These fit onto the connector C pins on the audio unit. I removed the C block that was in the back of the radio it had a whole heap of wires in it but when i took out the quadlock the radio only had pins for the aux 5,6,11 and 12 was there for a mic connection. I turned the ignition on and pressed the brake in order to move the shifter out of the way so there was room to move the bezel. Want to learn more about Ford Motor Company? Dynamat can also help absorb some vibes if you listen to some bass heavy music. If the white C Connector is present on the back of the unit I will trace through with a multi-meter to see if there is continuity and report back on my findings. Its up to you on how much you value your music and audio.
However, the barrel for the 3. Focus sedans have a 14. Or could someone explain the best way to fit in the glove box. The headlamps have clear lenses, and the grille displays a diamond pattern. Also where is the best place to fit the aux input? If there is more than one plug, make sure you write down or label each spark plug wire before you take it off.
I'm not overly worried as I have found the Aux-In C-connector pin-out detail and may just solder a connector from Maplins onto the cable end and mount this on a switch blank in the centre console. Just fitted mine today - the port was free on mine, but I think your best course of action would be to undo the quadlok and swap the ports over. Note, these are inflated, rounded up. The hardest bit will probably be getting the head unit out and routing the cable into your glove box. This is not a place for sales ads, or dealership spam. On the highway, it drives smooth at high speeds.
If you just want an aux in then the cable below fits straight into the cd changer connector at the back to provide an aux in, no soldering required. When I search for adaptor wiring I only find Sony, Kenwood, Alpine etc. I got it from the radio connector. See the attached photos found on Google Images. This means the audio can be produced at a much higher quality. Yes, I have had a 2005 Ford Focus as my first car, and it still runs good.
Thanks, Paul Just came across this thread and its exactly what I am looking to so with my 2003 Zetec. It has quite a few colors to choose from via menu, and it powers the stock speakers much better than the factory head unit. That will do the job no bother. Round fog lamps are installed, and the fascia has a wide, low air intake. Thanks for your help again. The other end is either 3. I want to make sure that I buy the right size wire tap.
I came home today and decided to… There are 2 fuse boxes one behind the glove box and one under the bonnext a little black box on the righthand side of the engine as you are facng it Fuse 47 a 15amp fuse is for the cigarette lighter. Works like a hose, and my daughter is ecstatic! In states with strict emissions requirements, a 130-hp version is installed. The reason Im saying this is that I ran into this same problem. Thanks for the pointers Geoff. It accelerates eagerly from a standstill and is quite spirited for passing and merging. The headlamps have clear lenses, and the grille displays a diamond pattern. Any help would be appriciated Thanks Hatty Click to expand.
A few minutes of patience and whatnot and you'll be fine. Hope this helps and what could be easier Click to expand. Focus hatchbacks are highly maneuverable and fun to drive. I have purchased the above ford part number 1426121 and release keys after reading the above post. Only thing I wish it had was to scan radio. Auxillary Input Adaptor This auxiliary input adapter enables a seamless connection of external audio source to your factory fitted radio.
What signals should be on which pins? I work for Visteon Audio Product Development. Regular Focus models use a 2. Other adaptors are available of course, some that fit the iPod socket itself. Pry near the clips, not in the middle of the bezel. I haven't done anything funky with it except customize the equalizer. Need to know how to convert the cd changer interface to aux in, anyone? This means I am out of luck? However, the barrel for the 3. The connector on the back of the radio is also easy to remove.