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cynar

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  1. Perhaps https://www.carshades.co.uk/shades-ford-transit-connect-2013-p-5806.html is available somewhere near your quarters? Have a look at the (German language) forum thread https://tourneo-forum.de/forum/thread/423-sonnenschutz-spezifisch-grand-tourneo-connect-meinungen-optionen/ for a discussion of those. Additionally, http://www.solarplexius.com/ exists with custom cuts, but I have no idea whether that's available in your area / available to you. Myself, I look at the windshield shades from http://www.weathertech.com/ford/2017/transit-connect/techshade/ and https://www.armstrongdistributors.com/products/ford-transit-connect-14-16-intro-tech-premium-custom-auto-sunshade-windshield-fd-903p and wonder why those are not easily (inexpensively) available in my area. Globalization, huh?
  2. Google has some background on "SSM 46321": All these sites only offer that tidbit; the rest may be behind a paywall. Google will find these "BEC module" probably refers to "Battery Energy Control Module (BECM)". "Dark mode" as a term floats around when it comes to turning off this fanciness via the Ford diagnostics software. "TSB 12651D4" - unclear "test 9002 WF" - unclear I'd very happy a solution, too.
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