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i have a slight problem with my headlights i got given some new ones and when i went to fit them the connection was complety wrong.then i relised my new headlights have the indercater the in the and on my focus they are in the bumper. does anyone know how to re-wire it so i cant get the new headlights to work or is that even possible ?

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Just take the wires off the indicators and wire them to the new ones in the new lights

you will have to blank the old holes for indicators up i would thought ;)

you may need to go to a breakers yard to get the rigrt wire contections for the new light which would be the 1/5 focus .


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Somebody (Tezza off FFOC) made me some adapters for the ST170 lights that are on my MK1 saloon. There is also a wiring mod you need to do, in order to keep the dipped beam on when main beam is on. Its one or the other by default and I found it wasn't bright enough. The details of this mod escape me but its somewhere in the wiring behind the steering wheel.

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