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Lenny

Guide To Converting Stock Climate Controls To Custom Set

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I have a set of barely used perfect condition silver ones for sale if anyone is interested. As bought from The seller talked about in this thread. Changed my mind colour wise and now have a black set fitted. Looking for £10.50 inc postage via PayPal gift for them. Pm me if interested.

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I've ordered my pair, same seller as Stoney. Got mine in red to continue my interior colour scheme, not entirely sure how they'll turn out but will get some pics up as soon as they arrive.

Here's the listing in case anyones interested:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221117076279?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649#ht_1957wt_1265

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Wonder if they would fit a mk6.5 fiesta.

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Wonder if they would fit a mk6.5 fiesta.

Would they fit a 04 Mk5 Fiesta as well do you think?

Only two ways to find out for sure lol

1. Go to local breakers and purchase a heater control knob from a focus 2005-2010

Try fit it to your climate control socket, if it fits then refer to option two

2. Purchase a set and try the fitment.

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I think I am going to get some of these, but I am wondering how easy or difficult they are to remove them once fitted. Do they come off easier than the original ones? I am asking because I will probably need to remove them at a later date, after I have fitted them for the first time.

Cheers.

Phil.

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A couple of flat blade screwdrivers on opposite sides from each other and they pop off reasonably easily.

You're best off removing the radio fascia first though to save scoring or cracking it.

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A couple of flat blade screwdrivers on opposite sides from each other and they pop off reasonably easily.

You're best off removing the radio fascia first though to save scoring or cracking it.

That's great, it doesn't sound too difficult.

Cheers.

Phil.

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Phil when i removed mine they came off pretty easy by hand , just gripped them and pulled , they were no where near as hard to get off as the OEM ford ones were.

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Phil when i removed mine they came off pretty easy by hand , just gripped them and pulled , they were no where near as hard to get off as the OEM ford ones were.

That sounds good to me.

Cheers.

Phil.

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bought a fitted mine today :D well pleased

Thankyou for the Guide

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bought a fitted mine today :D well pleased

Thankyou for the Guide

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No prob Adam thanks for uploading mate they look great on your dash,

nice job on the Aux port relocation too.

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thankyou, it seemed silly having it in the glove box

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im hovering over these with buy it now, but I think I think the Mr's might realise these are not the standard and start asking questions about what else I have done lol

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Tell her it's a Ford safety related update ;)

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she'd tell me its safer for me to sit on them and cough...

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Just bought two sets of those for my mates, thanks for the link :)

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I guess these are standard size for most fords, would this fit my fiesta?

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Don't think so as your knobs overlap the back plate

If you can measure the actual diameter of the holes your knobs go into i'll confirm or deny for you later.

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by pulling them off?

hehe knobs and holes.. :P

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So you want me to pull one of the things off and measure it yeah? Don't wana break it!

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Don't remove anything.

Just a measurement across the inner radius is enough.

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The inner circle across looks to be 350mm- very hard to measure!

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