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Old 04-30-2005, 08:01   #1 (permalink)
keenan
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Re: Focus ignition locks.

This is very upseting to see all of these individual people with the same
problem especially when i then think about how the limitations some may
have to post on this particular website, because that brings into
perspective a possibility for there to be thousands of other people just
like us who have had our ford focuses stupid ****ing ignition lock on us.
I have had it happen to me 2 times so far and am seriously thiking about
just getting a push button ignition put into it because then it would
reduce the wear and tear on the inside of the ignition because all that i
would have to do is put the key into the key cylinder and push the button.
but luckily i got a new ignition this time and i am going to have it fixed
tonight by my dads friend who works at a ford dealership, he is going to
do the operation in front of my house that is how simplistic it is to fix,
pathetic it is isnt it.so far i have invested well over 400$ on this
problem and have had to get my battery cable replaced and my fuel delivery
module replaced. focuses suck but there so fun when you make um fast.

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