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Taikun

Connector In Rear Of Centre Console...?

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Hi, i don´t know if this has been addressed before, but recently i found a connector in the rear of my centre console. I would like to know what it is, and if anyone has a pinout description for it.

Thx in advance

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Not at the moment, but i can surely take one in a few days. From what i´ve researched this connector is said to be for an entertainment console for the rear seats, but i would like to see if i can use it for anything... so what i really need is a diagram for the wiring.

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Here are the wiring diagrams for the Mk2/2.5 and mk3 focus

http://www.fordownersclub.com/forums/topic/42898-ford-focus-full-wiring-schematics-mk225-and-mk3/

In your post you not presise in where you say this connector is , under the hand brake center or behind the demister buttons?

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Preee, thank you for the diagrams, i will have to study these thoroughly! The precise location for the connector is as in the photo, although it is not a photo from ford, i believe the connector is for a panel like the one depicted.post-47687-0-76366500-1382696017_thumb.j[attachment=9941

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Ok, so i took a few pix of the connector and found a reference on it being: PBT-GF30...

Internet info on this connector leads me to believe that it is used for the mass flow??? what the heck is it doing in the arm rest area?

On the diagrams that Preee has submitted, the closest I find is on page 117; 2L1T-14A464-GA (C459 Multifunction Switch)

Can anyone help?

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