Posted 14 October 2012 - 01:36 AM
You cannot retrofit Xenons successfully.
Engine Bay loom, on some models.. first 3 months of production had the full engine bay loom which supported Xenons, Washer fluid level sensor, and washers etc.. the works. So should have sensor wiring for the front if I can remember that is probably on the engine bay loom. IF you have the top end loom.
but ford cheapened up, and only started using this loom where required after, and had cheaper looms made for the non xenon models... you can get them working with wiring mods, but never properly because....
There is 2 of every loom listed for the dashboard, a xenon/adaptive headlamp version and a halogen version, so even if you have all the wiring in the engine bay you wont have the wiring behind the dashboard... so there will be no sensor wiring from the GEM to the module, and no connectors for the module.
its normally connected behind drivers footwell kick panel to the module which is bolted to the door pillar, but a non xenon loom wont even have a connector for it. because going back there was 2 of each different loom a halogen and xenon loom.
No car was made with a xenon loom behind the dash unless it was spec'd with xenon / adaptive head lamps because the reason for 2 different looms is because having xenon loom wiring without a module plugged in probably creates all sorts of CANBUS communication errors because wiring probably goes into module, out the other side and onto next thing.
Then for the rear sensor, will have to double check that but if i can remember was either a separate xenon floor loom or a jumper loom that plugs into main loom.. same jumper loom as used for the diesel additive module etc but with some extra wires for the rear levelling sensor.