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Doyou wonder what is actually done while your car is in for servicing at Ford?
Perhaps you want to service your own car but have no idea what needs to be done?
If so,then have a vist to this site:

http://www.etis.ford.com/fordservice/serviceScheduleForm.do

With a simple drop down menu, you can select the right model and mileage of the car and it will, in turn, produce a printable sheet for you to read and follow if you are servicing you car.

I have made this a "sticky" thread so that you can always find it incase you don't bookmark the site.

Oh and the best it, it's FREE
 

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Looks like £50 should be tops for oil and filters ( 30 for oil !!! )according to info everything else is mostly routene check unless iv missed read it ( 2 yr old 1.6 petrol ) .
 

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I got all my service bits from Euro Car Parts delivered as the oil was very good value and to the right spec...
http://eurocarparts.co.uk/ecp/p/Car-Parts

Note that you have to spend over £50 (as of 3rd August 2009) to get free delivery but that will be easy if you buy 10l oil and the the basic service parts.
 

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Cheers what a great handy site to work too!

Just a quick one i picked u on-is the odour filter the pollen filter that is under the glove box?
 

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Adge said:
Cheers what a great handy site to work too!

Just a quick one i picked u on-is the odour filter the pollen filter that is under the glove box?
I think it is!
 

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Yep,it`s the pollen filter,the one that`s a bugger to change,ie diconnect & drop down fuse box under glove box.
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Top link and if anyone needs anyother tech info let me know via p.m. I have access to Autodata at work
 
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