear crash membrane. The rear bumper needs to be removed, along with the interior, which isn’t actually difficult to do at all. The bumper, I’d leave to someone else! The seam sealant will need to be removed and new, re-applied! All in all I paid £280 and have received a free service and MoT as a part of goodwill. Definitely worth investigating, before paying their original request of £890! Hope this helps you out! Any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact me! - Jack Hadfield from England
Submitted: 24/01/2014 09:29:38 | ID: 25168
I have a Ford Ka 51 reg. It has the engine warning light on the dashboard plus the handbrake light comes on intermittently. I took it to a garage and they said one of my cylinders in the engine is broken and needs fixing, they quoted £1000+ to do this. They said I can drive it on 3 cylinders but I was wondering is the price correct and how long will the Ka last on 3 cylinders? (luxory)
A grand? For a Ka engine? Is he for real? Two options here. Either seek an engineer to do a bottom end rebuild or find an independent mechanic who will fit the engine from a written Ka that is scrapped. I’d think a Ford breakers would do you a second hand engine for under £300 and it’s only a days work for a decent mechanic to swap it. - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 23/01/2014 16:31:00 | ID: 25165
I have a recurring problem with my Ford Focus. I’ve had it for a few years and every now and again the following happens: when I pull away from being stopped, I accelerate through first, second and then suddenly the car starts decelerating and the engine stalls. I’ve learned that I can keep the wheels rolling, restart the engine and it’ll function fine after that for a period of hours / days / weeks before happening again eventually. It almost feels as if the engine is suddenly starved of air or petrol and freaks out - kind of like when you stick your hand over the end of a vacuum cleaner? This problem can happen when the engine is warm OR cool. and I’m not exactly putting the pedal to the metal either.. My local garage have shrugged their shoulders about this a few times. I was told that it might have been a blocked fuel filter and that to prevent this I should regularly ensure that I run the engine at high rpm to ’blow out the cobwebs’, but I do this every day! The car is a diesel btw and I would really appreciate anyone taking the time to offer their advice as I’m a bit stuck right now. Any ideas please? Thanks guys. (Econetic)
Try a new battery. - Richard from Cumberland
Submitted: 23/01/2014 14:10:14 | ID: 25154
When I started my 2003 Ford Ka it was a bit juddery. Then when I pulled off the engine management light was on and flashing and there was no power, I couldn`t get past 10 -15 mph. Any idea what it is?
Lambda sensor on the cat? - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
This answer is a bit late but it will benefit others. The engine management warning can be activated by a spark plug problem resulting in cylinders not firing. Check the plug gaps or replace the plugs. An excessive plug gap is enough to cause this problem - Bern Meister from England
Submitted: 23/01/2014 10:40:08 | ID: 25129
When I start up in the morning (only) my 81 Ford Fiesta 970CC does not keep its idle speed until it starts warming up. I have to press the accelerator to keep the engine running. This does not happen again during the day. Why is it doing this please?
Are you using a manual choke or is the car fitted with an automatic choke? Older fords suffer from sticking auto chokes, could be the reason it won’t hold idle? Find an independent ford garage and see if they can sort it! On more modern Fords depressing the clutch on initial start activates the auto choke. Normally the choke would only be needed on intital start in the morning and again if left at work all day, other times it shouldn’t need a choke once the engine is warm! If it’s fitted with a manual choke check it’s been adjusted so it’s doing something at the carb, if there’s no resistance on the choke interior handle it could also be a snapped choke cable! - N B from England
Submitted: 23/01/2014 09:30:27 | ID: 25119
My Ford Transits clocks will not shut down at night and drain the battery in the morning. When running the abs light and another light stays on. I tried reprogramming, but that will not work. Does anyone know what I can do?
Had the same problem with my Connect. It was the alternator that was draining the battery. - Danny Sharkey from Ireland
Submitted: 21/01/2014 11:13:39 | ID: 25068
Can anyone tell me how to change the dashboard heater switch bulb on a 2010 Ford Ka please?
