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Lenny
Just purchased a set of Heated Mist Type Water Jets found on the New 2011 Focus.
From Paynes Of Hinckley

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To Purchase the Heated Version £2.93 each exc. P&P Part Number: 1708797 Click Here Top Seller 100%

To Purchase the NON Heated Version Part Number: 1708796 Click Here to Contact Seller
Or Contact your Local Ford Dealership to Purchase.


Please Note: If you are unsure that you Ford has or has not got heated jets, purchase the heated version and when fitting the jets, if your system is not heated just tape the electrical plug to the water hose, the system will work just the same.

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So time to get fitting smile.gif

Lift the bonnet on your ford, and ensue the ignition is off, and keys out of the car,
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Begin to unclip the eleven clips that hold the bonnet insulation pad in place simply squeeze the two sides in towards each other and gently pull outwards then store them neatly together. Preferably cut a plastic bottle in half or an empty Pringles tin to store them all in, until required for re-fitting, this type of temporary storage is good practice for working on your car, as if one is lost this type of part can be a nightmare to replace,
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Once all clips are removed gently flap the pad down towards the engine and gently pull out away from the car in a straight line,

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GOT A SHOCK TO SEE BAD FORD PRINTED UNDER THERE blink.gif IS mine a Reject ohmy.gif




Store this Insulation part preferably in a vertical position, indoors away from wind, and any risk of it being stood on during the change over process,
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Once this is out of the way, unplug the water hose from the bottom of the current jets, by giving a gentle tug, the pipe should pop off and a small amount of water is expected,

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Then to remove the electrical connector use a flat screwdriver to lift the clip and slide the connector out from the socket,

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Finally as seen in the picture below, press the clip on the jet in towards the pipe and push upward to the top surface of the bonnet, the jet should pop out of place, gently remove and replace with the new type,

Continued on Next Post Below.....
Lenny
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[size=4][i][b][size=3]Place the New Jet (Pictured on the left in the pictur above) in through the hole

[img]http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss192/lennymanwoods/Image0927.jpg[/img] Then connect up to the Water pipe and loom

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[font=Calibri][size=4][i][b]follow the same process again for the opposite side of the Bonnet,

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[i][b]Next and Final Step is Replacing the Cover [/b][/i][/size][/font]

[font=Calibri][size=4][b][i]Take two clips in your hand and lift the cover also with both hands,
align the cover to the bonnet of the car ensuring the 4 curved pieces at the bottom are all in their metal pockets at the bottom of the bonnet

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then with one hand holding the insulation tight to the bonnet, use the free hand to insert the two clips in to the holes at the nose of the bonnet.

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this will better support the cover while the remaining nine clips are re-inserted back in to place,

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close the bonnet and test the new Jets.

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Lenny
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[font="Calibri"][size="4"][b][i]Job done B)
[b][i]
Also as these jet use a mist rather than a stream of water on your windscreen, the mist type will be more efficient than the standard type jets, making your water bottle contents last longer, and with better windscreen coverage for cleaning.[/i][/b][/i][/b][/size][/font]
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[font="'Arial Black"][size="4"][color="#ff0000"][b]Please see Video Below Compiledby JohnH[/b][/color][/size][/font]
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[font="Calibri"][size="4"][i][media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvnSRf6mULc&feature=player_embedded#![/media]
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[b][size="3"][color="#008000"][font="Calibri"]The Model used for the purpose of this Guide is a 2010 Mk2.5 Ford Focus Style Manufactured July 2010, other Ford model styles may vary in the fitment of the bonnet insulation, however the fitting process after the insulation has been removed will be the same across the range. [/font]

[font="Calibri"]Hope this helps and feel free to add more information on your experience in fitting to your Ford Model e.g. Fiesta, Mondeo etc. To better help others.[/font]

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Thanks For Looking!
Please Check my List of Guides Listed Below For More Information. B)[/size] [/b]
irononreverse
You've fitted yours to a Focus? I've fitted the heated versions to my mk7 fiesta but the Fiesta doesn't have the wiring for heated jets. Any idea if it's possible to add this?
Danny87
Excellent guide! I may fit the mist type jets to my MK5 Fiesta as they look like they work sooo much better :D
Lenny
[quote name='irononreverse' timestamp='1317128080' post='145982']
You've fitted yours to a Focus? I've fitted the heated versions to my mk7 fiesta but the Fiesta doesn't have the wiring for heated jets. Any idea if it's possible to add this?
[/quote]


[size="2"][i]Yeah [/i][/size][size="2"][i]The Mist types are only standard on the Mk3 Focus

not the Mk2 or Mk2.5 Unfortunitly[/i][/size]

[size="2"][i]I'm sure the loom piece is available mate and should be the same kit across the board (ford Range) as the Heated Jets are the same across the range,
you would need to get the Gem synchronised to operate the heaters when the screen de-mister it activated, your local Ford Stealer should be able to do this at a cost of £50 just to hook the car to the Laptop!

