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#143349 - 24th Nov 2006 12:57am The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D
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Registered: 30th Jul 2006
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Loc: Telford
I bought this van last week for £250 and it was filthy... so i spent 3days proper gutting the exterior and interior to get it nice and clean smile














tradegy struck (for me anyway) yesterday evening when after having some welding work done and covering a hole left by the previous owners power cables for his sound system... i rehooked up the battery and now my imobiliser has kicked in and i can't start it at all .... i don't know what to do so i'm stuck with a tidy motor that doesnt work for the time being.... i may just use this time to rip it's heart out and put a new engine in smile


mods so far on it are...

rs2000 headlights and front bumper
laguna front splitter
pink roofbars
14" pepperpots
tinted rear windows

upcoming mods :
new engine (not decided yet)
full blow over respray (few dings and chipped paint atm)
rear doors retinted
roll cage
interior bits painted
15" white steelie wheels with a pink lip
rs2000 bonnet


Edited by Webby (24th Nov 2006 10:11am)
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#143355 - 24th Nov 2006 11:15am Re: The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D [Re: The Haywood]
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250 quid!! thats incredible. Looks clean aswell,including the engine. Gutted that its immobilised itself,are u not wanting to remove the immobiliser (is it aftermarket or ford immob) if u do change the engine and need a hand then me and dazza can give u tips if u ask,both of us have changed escort engines (mk6 ones)
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#143358 - 24th Nov 2006 12:26pm Re: The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D [Re: scoop]
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Registered: 30th Jul 2006
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Loc: Telford
thanks alot dude smile

it's a piranha alarm and been professionally fitted and wired into my original wiring loom...

i've temporarily fixed it till i try and sort me key fob.... but i have to stalll the engine to get it to cut out now.
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#143360 - 24th Nov 2006 12:35pm Re: The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D [Re: The Haywood]
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wont that leave the ignition live all the time? if turning the key from II to O doesnt stop the engine that means the circuits are still closed (on) so it'll drain ur battery and maybe worse

BTW i know nothing of diesels so dont even know what things are live when the key is at II
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#143370 - 24th Nov 2006 2:43pm Re: The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D [Re: scoop]
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Registered: 30th Jul 2006
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Loc: Telford
nah all it is is that the bung that cuts off the fuel to the engine has been taken out and so it doesnt cut out straight away upon removing the key, all the lights and stuff switch off, just the engine can keep running.
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#143409 - 26th Nov 2006 9:00am Re: The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D [Re: The Haywood]
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Registered: 11th May 2004
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Loc: Happy Home
Looked well this the othernight.

Have a soft spot for the esxort van always wanted one.

Haywood think i cage would look alittle strange though matey havnt seen a caged van before???

If you can before you get it sprayed buy the single rear door makes a massive difference to the car.

You going cvh turbo or staying with the old tractor puller engine???
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#143424 - 26th Nov 2006 6:31pm Re: The Haywood : MK5 Escort Bonus D [Re: spinking]
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Registered: 30th Jul 2006
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Loc: Telford
thinking about 2.1 pinto turbo with the mk2 running gear...

or focus st170 engine....


decisions decisions

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