Tutorials

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Learning the Basics of EcoSport

EcoSport’s Alarm System
Information Display
Anti-Theft Side Mirror Cover
Child Lock and Door Lock
How to Fold the Rear Seats
Ambient Temperature Sensor
Cooled Glove Box
Removing EcoSport’s Headrest
EcoSport’s Rev Limiter
Adjusting the Steering Wheel Column
Steering Wheel Lock
EcoSport’s Transponder
Removing the Luggage Cover (Tonneau Cover)

Roadside Emergencies

Opening and Closing EcoSport’s Hood
How to Remove the Spare Tire Cover
Spare Tire Key
Changing a Flat Tire
Tire Pressure Gauge (Pen-Type)
Portable Air Compressor
Vulcanizing Punctured Tire

Repair and Maintenance

Removing EcoSport’s Rear Door Panel
Adding Water to the Orange Coolant
Replacing EcoSport’s Cabin Filter
Removing Paint Scratches
How to Clean the Engine Bay
Adjusting Headlights
Replacing 12V Port’s Fuse
Removing EcoSport’s Front Grill
Removing the Handbrake Panel
Removing Bumper Scratches
Removing EcoSport’s Antenna
Replacing Cabin Light’s Light Bulb
Cleaning Non-Leather Seats
Replacing Headlight Bulb
Replacing Side Mirror’s Hazard Light Bulb
Replacing Vanity Light’s Light Bulb
Paintless Dent Removal (PDR)
Cleaning EcoSport’s Rear Door (Boot Door) Lock
Removing Cement Using Vinegar
Removing the Shift Knob (MT)
Replacing Front Hazard Light Bulbs
Removing EcoSport’s Side Mirror
Replacing the Wiper Blades
Underwash
Removing Steering Wheel Trim
Refilling the Windshield Washer Fluid (Wiper Wash)
Fix Paint Scratches with Nail Polish
Cleaning EcoSport’s Windshield Drain
Rear Door Seal Water Leak
Engine Wash done by a Ford Dealership
Replacing the Shifter Cover

Installing Gadgets and Accessories

Installing a Two-Way Radio (Basic)
Installing a Two-Way Radio (Advanced) 
Motorized Antenna Mount
Installing a Dash Camera (Part 1: Fuse Tap)
Installing LED Headlights
Installing a Voltmeter
Installing Auxiliary Headlights
12V Lantern Display
Installing a Head Up Display (HUD)
Installing Extra 12V Port
EcoSport’s Fuse Box
Stock Antenna Modification (Amateur Radio)
Dash Camera with Night-Vision Mode

Driving an EcoSport

Preparing for a Long Drive
Proper Tire Pressure
Sync’s Hand’s-Free Call and Text
Removing Fog on Windshield
EcoSport’s Defogger
Anti-Glare Rear-View Mirror
Computing Fuel Efficiency Using Full Tank Method
Wheel Spin with an EcoSport Trend MT
LTO’s Practical Driving Exam

Hidden Features

Activating Remote’s Third Button
Hidden Dashboard Menu
Auto Power Off 12V Port
Repairing EcoSport’s Rear Door Actuator

You may also view the tutorial videos on my channel EcoSport DIY Series.

ECOSPORT DIY SERIES
Isa na namang kaalaman sa ating minamahal na EcoSport
© Anthony Urbano (Manila, Philippines)

 

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24 thoughts on “Tutorials

  1. Hi! I accidentally landed in your Youtube channel and I immediately subscribe there. You help me a lot by watching your Youtube videos regarding Ecosport and also reading your blog post. Kudos to you Mr. Anthony! 😊

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  2. Good am sir.
    A third party car alarm was installed to my ecosport yesterday.
    I’ve noticed something, I locked it thru the remote of the new alarm. Then after 1 minute, I unlocked it again. When I opened the door, the factory car alarm sound off. I quickly pressed the unlocked key of my old remote. Then it stopped. Is this normal? It happened most of the time. The only solutions I did was either to press the unlocked from my old remote or start the engine. Is there a way to deactivate the sound of the factory car alarm?

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    • I was told that such behavior is normal. Apparently (according to a Ford technician) they have no way of by-passing the factory alarm (which is good news). I guess you’ll have to improvise for now :)

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  3. Hi Sir,
    I want to subscribe. I tried to tap on that email add space to get password pero ayaw? Pano kaya. Please help.

    Ecosport owner ako.

    Thank you
    Roy

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    • I believe you are referring to the place where you attach a tow eye or tow hook (supplied tool along with the jack and wrench), so you could pull another car (or be pulled by another car). There is another slot on the front bumper. Both are connected directly to the main frame of the vehicle. I’ll be featuring that soon.

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