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Stoney871
Found this item on eBay.
Looks handy if it does what it says it does.

[url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-FOCUS-2005-2011-Automatic-Window-Closing-Mod-10-Second-Install-AIRMAIL-/221024512957?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item3376166bbd"]http://www.ebay.co.u...=item3376166bbd[/url]
btmaldon
Interesting spot there Stoney. Looks like its plugged into the OBC11 Port (or what ever its called).
Focus_IRE
Good spot Stoney, great call mate and its sound good becasue at time people are forgetting to close their windows.
.Martin
In their other items, I really like [url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-FOCUS-Custom-USB-Dash-Connection-Point-Custom-Mod-MP3-3-5mm-Jack-NEW-/221018785708?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item3375bf07ac"]this[/url] but I was told the 6000CD doesn't have the correct connectors on the back :(
Richiemac
Bought a few bits of this seller so far, so i just sent him a mail asking exactly what it can/can't do..........we'll see.
Focus_IRE
Good man Richard, post up what the supplier says anyway. But in the mean time Martin here is a guide of how to do it if you just wanted the headphone jack for the CD 6000. [url="http://web.mac.com/zifnab/Visteon_6000CD_in_Ford_Focus_C-Max/How_to_wire_the_Aux_input_on_A_Visteon_6000CD_in_a_C-Max.html"]http://web.mac.com/zifnab/Visteon_6000CD_in_Ford_Focus_C-Max/How_to_wire_the_Aux_input_on_A_Visteon_6000CD_in_a_C-Max.html[/url]
Mike77
[quote name='.Martin' timestamp='1337332117' post='183190']
In their other items, I really like [url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-FOCUS-Custom-USB-Dash-Connection-Point-Custom-Mod-MP3-3-5mm-Jack-NEW-/221018785708?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item3375bf07ac"]this[/url] but I was told the 6000CD doesn't have the correct connectors on the back :(
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I sent them a question about this item, and its USB one side, to jack plug on the other, but it WON'T work on our cars, I was equally as gutted as you :(
Stoney871
You could buy one and then get one of the the cheap aux cables on eBay and splice them together to at least give you a decent aux connection.
.Martin
Aye but I think it'd be better to mount one of [url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-5mm-Jack-Socket-Stereo-Chassis-Phono-Audio-/200588497921?pt=UK_Computing_Sound_Vision_Audio_Cables_Adapters&hash=item2eb4019401"]these[/url] in a switch and it would look tidier as you wouldnt have the useless USB slot.

I've seen it done on either focusowners or FFOC and it's pretty tidy!
Focus_IRE
Have a read of the guide that ive posted above and it gives step by step of how to do one by splicing the wires and looks tidy :)
.Martin
Sorry I was working when I quickly ran through this thread this morning!

That's exactly what I was thinking about and I'm pretty sure that's the tut I seen previously hahaha


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