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Member Since 02 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 31 2012 10:07 AM
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In Topic: My Focus Zetec S...

28 December 2012 - 08:27 PM

Just to inform you mate the bluetooth module from your 6000CD is fitted above your glove box, if you wanted to remove it.
But id be interested to purchase your 6000CD stereo in january for 60pounds including shipping. If you were interested in selling.
Ive currently got a sony fitted and its from a 2007 focus so its not compatable with my 2008-2010 bluetooth,Aux or voice control
Also if you ship via GLS/Parcel force they charge shipping based on the size of the parcel not the weight of the parcel,
Log on to GLS website to find your local parcel shop.


Sorry for the delay in replying Lenny, been away over Christmas and spent it away from any technology to unwind totally.

Thanks for your kind offer, but I think I will keep the head unit and swap back in, if and when, I sell the car on. If I do have a change of mind I will let you know. Cheers

In Topic: My Focus Zetec S...

24 December 2012 - 05:28 PM

Are you selling the 6000CD and did your 6000CD have bluetooth connected ?


Hadn't thought about selling it. Just hadn't occurred. It did have phoning by bluetooth, ubs/ipod use and voice control in the car. Have just boxed it up. Of course it has security code with it.

In Topic: My Focus Zetec S...

23 December 2012 - 10:30 AM

Spent yesterday wrapping - not Christmas presents, but the centre console, ashtray, heater control unit and radio trim.

Quite happy with the results, a couple of bubbles but not more than that. Like others on here I am amased how much of an effect is has had. Think it updates look of the interior considerably. May now upgrade heating dials to complete the look.


Really pleased with the quality of the DAB even when living in a moderate signal aera. Sony head unit is great, still fiddling with functions.

You may be able to see that I've bought a micro USB stick (16gb) to store music on (middle of right hand side of the head unit.) This works perfectly and displays track and album data on screen.

Upgrading the aerial and cabling was a must also for me.

It has taken a little while to complete, but has been well worth it. Thanks for help and comments once again.

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In Topic: Fitting Dab/fw/mw/lw Roof Aerial And Cabling Routing - Help!

23 December 2012 - 10:14 AM

Spent yesterday wrapping - not Christmas presents, but the centre console, ashtray, heater control unit and radio trim.

Quite happy with the results, a couple of bubbles but not more than that. Think it updates look of the interior.

Thanks for help and comments once again.

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In Topic: Fitting Dab/fw/mw/lw Roof Aerial And Cabling Routing - Help!

18 December 2012 - 10:29 PM

DAB aerial fitted and radio works brilliantly. What a difference! Very happy at outcome.

Aerial sticks up close to vertical, but reception is fantastic.

All that is left to do is to remove the silver trim around the radio unit, garage door storage unit and silver plastic trim by start button and carbon wrap at the weekend. I'll post pics sometime over the weekend when complete.