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Hello ford guys! I bought a used focus st 2.0 TDCI 136kw 10/2017 and I have 2 questions. Question 1: Is it normal if, after the engine is switched off and the interior goes out, I hear strange noises from the instrument panel, which will probably stop within 5 minutes? Sounds like something is still shutting down or a stuck CD. There is no CD. Question 2. On the right side of the engine, as soon as the ST engine cover ends, there is one part that I don't know exactly what it is and when the engine is started, it hums softly. I don't know if this is normal or if there are any mistakes in the car. The car has 52,000 km +/- and is from Germany. Thanks for the early advice. Bye
 

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There are servo motors that control air distribution flaps inside the car and these reset when the car is shut down so that is likely to be your internal noise :)
 

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These are not my photos but I mean the part marked with a red arrow (Question 2)
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Hello, I noticed something else today. That weird sound like servos in my cocpit pannel,when i turn off the engine, with that sound the fuel tachometer and temperature water tachometer moves. Not all but maybe 1-2 cm up and down. Do you know it? Its normal or its something wrong. Thanks for your time and answer.
 

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That doesn't sound so normal.
You can reset the electronics by disconnecting the battery for a while.
Check for any fault codes before you do this or they will be lost.
 
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