I also have the heated element fitted in the windscreen so can't say I've seen much advantage to the heated jets themselves,

there is also a universal kit available on the market that heats the water from your washer bottle as it passes through it,
the water in your bottle stays at ambient temperature, but the box heats it up as it flows,
hooks directly to the battery and a switch can be fitted to switch off in summer months if you wish to.

[url="http://www.windshieldwiperheaters.com/"][size="3"]Click Here [/size][/url]their tried and tested mate, on the market nearly four years since i read about this brand of heater,

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[size="2"][i]Heats the fluid to 65oC in 30 Seconds as it flows through it's filter[/i] [b][i]''Probably the best performance Mod available for the fiesta''[/i][/b]
[/size][size="2"][i]:P .....Sorry had to type that mate :D

[/i][i]''my car can heat water from O-65 oC in 30 Seconds, Cup Of Tea Anyone?"[/i][/size]

[b][i]On a serious note though I reckon this may be an easier option than buying looms from ford, [/i][/b]

[i][b]It's guaranteed to fit your car and with the same if not better results.[/b][/i][i]
[/i][i][b]And if you ever decide to sell the car, this can be easily removed and placed in the new car.[/b][/i][i]

[/i][b][i]Thanks for the comments, hope this helps.[/i][/b]
Lenny
[quote name='Danny87' timestamp='1317130411' post='145989']
Excellent guide! I may fit the mist type jets to my MK5 Fiesta as they look like they work sooo much better :D
[/quote]

Thanks,
Their Brilliant, nice even coverage over the windscreen and makes suds of the fluid which grabs the dirt allot better than previously with fluid,
Tank of water will also last you allot longer too.

Iíve just fitted a boot light from your model and year in the opposite side of the stock one in mine today,

Ill post the guide later. B)


Danny87
Lenny, I've had a look on eBay and can find them for £20 or so but there's no mentioning of them fitting the MK5 Fiesta like mine. It says they're for MK6 onwards. I can't see there being that much difference, what do you reckon?

If not I wonder if they're available in a more universal fitment, as they can't be that different between cars.
Lenny
[quote name='Danny87' timestamp='1317141296' post='146004']
Lenny, I've had a look on eBay and can find them for £20 or so but there's no mentioning of them fitting the MK5 Fiesta like mine. It says they're for MK6 onwards. I can't see there being that much difference, what do you reckon?

If not I wonder if they're available in a more universal fitment, as they can't be that different between cars.
[/quote]

I will measure and take some up close pictures of the original ones later, they are identical to the mist ones except for the nozzle,
ill PM you the pictures and measurements then you can compare size to your own jets in the fiesta,

also click the link i have in the post at the top of the thread there on e-bay and alot cheaper than the bandits trying to sell them for £20 :ph34r:
or [url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/220849176475?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%3A80%2Fsch%2Fi.html%3F_nkw%3D220849176475%26_sacat%3D0%26_dmpt%3DUK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM%26_odkw%3Dford%2Bjets%26_osacat%3D0%26_trksid%3Dp3286.c0.m270.l1313%26_fvi%3D1&_rdc=1"]Click Here [/url]there ya go mate.
Danny87
Thanks mate, that's fantastic! Yeah I just realised you put a link to them, much better than £20+. If they're a straight swap then it will be a no brainer at this price, dead cheap :)

Cheers :D
johnH
nice mod...im off to dealers tomoz after my bus driving assessment...cant wait and dont want to pay postage :lol: shame i dont have my blackberry as i would have took a before and after video to add to your guide lenny.
Ash88lfc
Haa. Just purchased a couple ;) these are great.
Lenny
[quote name='johnH' timestamp='1317162488' post='146071']
nice mod...im off to dealers tomoz after my bus driving assessment...cant wait and dont want to pay postage :lol: shame i dont have my blackberry as i would have took a before and after video to add to your guide lenny.
[/quote]

[font="Calibri"][size="3"]Id appreciate that mate if you can get id done would be great for others[/size][/font]

johnH
rang the dealer today and they claim no dealer carries this part in stock and they have to order it in...no worries though he is getting them tomorrow and holding it untill friday for me...

saves me a few pennies on postage...hopefully ill have my blackberry back then and make the video as above...
Preee
Hi Lenny

Nice guide m8 , and well done , i would imagine they are perfect in damp motorway conditions and should alos prolong the life of the wiper blades :)
Lenny
[size="2"][i][b]Further Update on this item,[/b]

for people who may want to fit these mist type jets in another car, that may not be a ford model.

