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About Stoney871

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    2015 Focus ST3 300bhp
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    20,001 to 25,000
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  1. Goodoh. I'd Like to know where the other one went though. Darn Royal Fail.
  2. Must admit that when I did my nav a few months ago I applied the Foccus part but no additional info pops up on the cluster. Bannko, can you PM me the process and what I should be seeing on the IC? Sent from my SM-G930F
  3. Mine is set to audible/ visual speed camera notification. Icons show on the map and the audible warning (a spoken warning of 'caution') comes about 100m from known camera locations. Be aware that any cameras sited after 2014 may not be added to the system though. Sent from my SM-G930F
  4. Blue wire on the double socket is live and black one at the single connector is earth. The other wire on the double socket is for switching the light on from the battery supply only. Sent from my SM-G930F
  5. You need to wire to one of the wires on the double socket. Can't recall which one tbh. Sent from my SM-G930F
  6. Yes it does. I've used it on my 2015 ST3. Sent from my SM-G930F
  7. I used to quite like Aldi, until the fiasco with alcohol and my ID, but I won't go into that... Basically, they refused to accept my driving licence unless I had the counterpart, which is no longer even valid!! Morons, the lot of them. At least, in Elgin anyway. As you say, the counterpart is void. I've consigned mine to the shredder. Seeing as a full licence is accepted as a legal proof of I.D and age they were fully in the wrong. Sent from my SM-G930F
  8. I like that last night i wound an Astra driver up so much that he stalled. At lights, crappy Astra with ASBO exhaust, multi-coloured LED's all over the inside and stripes pulls up alongside. He revs a lot hoping for a bit of Street Outlaw action. I look across and laugh so hard my sides hurt. I notice he has his windows down, as I drive with drivers window down on city streets he has heard the raucous laughing emanating ffrom my car. He looks very hurt and fluffs his clutch bite pulling away. Cue much more laughter as I cruise away in a leisurely manner. Me = Happy Bunny
  9. You could fit the standard AUX socket which tbh is rubbish, too much movement in the socket parts cause crossed channels and loss of sound. Standard kit is Ford part (finis) code 1426121- An option I had on my MK2 which works much better is to fit a socket into the demister switch panel- The USB is technically defunct as the standard Ford Visteon radios do not have an USB socket but you can make the USB into a handy charging port for phones, gps or dashcams. My guide on how to do this- I manufacture the 12v power supply piggyback sockets to order if you fancy one or someone has started making and selling them on ebay too (although I am biased to say that mine are more professional and tidy) -
  10. Try Forscan with the advanced licence. Sent from my SM-G930F
  11. No luck at all there Fella. Hopefully it's back to top form soon.
  12. What needs to be considered here is that antenna lengths are matched to the frequency range. If you reduce the length you effectively detune the antenna from the reception range of the radio. If you want a shorter antenna you need one that has internally coiled wire that matches the required reception range. Just fitting a shorter straight wire will produce poor reception. Using an amplifier on a bad signal will merely amplify the error. It's better to have a weak/good signal than a strong/bad signal. Sent from my SM-G930F
  13. That's what we're here for 😎 Sent from my SM-G930F
  14. Another option to quickly add Bluetooth operability with a remote control-
  15. The AUX is play only, no controls for any devices I'm afraid. An inline controller would work. This sort of thing-