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pugboy

Focus Mk2 & Mk2.5 Footwell Lights

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I know a lot of the zetecs etc have the bulb holders and wiring etc. But I'd say if you have a focus sport which is essentially a titanium minus a couple of things you are very likely to have the holders and wiring. I looked at this thread for the first time last night and I went out to my 11 plate sport (which another guy quite rightly said this is one of the last mk 2.5's which was placed on sale as a budget option to the mk 3) and I have the bulb holders and wiring.....I'm sure I have a couple of spare number plate bulbs so I will give it a go. Don't see why it shouldn't work. They are easy to find. Just take a torch dowm to footwell. Hope they work!

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I know a lot of the zetecs etc have the bulb holders and wiring etc. But I'd say if you have a focus sport which is essentially a titanium minus a couple of things you are very likely to have the holders and wiring. I looked at this thread for the first time last night and I went out to my 11 plate sport (which another guy quite rightly said this is one of the last mk 2.5's which was placed on sale as a budget option to the mk 3) and I have the bulb holders and wiring.....I'm sure I have a couple of spare number plate bulbs so I will give it a go. Don't see why it shouldn't work. They are easy to find. Just take a torch dowm to footwell. Hope they work!

They should work, mine's a 2011 Sport too and it was a case of just popping the LEDs in and away you go. Makes a world of difference when you open the front doors... :)

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It works

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I just put in boring old number plate lights in! I'm thinking some red mood lighting like you see in the new Astra's might be cooler or blue

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Just shows you how cars are made to a budget and every penny per car counts. I mean, wiring and bulb holders and no bulbs. With the amount of bulbs ford would have needed from the bulb manufacturer they would have literally been pence per car. I really hope footwell lighting wasn't an option for a given trim level or customers would have been severely ripped off.. I know its std in titanium

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Just posting to say thanks. New Zetec S and i have the holders in black.

*Edit* got all excited and noticed i have a literal holder but not the bulb bit. DOH! :(

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don't let that stop you, put one in it ;)

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mine is the same on my 59 zetec s holders but no bulb bit

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My 05 reg Mondeo ST TDCi was the same - footwell bulbholders but no bulbs - talk about penny pinching !

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many thx mine has them, shoved in some normal bulbs, until some Blue ice leds arrived

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love em

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On 1/14/2011 at 10:31 AM, pugboy said:

Hi

Not sure if you guys on here know this, but the majority of the current Focus models are prewired for the footwell lights - you just plug the bulbs in! I've done this on my 55 plate Zetec and on two of my workmates cars who have 08 plate Zetec's.

Just letting you know anyway as its a nice little extra to have and it only costs a couple of quid for the bulbs.

If anyone else knows of any similar enhancements that can be made on the cheap let me know.

Can you tell me how you put your lights in I have been looking on my focus zetec ecbost but I can't find anything 

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2 hours ago, daveb1234567890 said:

Can you tell me how you put your lights in I have been looking on my focus zetec ecbost but I can't find anything 

If it's a focus ecoboost I imagine that'll be a mk3 focus. The pre-wired footwell lights referred to here were on focus mk2/mk2.5. Not too familiar with mk3,only got a mk2.5 myself,could in theory have pre-wired holders in footwell as well but not got one myself to check so couldn't tell you I'm afraid,sorry.

Some have put up pictures further down on page 1 and also on page 3 of where they are on mk2/mk2.5 if any help,obviously won't be exactly the same on mk3 but gives an illustration of where they are on mk2.

Edited by paul321

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Became a member just to say a massive thanks to the OP! Looks so good in my focus and so easy to do 

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1 hour ago, Exeter said:

Became a member just to say a massive thanks to the OP! Looks so good in my focus and so easy to do 

Easy when it's prewired ¬_¬ GRRR

Welcome :D

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30 minutes ago, Ianb said:

Easy when it's prewired ¬_¬ GRRR

Welcome :D

See my guide if your not factory wired or want to add an illuminated ignition ring and rear footwell lighting :

 

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