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    Mk3.5 white ST-3 Diesel

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  1. Yes sorry i was meant to say cant Ok will get you a price on them parts Tezza
  2. I would say 95% sure on as mk2.5 focus you will have the harness already in the car :D You need to remove the glove box and feel around in the main loom for the plug taped up its usually in the middle of the loom above the glove box area. You cant get aftermarket parts for production installed extras :( Happy hunting
  3. its true what they say "you get whay you pay for" they look pants :lol:
  4. MSD Do a kit for the MK2.5 you can get them from fords :D 1717416 @ £306.85
  5. Cant believe nobody has said photo shop as the rs will only be a 3dr :D But if that's how its going to look i will put my order in now :lol: :lol:
  6. Air conditioning, which was once a great luxury, is now a common feature on most motor vehicles. While the servicing of modern car air conditioning systems is best left to professionals, you can get the most enjoyment from your ac system if you know a bit about how it works and what malfunctions you should be on the lookout for. 1. Odd smells coming from the air conditioning may be caused by bacterial buildups As your car becomes older, or when the air conditioning system is used infrequently, bacteria, micro-organisms, mold and fungi may start growing, just behind the dash panel on the evaporator causing some very unpleasant odors. Some even claim this can result in headaches and flu like symptom sometimes referred to as “sick car syndrome.â€
  7. There will be once you have paired your phone to the module :D And thanks will defo enjoy my hols :D
  8. So once you got everything connected you try to search on your mobile for new blue tooth devices and it does not find the ford audio :( all i can think of its the land rover module that's not compatible with your ford head unit :( Anyway hope you get it sorted soon :D any way gotta dash as im packing my suitcase as jetting off the the sun tomorrow for 15 days 8) Tezza
  9. When you say you have fitted the loom, do you mean the one from blue tooth module to the head unit ??
  10. http://www.ffoc.co.uk/modules.php?name= ... t=download
  11. Sorry thats just the jumper for the standard led lamp :( that will plug into the main a pillar wiring loom Need to find me the number off the loom that runs up the passenger a pillar should be something like BV6T 14335-AGC
  12. If you could get me the number off the tag that's on the wiring loom to that connector please Tezza
  13. The overhead console is held in by clips no screws :D if you open the glasses holder you will see the clips towards the back of the console I doubt if you will have the wiring in place but its worth a look The bit you have circled is were the switch would go 1723303 @ £90.08 (less sunroof & passenger air bag deactivation switch) Here are the finis numbers for the multi leds Foot well LH 1750626 @ £20.16 RH 1750625 @ £28.43 Front doors (in handles) RH 1743691 @ £28.00 LH 1743693 @ £28.00 In door pockets RH 1743687 @ £29.46 LH 1743689 @ £29.46 In center console 1743690 @ £28.00 They do list a jumper loom for inside the front doors RH 1706088 @ £14.00 LH 1706087 @ £14.16 Also listed is the loom for the overhead console @ £63.48 but i would need to know if you have sunroof blue tooth etc Tezza
  14. The green markings are torx screws that need removing and the red are covers that have torx screws underneath. Just pull the covers free but not to hard as they break easily away from the dash
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