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james_60
Hi Dudes

Having now looked round my car and gotten used to it iam wondering where my rear power socket is (12v)

It is on my etis spec.

We want to use a fridge while on the move (Cold Cans of coke)

Jamie
NorthSussex
[color=#0000ff][size=5][font=comic sans ms,cursive]I think it is only on the estate on the drivers side boot wall.[/font][/size][/color]
tomo2001
It's in the rear on the back of the armrest console on the Tit X ;)

p.s. Shouldn't Drink and Drive lol
james_60
on etis my car (hatchback) it says power point socket rear :-)

Does that mean the wiring is there for me to install one

Jamie
Loz Cheung
yeah ive noticed one at the back of the centre armrest too...cant remember if theres one in the boot and thats what it refers to....(bonus if it does!)
Stoney871
On a mk2 - 2.5 you can install a socket in the boot as Lenny and I have done.
There's a live 12v feed behind the rhs boot trim.
On a Mk3 I can't say.
Lenny
[quote name='Stoney871' timestamp='1340225772' post='188242']
On a mk2 - 2.5 you can install a socket in the boot as Lenny and I have done.
There's a live 12v feed behind the rhs boot trim.
On a Mk3 I can't say.
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who dares remove the panels to find out lol ??

is the haynes manual for the mk3 been released yet?
because the loom will be the same on them all, so it would be just a case of fitting the 12v socket providing the loom is their,
which im sure it is to allow for the puncture repair compressors where fitted.
Stoney871
[quote name='Lenny' timestamp='1340226324' post='188246']


who dares remove the panels to find out lol ??

is the haynes manual for the mk3 been released yet?
because the loom will be the same on them all, so it would be just a case of fitting the 12v socket providing the loom is their,
which im sure it is to allow for the puncture repair compressors where fitted.
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Without investigation there will never be innovation. ;)
Lenny
[quote name='Stoney871' timestamp='1340226528' post='188247']
Without investigation there will never be innovation. ;)
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[size=4][font=Calibri][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]I have saved these guys some investigation work lol thanks to ford software we now know The 12v socket loom is in the same location in the mk3 focus as it is in the mk2.5 on the right hand side of the boot inside the panel there will be a cable with a moulded connector on the end of it, [/font][/font][/size][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif][size=4]All that is required is the 12v socket to plug in to the moulded loom and the finis number for the 12v socket to fit in the mk3 focus boot is finis: 1712882 [/size]
[size=4]Here is a guide to show relativly what you would be looking for behind the panel on the mk3 focus and what would be envolved[/size]
[size=4][url="http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/topic/29774-guide-additional-12v-power-socket-in-boot-focus-mk25/"]http://www.fordowner...oot-focus-mk25/[/url][/size][/font]

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Stoney871
Instead of the Sherpa you should be called the Master. :P
Lenny
[quote name='Stoney871' timestamp='1340227722' post='188249']
Instead of the Sherpa you should be called the Master. :P
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thank you kindly sir [url="http://www.focusowners-social.com/forum/posting.php?mode=smilies&f=38#"][img]http://www.focusowners-social.com/forum/images/smilies/hatoff.gif[/img][/url]
Stoney871
I am merely your disciple sir. ;)
Lenny
[quote name='Stoney871' timestamp='1340228417' post='188253']
I am merely your disciple sir. ;)
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[size=4]I’ve[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif] never even sat in a mk3 but i know where the 12v socket loom is located in the boot ^_^ [/font][/size]
[size=4][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]i exceed my own expectations when i pull my finger out and use the resources i have to hand lmao[/font][/size]
Stoney871
You're a handy guy to have around.
I got a copy of etis but could never get it to run.
I'm good with computers but that one just got away from me.
Lenny
[quote name='Stoney871' timestamp='1340229401' post='188258']
You're a handy guy to have around.
I got a copy of etis but could never get it to run.
I'm good with computers but that one just got away from me.
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thanks mate
preee is brilliant with software trouble shooting and compatability issues,
perhaps if you PM him he may be able to assist you with the installation of the software.
Stoney871
Cheers sir.


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