[quote name='DJ_Andy_M' timestamp='1340798713' post='189376']
They moved the socket on the 2.5 next to the handbrake...
yes on the mk2.5 the 12v socket is next to the handbrake,
but if you remove the stereo and have a look under the heater controls you will find a 12v positive feed to plug in to the 12v socket fitted within the garage door unit.
[quote name='Mike77' timestamp='1340796820' post='189374']
How do you mean Lenny ??? Mine came as a complete unit, basically like a storage bin, with the door on the front, and as the mk2 12v socket is directly behind where the garage door fits, it kind of makes it useless. That said, if you do need to use it, I suppose its easy enough to remove to access if needed
i mean as i say, do you have one of these fitted to your car with the 12v socket and ash tray inside?
i didnt know ford made them with the 12v socket and ash tray inside of the garage door flap.
they are not displayed on the e-cat system either.
if a person was a smoker the 12v socket would house a 12v cigarete lighter while still having the 12v socket next to the handbrake free for other things aswell as the 12v socket inside the centre arm rest and the 12v socket in the boot compartment.