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AutyBear
Hi all , I have a Problem With my Central Locking On My Focus I Belive It To Be The Central Locking Module , As There Is No Central Locking There At All, Any 1 Got Any Advice On How To Change 1 ?? , I can Get 1 From A Local Scrap Yard For £10 , Is It Just A Case Of Pluging A New 1 In ? Or Do I Need To Reprogram It ? Any Advice At All Please [img]http://passionford.com/forum/images/smilies/icon_wink.gif[/img]

Thx [img]http://passionford.com/forum/images/smilies/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]
Stoney871
I believe you can just swap them over and retune your keys to the system via the ignition learning mode (0 to II 4 times and press a button).
I'm sure others here can be more definitive on this.
AutyBear
ok mate thx , going to try it i think , where is it located ? is it under the stearing colum ?
Stoney871
It's behind the lower A pillar panel in the drivers footwell (where the fuel pump reset button is positioned).


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