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    Mk2 Focus ST3
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    Lower Kingswood - Surrey
  1. Thanks for that, those are like the ones I'm looking at, even the listing on that one says "FORD FOCUS HATCHBACK / SEDAN 2009-2011" sorry about caps just copied it, so it will still fit pfl? Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  2. Quick question guys, I want to fit a reversing camera while I have the carpets and seats out. Looking at the the type that are attached to a clear number plate light lens but can only see ones advertised as face lift versions, anyone know if the lenses on the pfl and facelift are the same or do they differ? Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  3. It's the passenger side this time.....funny you say that though I had to have the drivers side done for the MOT last year. Having taken the wheel off today all the symptoms you mention are there. Can only see this "crease" (for want of a better word). Didn't want to pull it about and make it worse, but I think that's where it's coming from. attachment=26181:ImageUploadedByFord OC1427542995.946267.jpg] Inner is starting to look suspect so will have both done. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  4. Thanks for the advice will try that and post up the result tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  5. Thanks for the response, I agree with you, my first thought was CV...just never seen a shocker go so wasn't sure. It's a Bilstein B12 Pro kit which I believe uses gas shocks so would they have grease or a fluid of some sort in anyway? Going to take another look with better light tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  6. Just been fitting new spacers all round on the car and noticed this on the front near side, can't see a split anywhere in the CV gaiter you guys think it's come from the shocker? There is a load of grease on the bottom of it but that could of course sprayed upwards. They are brand new Bilstein shockers Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  7. Not been before, but know the pub and don't live too far away, looking to get back into meets etc, wouldn't be a bad start Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  8. Be good to get some other takers, was possibly looking at going to Ford Fair too. Not done any shows for a couple of years now. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  9. I'd be up for that, did something similar there before with a BMW club, we stayed overnight, was good fun. Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC
  10. Grey plug is disconnected, I have cluster brake lights...... I undid the rubber that goes from roof to tailgate, there are two broken and melted wires in there, a green with yellow stripe which I think is high level brake light and green with blue stripe which I think is heated rear screen.... So I believe problem is solved!!!! The grey multiplug is isolating the tailgate wiring then is that right... That being the case im ok to drive and visit either ford or scrappy to try and aquire a new loom for rear. Roger cant THANK YOU enough your help has been brilliant and has kept me sane lol, also saved me a fortune with calling out an auto electrician.
  11. before I disconnected the rear multiplugs the wires leading into the light switch were very hot (too hot). I disconnected the blue plug fuse blew, reconnected and removed the grey plug, all ok with no heat in the light switch wiring, so problem is at rear of the car? looking at the grey multiplug there is a green wire with yellow stripe, it appears to have fused itslef to a couple of other wires where it has touched them. Anyone know what this wire operates?
  12. With all brake lights unplugged it blows fuses the second I touch the brake pedal. I removed the brake plunger mechanism and inserted a wire to both contacts to complete the circuit still blows so plunger itself is ok.......any ideas? It also seems to have blown the light switch fuse again.
  13. Scrap that, multi plug in passenger foot well is fine, has to be screwed in to make boy error!!!! Rear indicators and sidelights including reg lights are ok. I havent attempted to insert another fuse into brake system yet.....
  14. ok...... I made up a simple light bulb circuit as suggested, went to the multiplug at the rear, all dead. I believe (please correct me if im wrong) these then connect through the car to another main plug at the front passenger footwell underneath some trim. At this point they are live. (Bulb lit up and flashed for hazards) So I THINK the wiring loom is ok at least to here, and there is a break from the plug in the footwell to the plug at the rear of the car? That make sense?
  15. I havent mate, just switched hazards on to check, these do not work on rear either, so safe to assume I have nothing on working on the rear of the car?