See my reply to Tracey above ^^^ - Dangerous Dave from Nottinghamshire
Submitted: 20/01/2014 10:52:29 | ID: 25029
Hi, I have a Ford Galaxy 05 plate. The abs and handbrake lights are on. The sensor is working, oil and pad are okay. I went to three workshops but they don`t know what`s wrong and can`t delete the lights on the screen. Can anybody tell me what`s wrong please? Thanks.
Hi there, I had the very same problem two months ago. My mechanic, who’s a mate with mates rates, eliminated all the usual and the computer fault codes faults first. He then got blue prints from VW for the elecrical wires that operate the brakes and ABS. The problem you have is to do with the fuse box in the engine bay that runs straight off from the battery. When you open the fuse box there are three small fuses, two 30amp and one 3amp. There is a plug that plugs into the right of the fuse box that operate the voltage to the ABS and brake system. Get your garage to check the voltage there as I had 12 volts coming into the fuse box but only about 7 going out into the plug. Replace this box and keep the old one for spares or ask garage to repair this fuse box as my mechanic has done. This should then fix the handbrake light and the ABS light on the dashboard, which is an MoT failure. If you still have problems with the handbrake light my mechanic said that my cable somewhere on the underneath of car was rubbing into one of the tubes to protect it and was starting to wear the cable. Hope the fuse box all gets sorted out for you. Happy motoring. - John Wood from Essex
Submitted: 17/01/2014 14:45:52 | ID: 24992
Hi, please help me. I had an accident with my Ford Ka and since then all of the airbags are out, the sump oil was damaged and the inlet manifold. I managed to replace the sump oil and the inlet manfold. My problem now is my car`s high pressure pump is not respornding at all. What might be when l filled with some petrol in the inlet it started with a high idle. Please help me. Thank you.
Hello, Your Ka will have a fuel inertia switch designed to shut the fuel off in a collision. This switch, which is like a square button normally with a red rubber cover is behind the drivers side kick panel on the floor well trim. (Near the accelerator pedal) Check here. If you can’t see it check the other side, once located simply press the button firmly and you will hear a click and your car should start. - Martin (Master technician 20+ years)
Submitted: 17/01/2014 10:58:53 | ID: 24972
My Ford Transit has had another engine fitted. How do you transfer the mileage to the dashboard?
You don’t normally. The car/van has done the mileage and not just the engine. Normally a note is made in the vehicles service book that engine was replaced at x miles. The only people that can do it is mileage correction companies although not strictly a legal practice and will raise questions if sold and mileage on van and mot dont tally. - Martin (Master technician 20+ years)
Submitted: 17/01/2014 10:18:25 | ID: 24965
The revs on my 2002 Ford Mondeo 2.0 seem a little off, the rev counter was jumping around a little under 1000 revs while stationary. Over 1000 revs it seems okay, although before this it felt a little juddery when I speed up but I thought maybe I just had a little bit of a "lead foot" as it is a fairly recent purchase. Today I went out in the car and now I have an engine management light come on. I have had an error code reading yet just wondering if anyone has any ideas of what the problem could be?
It’s probably your coil pack - a new one is about £30 and less than 10 mins to fit - Richard G from Vale of Glamorgan
Submitted: 17/01/2014 09:23:42 | ID: 24950
I have a 53 plate Ford Focus 1.8 petrol hatchback zetec. When I start it from cold I hear a click and then the engine fan comes on for some unknown reason and the engine is cold. Why would it do this please?
If you have the air con switched on, the compressor will click and fans will cut in, hot or cold. - Martin (Master technician 20+ years) from Durham
Submitted: 16/01/2014 16:31:27 | ID: 24942
I have a 1998 Ford Galaxy tdi 1.9 and the airbag light is on all of the time. Also I cannot find the main fuse for the radio. Does anyone know how to solve these problems? Cheers.
It’s a common fault with Galaxys. We have had our Galaxy since new (it is now 14 years old). The airbag light has come on which is now an MOT failure. It’s probably the clock spring which is mounted ’behind’ the steering wheel - Richard G from Vale of Glamorgan
Submitted: 16/01/2014 15:47:04 | ID: 24936