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Fletch76

Budding Enthusiast
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About Fletch76

  • Rank
    Settling In Well

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  • First Name
    Stuart

Profile Information

  • Ford Model
    Focus Sport 2.0 TDCI
  • Ford Year
    2010
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Essex
  • Annual Mileage
    10,001 to 15,000
  1. Used. In mint condition though.
  2. Hi mate, Bought the ST seats off of Ebay. £450 I paid, well worth it though in my opinion - so comfortable :)
  3. This is where I'm at with lower S grille mod.I used a Dremel to cut out the internal part of the grille. Got to sand down all the rough plastic, fill and rub down, insert honeycomb mesh, primer, then get it painted in Matt Black. Fingers crossed it will work. :0)
  4. Thanks all for the nice comments. I must confess that painting the bumper vents came from another user(s) on this forum (steveandmichelle ?) I've also thought about changing the wheels to the ST ones and whilst I prefer them, I'll probably keep the ones I have on purely because (and no disrespect meant here) they're not as popular. May get it lowered but because my driveways at an angle and at a slant (which is causing problems with my mud flaps as it is) I doubt it will be possible without causing any problems.
  5. Hi all, First of all a bit of an introduction. I've never really been interested in cars, However this all changed around June time which was when my old Focus Ghia (54 plate) needed a new Cat, so I decided to get rid and buy a Focus Sport 2.0 Diesel. Shortly after buying it I visited this forum for the first time and it was from then on that the modification bug set in!.........needless to say I'm forever working overtime :0) Here are the 'mods' completed so far. Also attached some photos below of the exterior. Interior; Aux cable installed. Brodit I Phone holder Mondeo sunglasses holder Passenger roof handle sunglasses holder Interior lights changed to LED Aluminium Focus door sills Upgraded to Focus Titanium Sony single disk CD player Leather ST Recaro seats Recaro seat back protectors Rear seat bolt covers Single front Interior light changed to one with Map lights Carbon fibre (Titanium Grey) center console, ashtray, stereo surround Ford Mats with Aluminium S Ford badges Heated seat switches Triangular metal surround trim for heater vents Upgraded heater dials S sticker on steering wheel spoke Exterior; Headlight eyebrows installed and colour coded Fog surrounds and bonnet lip colour coded LH Drive rear fog light Washer jets colour coded K&N Air filter Ford logo dust caps and aluminium valve covers Parking sensors Mudflaps Bumper vents painted Red S badge on front grille Calipers painted Red Exhaust twin tailpipe Zetec and TDCI badges removed Future Mods; I'm currently in the process of modding a S lower grille so that I can install a Honeycomb style mesh to match the ST upper grille that I've bought. I'm also in the process of installing vanity lights, and a rear Interior light. I've also just ordered a rubber boot liner and I'm also going to purchase a full size spare alloy. Plan to get it remapped when funds allow ;0) Exterior lights changed to LED Got to get the heated seats connected as well. Hopefully if I get chance tomorrow I will add a couple of photos of the Interior - I've got to clean and Hoover it first :0) Any comments, suggestions, or questions welcome. Enjoy........ Stuart :0)
  6. No, there all in the same positions, I checked.
  7. The original loom works when connected to the original sensor, but as soon as the new loom is connected to the original sensor it doesn't work.
  8. Thanks for the reply. I'm pretty sure there isn't a fault on the loom as all the lights work? and yes new loom is plugged into the sensor. This is what I've found when taking the cap off the ignition.... Which doesn't look right based on your description? Thanks Again, Stuart
  9. Help needed please......... There's a bit of a story so bare with me please. I own a Focus Sport 2.0 Diesel on a 60 plate. It has a keyless entry/start system. Here's the problem...... I wanted to add a rear (interior) light so that when putting my son in his car seat I could see what I was doing. I know I could've gone down the splicing route but, A) I didn't have a clue how to do this and B) I didn't fancy cutting into the original loom as I wasn't confident. With that in mind I went to Gates of Harlow (Ford Main Dealer) and I purchased a new interior light wiring loom - which is for the Focus Titanium 2.0, the same year 2010, with keyless entry/start - this loom provided me with the wiring for the rear light and also vanity lights (the sport loom just has wiring for the front light only) the new loom works fine (all the lights work) however, the first problem is now the car isn't recognising the key, I've tried the spare key and it's the same. After further investigation it looks like the key isn't recognising the little black sensor in the roof lining or vice versa although when I put the original loom back everything works fine again. From what I've read on the net it looks like that perhaps the key(s) need(s) to be reprogrammed to the car to accommodate the new wiring loom? With this in mind I took the plastic ignition cap off only to find another black plastic surround with a slot for the key, but here's the other problem the key (on both sets) doesn't work in the ignition (the key will not turn) but the key(s) unlock the doors and bonnet with no problems, so am I missing a key specifically designed for the ignition only? or does this other plastic cover need to be removed with a bit of force in order to expose the metal ignition barrel? Going back to why the key is not being detected......I've looked at the new loom and compared it to my old one and all the wires that are on the connector blocks (which plug into the fuse box) are the same colours and all the wires are in the same positions on the block connector, so on that basis the lead is the correct one. I hope I've made sense? In short the dash is showing key not detected with the new loom even though it appears to be the correct one, as a result it looks like the key needs to be reprogrammed but neither key fits the ignition. Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks, Stuart
  10. Nope. Just plug and play. Taking the existing wiring and bulb out of the old lense, then just clip the new lance in place. No other parts required.
  11. Did I read somewhere that it's recommended to use a hair dryer to warm up the sticky pads so the lop is easier to remove?
  12. Will do mate. It will probably be after Xmas now.
  13. The only thing I can suggest is the guide that I mentioned above. It's pretty comprehensive and very easy to understand. Of course weather there's any problems when fitting is another matter :)
  14. I haven't fitted it yet lol!! I'm waiting to buy the bottom grill - I'm going to try and mod it to fit. If I can't will probably sell the upper grill as I went them (style wise) to match.
  15. Yeah me too. I only bought one because it was a surprisingly affordable mod.I only found out because of TDCI'S grill change guide. I think that's where I got the part number from.