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Haz93
Hey just found these on European-Parts.net

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Think I might get one soon, I had the new golf as a company car last year and got used to having the red glow from above at night.
Anyone else installed anything like this??
Stoney871
I have one I'm waiting to install myself.
Family emergency and impending foreign holiday have delayed the job for now.
I've got a firm fitting procedure in my head thanks to gracious help from other members here so if you get the unit then fitting it will be easy.
Mike77
I have them in my 56 plate titanium, fitted as standard to this model I think ? Deffo make a difference though, had them in a beemer once, now have them again in the mighty focus :-)
kevin lancelott
Thats from the Fiesta titanium.We get them as standard. B)
Haz93
So looks like they are standard on the titanium spec on a range of models, talk about 'ford, more as standard' haha.
The st and rs have a completely different shap cluster to this so I'm guessing this one is from the fiesta.
Is it a simple unplug and plug in the new one or does it require some wiring or splicing then??
Lenny
[quote name='Haz93' timestamp='1337321120' post='183162']
So looks like they are standard on the titanium spec on a range of models, talk about 'ford, more as standard' haha.
The st and rs have a completely different shap cluster to this so I'm guessing this one is from the fiesta.
Is it a simple unplug and plug in the new one or does it require some wiring or splicing then??
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yes you need to run a single positive feed from the interior lights,
up the A pillar
and using a female spade connector plug it in to the additional terminal on the interior light with sub lighting.

no need to remove the A pillar panel, because you can fit a 10amp single core in behind the pillar by just removing the rubber door seal for a momment.
Richiemac
Have it retrofitted to mine as mentioned, check the dealers for light unit price. They were cheaper for me as i recall .


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