Ford Kuga Owners Club Forums banner

61 - 64 of 64 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,240 Posts
Years ago I worked on a petrol-chemical plant in South Africa, if you were found with a shifter in your toolbox it was instant dismissal.
Their resining was a slip on a partly rounded nut or bolt could cause a spark, this is not good in a petrol fumed atmosphere.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
494 Posts
Like you say Ozekuga.
We had to use special (Gunmetal) scaffold spanner's when working in BP installation as and shifting spanners were banned.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
55 Posts
Discussion Starter #63
i mind a foreman in the bp telling me he was inspected dome fitters doing a job and generaly asked one of the new guys where he learnt his fitting he said quick fit true he had put on his application fitter , sub contract , fired escorted of site , see this type of thing where i worked ,kidon fitters
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
55 Posts
Discussion Starter #64
anyway getting back to my dead battery syndrone , yes new battery fitted and got the all clear from ford but i left the car from wed to tuesday just to be perfectly clear , went out pressed the button and it started unlike the previous times, great to get back into the seat and drive again , so just maybe 2019 model batterys had a cell problem ,
 
61 - 64 of 64 Posts
Top