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    2015 Focus ST3 300bhp
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  1. My guides should include how to fit this as well. Sent from my SM-G930F
  2. Either run the cable into the glovebox or run it to come out in the area near your lighter socket. You could fit a aftermarket socket in the switch panel and also wire it to give you an usb socket for charging phones etc. Sent from my SM-G930F
  3. Possibly. You'd have to try software like FoCCus or Forscan. Tbh why not just press the manual lock button on the drivers door? Sent from my SM-G930F
  4. When a Sky fitter came out to upgrade my kit to the Sky Q setup he drilled into the wall and fitted an eye bolt to tie off his ladder. I told him to leave it in place as it will be available to future fitters. The bolt being there doesn't fuss me in the least. Sent from my SM-G930F
  5. If you want more ideas check out my guide links under all my posts when viewed on a PC. Some of my mk2 upgrades are there. Sent from my SM-G930F
  6. Facelift spoiler, facelift radio. I had a Sport as my last car so know what you're working with. The Aux is an easy install, don't use the standard kit as it's poor. You need one with a 3.5 plug on the endfor better connectivity and signal. I'll link one for you shortly. Sent from my SM-G930F
  7. Sat cable should be 75 ohm for best shielding and signal quality. Standard cable is 60 ohm and has less shielding. Sent from my SM-G930F
  8. They sit on top of the seals. Sent from my SM-G930F
  9. The Nokia in The Matrix was the 8110. In subsequent films they used a Samsung. Sent from my SM-G930F
  10. You can create your own nav card but it is a bit of a faff. You'd need to find a download of the latest software then source a micro SD card with a full size SD adaptor. The serial number of the SD card needs to be read using SD card reading software on an Android phone or tablet then use another program on a PC to create a nav card license to replace the original one that comes with the nav download that your radio will accept. If you don't have a licence that matches your SD card serial number then the radio won't accept it. TBH though, seeing as V5 nav cards on ebay go for not much more than decent SD cards do nowadays you can just save the faff and buy an original.
  11. As Madman says, there is a filter between the tank and pump that gets clogged up. Remove the osf wheel, remove the rear part of the arch liner and you'll find the pump on the inward side of the lower part of the tank. Pull off the pump and you'll be able to remove the filter. Best done when the tank is empty or you'll end up with fluid everywhere
  12. The Sony radio that fits the Mondeo is unique in shape compared to the one that fits the rest of the Ford range. The Mondeo one's faceplate is angled to match the angle of the dash and also is wider at the top. The fascia is also thinner on the Mondeo one. I strongly suspect that you have a non Mondeo one. Mondeo radio Not Mondeo Radio This is the one you need-
  13. Gary. [emoji38] Sent from my SM-G930F
  14. You need to read up on the Consumer Rights Act. Sent from my SM-G930F
  15. It's easier to access via a PC browser. Sent from my SM-G930F