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adowling

Budding Enthusiast
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About adowling

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    Andy

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    Fiesta mk6
  • Ford Year
    2004
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Hampshire
  • Annual Mileage
    10,001 to 15,000
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  1. Link to these? :) looks very nice mate
  2. Rob, I simply added a short earthing wire between the ballast (by taking one screw out and using a ring crimp and !Removed! it against the ballast, and then earthing it on to the chassis by taking one of the nuts off and using a larger ring crimp on a bit of wire. Unfortunately this only gets then to light up, but you still cannot level them as there are further wiring to be done, which I am not 100% sure on. Andy
  3. Bump*
  4. I have a 2011 focus mk2 facelift. I'm looking for a really good aftermarket radio, preferably with dab and DVD with possible free view, and a big screen! Cheers in advance!
  5. Here she is.. My imagation is blank today!! Ideas?
  6. Hmm, we will see! I'll look for the
  7. Hmm, we will see! I'll look for the schematics tomorrow and have a look too.
  8. Cheers pal. I guess we just need to work out which wires operate the manual leveling! Id imagine the third wire that gets added in is an earth to make the Xenons work (even though you can just earth the ballast to the chassis).
  9. I'll post one tomorrow, as I'm on my phone! There's also a YouTube video on how to retrofit genuine Xenons, but he doesn't explain how it's done, he just shows you him putting them in the car
  10. The way I see it is that, the sensor is theoretically bypassed and swapped with the levelling module switch? If that makes sense :p
  11. I was reading on someone's thread on a separate forum, that they added the 3 extra pins in and then piggybacked off of other wires and they managed to get the manual levelers to work on their Xenons
  12. Take it you have a 10 pin plug? I've only got the 7 and I wanna know what the wiring mod is that you can do for the leveling to make it manual. Any idea?
  13. I'd be working on getting it perfectly legal. I have a 7 pin plug. Which I understand you can add terminals and piggy back off of other cables. Not sure what this piggy backing feeds though.
  14. I bought a pair of genuine ST Xenon headlights off of eBay. I managed to get all the lighting on the lights working, but i cannot get the levelers to work. I understand that there is a wiring modification that can be done to get the levelers (manual or auto?) working. Any help would be massively appreciated! Thanks, Andy :)
  15. I bought a pair of focus st xenons for my mk2.5. I've managed to get the xenons and the bi-xenon feature working with an earthing wire from the ballast to chassis, but the levellers don't work. Are there any wiring modifications I need to do, and if so, what are they? Would appreciate help :) thanks guys!