I've measured a space @ 22mm long and @ 10mm wide on cardboard,
The cardboard is to symbolize a bonnet in the car with the hole already in place,
As you will see in the pictures the jet has a hook type clip that compresses on insertion to the hole and expands again once on the underside for a snug fit,The jets also have a rubber washer style base that curls to a lip around the rim of the jet unit to prevent water from accessing the engine compartment.

[/i][b][u]All of the measurements in the pictures begin at 10cm why?[/u][/b]

[i]1. This is to obtain a more accurate measurement And also to prevent the image being distorted by the flash beaming off the hook on the measuring tape,

So when reading the measurements in the pictures 10cm is the 0mm figure (starting Point of the measurement)

[/i][/size][size="2"][i][b][u]The minimum slot these jets will fit in to is 22mm long and 10mm wide[/u][/b]
This is the minimum size the jet will fit in to as if the length @ 22mm is any shorter the hook type clip cannot compress any smaller than 22mm in length
As for the width the item does not compress from the static width @ 10mm at all on the sides and the actual width of the item is 10mm

[/i][/size][size="2"][i][b][u]The maximum slot these jets will fit in to is 26mm long and 15mm wide[/u][/b]
This is the maximum length the unit can slot in to as if the slot is any longer than 26mm in length the Hook type clip is at its full length @ 26mm and cannot grip any further than out than 26mm
This is the maximum width @15mm as if the slot is any wider,
there will be a gap between the seal on the jet and the panel of the boot, leaving space for water to enter the engine compartment and also visually it looks bad, to have a gap between the jet and the bonnet,

But I sincerely doubt that there is any water jet slot in any bonnet wider than 15mm
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johnH
right i got a little update from dealer, apparently every dealership has trouble getting hold of them but mine are in tomorrow for collection.
the ebay parts place is charging more for them, mind you its only 80+ pence then theres postage. they are sold in dealer for £2 dead.

i have also got my phone back so i can take a decent video of my old jets and show the new jets as comparison. will let you know more tomorrow
Lenny
[quote name='johnH' timestamp='1317676598' post='146958']
right i got a little update from dealer, apparently every dealership has trouble getting hold of them but mine are in tomorrow for collection.
the ebay parts place is charging more for them, mind you its only 80+ pence then theres postage. they are sold in dealer for £2 dead.

i have also got my phone back so i can take a decent video of my old jets and show the new jets as comparison. will let you know more tomorrow
[/quote]

Thanks for the update John,
due to the high volume of orders on this part,
the e-bay sellers are experiencing delays in supply also
so were all in the one boat mate,
keep us updated. B)
johnH
Right i got a little present for you lenny.... i got my jets today and did the video. but i also added to the video the guide which you did on page 1, you are mentioned on credits :lol: have a ganders

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvnSRf6mULc
Lenny
Excellent Video mate,Thank you very much,

this is a great Compliment to me andalso a great help to others even non members of the forum.

I wouldn't know where to start If I was to try and replicatethat video

I don't even have a YouTube account [img]http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif[/img]

But now in famous, video looks excellent and displays how the Mist jets perform,

It's very hard to capture that in a picture as the wipers usuallycatch the mist before the picture is taken.

Thanks very much. [img]http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif[/img]

I've also added the video link to the Guide on page 1
encase some people don't scroll this far down the topic mate.




johnH
no worries mate, only took me about 30 mins to do, once i had all the pics, videos, text and music tracks :lol: litrally took me 5 mins to fit the jets as your guide gave me a heads up.

ive also posted this on another forum i am on

glad you liked it.
Barry_
John these fit ok with no leaks on the mark 2???

Sorry for asking, just at work and all pictures posted and the the video are blocked so can see them :(

Sounds like a great little mod - and wow under £3 for the heated one is cheap as chips...

(lucky i found this - don't normally venture out of the Focus section LOL)
Danny87
Well, that's mine fitted :)

They work perfectly on my MK5 Fiesta, if anyone would like pictures if they're thinking of putting them on an older Fiesta then I'm happy to show what their performance is like. They are more accurate than the standard jets, and also they never need adjusting!

