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  1. Hello from Charleston- Noob 2019 Transit Connect owner as of Tuesday (1/7/20). I love it and cant wait to start personalizing it and doing some road trips with my kids. Quick question on roof rails. It did not come with them and I see plugs. Where is the best place to buy the rails that run down the sides? I may have some Thule square crossbars available that will work once installed. What is the installation effort? Thank in advance!
  2. I'm trying to check if I've blown a fuse in my 2019 Transit Connect. However, the fuse boxes look like nothing I've ever seen before. This is what my owner's manual says the engine fuse box will look like. I found the the cover with the fuse icon and removed it But when I look inside, I get this black box with only 2 giant plugs sticking out of it. What exactly am I looking at? Is this a new generation of fuse boxes? Is it safe to take out these plugs? How can I check if I've blown a fuse? I get the same thing with the passenger compartment fuse box. This is the view from underneath the glove box: It's a Black box with 3 big plugs coming out of it. Is this just another layer I need to remove before accessing the traditional fuses we're all accustomed to?
  3. JonnyBoy

    Need help in Arizona - 2014+ Wagon

    Howdy, folks! Can anyone living in Tucson/Phoenix, Arizona (or nearby) that owns a 2nd generation Connect Wagon (trim doesn't matter) please help me? I need to hand measure Front Driver's seat, which includes removing/re-installing for a project I'm working on. I have the Ford Workshop Manual section on seat removal with proper torque specs and I also have all correct tools, including torque wrench. I have cash to give you for your time. This will be a 2-part process; first time we meet, preferably asap, I'll need less than 1hr. Second time (late Nov), I'll need 1-2hrs. Please respond here, or PM me. Thanks for your help!
  4. 2019 Transit by the Bay

    Hi from the SF Bay Area!

    Hi from the SF Bay Area! New here!
  5. Anyone have any idea if the 2019s will allow for the possibility of someday upgrading to wireless android auto? push button starting? Thanks!