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Wiring Loom For Dual Reverse...help!

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Lookin at doin the dual reverse bulb mod. Got the euro reverse light with red bulb for fog.

can I use the reverse loom and bulb holder from a mk1 st. I would think its pretty much the same.

got a guy breaking one locally so if I can use it that would be easiest for me

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Lookin at doin the dual reverse bulb mod. Got the euro reverse light with red bulb for fog.

can I use the reverse loom and bulb holder from a mk1 st. I would think its pretty much the same.

got a guy breaking one locally so if I can use it that would be easiest for me

not sure on mk 1.i used some not from mk2.5 same as mine .i had to mod them they needed trimming down youl see.don't use

red bulbs not bright enough.use cree ones

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Mk1 is different best to source one off a breaker easy to do and looks great I'm going to do a twin fog with my spare spare so I have dual fog and reverse .

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Mk 1 Focus and pre-facelift mk2 share the same reverse and rear foglamps - the clear one originally off my ST170 did good service on my first ST as well :)

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Lenny has an excellent HOW TO , just look up lenny and all his threads. Basically all you need is a bulb holder and a trimmed bit off of a spare light so the bulb holder clicks in to. as for loom some adequate wire twin cable and slice into the loom .

Lenny is ya man ....

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