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 Post subject: Slight prob with bf6t
Posted: Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:38 pm 
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Hey all I'd like to know if anyone had a problem like I did it's a bf sII when it's under pressure it seems to turn the stereo off on it's own then switch back on or if I give it a bit and stability control get activated the lights on the dash come on and the speedo stops working when I turned the car off then start it up again it's fine I was told that a cell in the battery is gone but somehow I don't think it would cause this much hassle oh also when I try to start it it seems like it's dead but then it will fire up I have lost a fair bit of power also but doesn't the battery on then just to start then the alternator takes over or is it different from the e series



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 Post subject: Re: Slight prob with bf6t
Posted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 11:25 am 
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Ride: V8 LTD DC

Location: Cranbourne
VIC, Australia

I have issue with speedo (as you described) on one of BA XT at work. Ford said its problem with computer, they know about it but they cannot provide any solution at this stage. This car failed to start from time to time as well.



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