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Elite IV

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About Elite IV

  • Birthday 16/07/1998

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    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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    PC Gaming & Barra 182 Motor

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  1. Valve springs, oil pump, head studs and injectors. I'm still learning myself but these are the things that you will probably want to change to aftermarket if you want a bigger turbo / more power.
  2. Yes, that's great to know. So the RWC guy must not be aware of that with this model car... lol I don't have a FOB or remote control for the door, the guy I bought the car from only gave me the key itself. The RWC guy failed me on the doors because when you unlock the driver door with the key it doesn't unlock all the other doors.. Thanks Keith.
  3. Hey everyone, I'm new here! New to cars in general, Loving this community and really glad to be apart of it. 😄
  4. Hello everyone, I'm new here and to the car scene in general. Bought my first car, it's a second hand Ford Falcon BA XT MkII 2004 So I got a roadworthy guy to come out and inspect the vehicle and one of the things he failed me on was the central locking... I mean, personal opinion I think he's taking the piss. Like the tires being too worn and seat belt retractor not engaging properly is very understandable but a central locking problem? That I don't even know is a problem because I thought that's how the door operates... Like, I wanted to argue with the guy but I thought best not to at the time. What about older cars he inspects? Some older cars don't have central locking. I found this on a different forums having to do with the same subject "If it's a feature of the car, it must be working..". Anyways, Let me get to the point of this thread. I want to know, If you unlock the driver door with the key itself on a Ford Falcon BA XT MKII 2004, does it unlock the driver side door only or is it meant to unlock all the doors? Other people say it's a door actuator problem but all doors lock and unlock correctly with the center console button. Anyway guys, Let me know. Cheers.
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