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  • First Name Simon

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  • Ford Model Ford Focus Zetec
  • Ford Year 1998
  • UK/Ireland Location Suffolk
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000
  1. Aux Options

    Thanks for the clarification, I'll double check!
  2. Aux Options

    Ah, my radio has a cassette player not a CD player, it's that old! Do you know if the adapter will still work with it?
  3. Aux Options

    Fantastic, thanks a lot for your advice! Have a good new year :)
  4. Aux Options

    Hey all, I want to install an AUX cable in my 1998 Ford Focus to come directly out the back of the radio, but there are so many options to chose from!! Has anyone done this and could recommend a good one to buy? I'm using a tape to 3.5mm jack adapter at the moment which is slowly killing me. I'm hoping that installing a proper AUX cable from the connectors at the back will improve the sound A LOT! Cheers.
  5. Ford Focus - Airbag Module Problems

    I just checked the seat connections under the seat and they look fine.
  6. Hi guys + gals, I've just bought a 1998 Ford Focus Zetec, and the airbag light is constantly on (colour yellow). I've taken it to two garages to find out what's wrong, and they have both said that the airbag module is faulty and it's need replacing. For the part, labour (fitting and programming it) and VAT they have said it will cost be roughly £200! I was hoping I would be able to have it repaired instead of buying a new one, but am unsure if this is possible. Has anyone had any experience with this before? Thanks in advance, Simon.
  7. Welcome to the Ford forums ToyCar :)