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RickG

Member Since 08 Feb 2009
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In Topic: Fiesta Zetec 08 - Headunit Replacement Parts?

26 March 2013 - 06:58 AM

Hey Maxtek,

 

Yeah looks like you have a double din adaptor but need a single din adaptor for your headunit.  The clips you have fit on the edges of the fascia.

 

Good Luck :)


In Topic: Fiesta Zetec 08 - Headunit Replacement Parts?

25 March 2013 - 07:43 PM

Are there any clips that came with the facia, on the MK 2 focus (prevous car) it was basically the same as yours, but had 4 clips in each corner to hold the fasica and cage in.

 

Was the headunit exactly the same as the one above, or did you need 4 keys to get the headunit out?

 

EDIT: Sorry re-read your thread. I was under the impression you had the same headunit above.  Its basically the same as the MK2 focus, there should be 4 'U' shaped clips included with the fasica which clip on (be careful as they can bounce off, or fall down the hole!) these simply clip into the hole.  Put them on the fasica 1st (I glued mine on) and then push the fasica into the gap.  I don't believe you will need to unscrew the above screws.

 

Let us know :)


In Topic: Fiesta Zetec 08 - Headunit Replacement Parts?

25 March 2013 - 02:46 PM

There should be 4 screws that you attach the fascia onto (the ones that held the ford headunit on), then the cage fits into the hole (making sure you bend the metal strips to hold the cage in firmly.


In Topic: Ordered My New Focus Titanium X :-)

25 March 2013 - 12:39 PM

I would love a titanium X estate....so jealous of you all !!  One day...one day I tell myself :)


In Topic: Future Car Features

24 March 2013 - 03:50 PM

I would love to see Heads Up Displays become more common on cars, having common readouts on the screen, and also less analog dials and more digital.  I have torque on my phone and its great having all the stats of the sensors etc, think that would be nice to have built into a system for the car.

 

Another good feature, for estate users that have kids.  An extendable cover when you open the tailgate, to offer a good surface to keep you dry when putting buggies and shopping and such like.