Was a straight clip in fit, had to release the clips for my screenwash tubes to gain some slack as the connecters are shorter than the ones I removed.

Thanks again Lenny, you're a star mate,

Dan
johnH
barry - yeah they fit perfectly and no leaks. havnt had a chance to test them on the road since i have been driving buses all week! :lol:
Barry_
Cheers John - Be interested in your opinion on how they compare once you tried them.

and thanks for the heads up and guide Lenny.

Going to pick me some of these up soon. Cheers fellas
johnH
i personally think they are better then the originals, more of a spread on fluid. makes it more sudsy as well and cleans better.

cant complain since they only cost £2 each! :lol:
Lenny
[quote name='johnH' timestamp='1317844209' post='147206']
i personally think they are better then the originals, more of a spread on fluid. makes it more sudsy as well and cleans better.

cant complain since they only cost £2 each! :lol:
[/quote]

Tank of fluid will last you longer too,
since you don't need to use as much to clean the dirt.

Barry_
Cool - ordering these tomorrow B)
johnH
good point lenny.

and cool, keep us posted barry
Barry_
Will do fellas - easy job to do, just glad i saw this (should be in the focus thread as well ;) )

Going to order them now, if works firewall allows me!!!


POST EDIT - Ordered B)
stef123
I wonder if these are the same jets fitted to my mondeo. i have heated front jets but i cant remember what the spray is like :lol: I know the fluid lasts for aaaaaaaaaaaages though, i tried to empty it one night to see if the light on the dash worked but i got bored after about 5 mins of spraying and no sign of it :lol:

looking at ford parts uk, it looks like this is what i have fitted.. http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/ford_mondeo_windscreen_washer_jet_heated_2078.htm

given the difference in price im presuming they are different.
Lenny
[quote name='Barry_' timestamp='1317893080' post='147248']
Will do fellas - easy job to do, just glad i saw this (should be in the focus thread as well ;) )

[/quote]

Im doing my best to spread the word mate,
see the list of guides at the bottom of all my posts,
just click on each guide to open it,B)
Lenny
[quote name='stef123' timestamp='1317901343' post='147266']
I wonder if these are the same jets fitted to my mondeo. i have heated front jets but i cant remember what the spray is like :lol: I know the fluid lasts for aaaaaaaaaaaages though, i tried to empty it one night to see if the light on the dash worked but i got bored after about 5 mins of spraying and no sign of it :lol:

looking at ford parts uk, it looks like this is what i have fitted.. [url="http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/ford_mondeo_windscreen_washer_jet_heated_2078.htm"]http://www.fordparts...heated_2078.htm[/url]

given the difference in price im presuming they are different.
[/quote]

The ones you have listed their mate are different jets,
they are the ones i have also removed from my focus,

the jets you require are the heated type listed on page 1 of this guide, with a link to a Genuine Ford Dealer,
their half the price of your listing and a direct replacement mate,

Follow this guide will take less than 5minutes to do.B)

stef123
[quote name='Lenny' timestamp='1317907516' post='147278']
The ones you have listed their mate are different jets,
they are the ones i have also removed from my focus,

the jets you require are the heated type listed on page 1 of this guide, with a link to a Genuine Ford Dealer,
their half the price of your listing and a direct replacement mate,

Follow this guide will take less than 5minutes to do.B)
[/quote]

ahh so they are the same fitment. i might order them from the ebay link then.

cheers Lenny.
Lenny
[quote name='stef123' timestamp='1317907745' post='147284']
ahh so they are the same fitment. i might order them from the ebay link then.

cheers Lenny.
[/quote]


Paynes know there recommended on this forum, i e-mailed them a link when I created it,

So perhaps if you e-mail them through e-bay tell them you saw them on here,

They may give some discount.B)

stef123
[quote name='Lenny' timestamp='1317908191' post='147285']
Paynes know there recommended on this forum, i e-mailed them a link when I created it,

So perhaps if you e-mail them through e-bay tell them you saw them on here,

They may give some discount.B)
[/quote]

i like the sounds of a discount. and if you dont ask...you dont get :)
cressws1
Will these even fit my old mk1 1999 zetec? It has heated jets but the coverage from them is really poor!
Lenny
[quote name='cressws1' timestamp='1317929425' post='147334']
Will these even fit my old mk1 1999 zetec? It has heated jets but the coverage from them is really poor!
[/quote]


yes mate,
glad to inform you these will fit your focus, they even fit the 1997 fiesta Dan is sporting them as we speak, B)
cressws1
In that case, Ordered!
stef123
[quote name='cressws1' timestamp='1317930125' post='147339']
In that case, Ordered!
[/quote]

im sure Lenny has some sort of connection to the suppliers of these washer jets..:lol:
Lenny
[quote name='stef123' timestamp='1317930269' post='147340']
im sure Lenny has some sort of connection to the suppliers of these washer jets..:lol:
[/quote]


Ow I Wish i had, :(

and I wish I had connections with all the suppliers/sellers I recommend on this site,:lol:

when I create a guide i always e-mail the sellers involved who supplied me the parts to inform them that i have hopefully brought them more business.
I get plenty of thanks which is great,
but Iíve yet to get anything in the post or bank account,
perhaps a Christmas card is on its way.

stef123
[quote name='Lenny' timestamp='1317931054' post='147343']
Ow I Wish i had, :(

and I wish I had connections with all the suppliers/sellers I recommend on this site,:lol:

[b]when I create a guide i always e-mail the sellers involved who supplied me the parts to inform them that i have hopefully brought them more business.
I get plenty of thanks which is great,
but I’ve yet to get anything in the post or bank account,
perhaps a Christmas card is on its way[/b].
[/quote]

Very good thinking. I wonder if there are things we could do a group buy and get some discounts? obviously we would need a good interest in whatever it may be but it might work? things i have taken part in before have failed but when i used to do large scale R/C we had quite a few good results.
Lenny
[quote name='stef123' timestamp='1317932288' post='147346']
Very good thinking. I wonder if there are things we could do a group buy and get some discounts? obviously we would need a good interest in whatever it may be but it might work? things i have taken part in before have failed but when i used to do large scale R/C we had quite a few good results.
[/quote]


These Jets May be a Good Group Purchase,
I plan to purchase a non heated set of the Ford Mist Jets for a 2006 Nissan Almera so if anyone is thinking of grouping Iím in.

Used to have a 1/6[sup]th[/sup] Scale Nitro R/C Mitsubishi Lancer got 60Mph out of it, 2 speed gear box Raspy little thing till I wrote it off :lol:

stef123
[quote name='Lenny' timestamp='1317934482' post='147366']
These Jets May be a Good Group Purchase,
I plan to purchase a non heated set of the Ford Mist Jets for a 2006 Nissan Almera so if anyone is thinking of grouping I’m in.

Used to have a 1/6[sup]th[/sup] Scale Nitro R/C Mitsubishi Lancer got 60Mph out of it, 2 speed gear box Raspy little thing till I wrote it off :lol:
[/quote]

im interested in a heated set.

hah, cant beat the smell of the nitro fuel, absolutely love it :lol: i had an FG marder, 1/5th scale. it was a 26cc petrol with hydraulic brakes - could go and stop but after spending £1500 in about 6 months on it i had to pack it in. really good fun when they are working though :lol:
keepyourfocus
Wow this is a cool idea... doesn't look too difficult either. Great post & vid!
Barry_
Got these delivered over the weekend whilst i was away so had to collect from post office last night - really quick deliverly - impressed.

Going to install these this weekend - should be done in 5 minutes and then suppose i better clean the car as well!!
dubb
Just discovered this mod, knew that other makes and models could do this and always wondered with Fiestas.

Does the inital post link still work? I only seem to be able to see the heated ones (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-Ford-Focus-Mk4-2011-Onwards-Heated-Front-Washer-Jet-Spray-Type-x1-/220849176475?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item336ba2ff9b)
Lenny
[quote name='dubb' timestamp='1318360908' post='148080']
Just discovered this mod, knew that other makes and models could do this and always wondered with Fiestas.

Does the inital post link still work? I only seem to be able to see the heated ones ([url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-Ford-Focus-Mk4-2011-Onwards-Heated-Front-Washer-Jet-Spray-Type-x1-/220849176475?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item336ba2ff9b"]http://www.ebay.co.u...=item336ba2ff9b[/url])
[/quote]

the seller that stocks the heated type will supply the non heated type on request,
however they are both the same price and the headed ones will work 100% in a non heated fitment,

so its up to you mate if you want to fit the heated type and snip the connectors off the rear of the jets,
or order a set of non heated,
if you are ordering a non heated set please quote the part number encase the accidently send you a set the same as what you currently have.B)

cressws1
Fitted these to my mk1 Focus today. Much better. What a brilliant little cheap modification this is. One quick question, Is it possible to adjust the spray direction on this type of jet? I used to adjust the normal ones by using a needle in the jet etc. The mist seems to hit my windscreen a bit low down thats all.
Haylo714
Ordered these today. ;)


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