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DTRL and front parking sensors


jodyjones1982
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Hi guys

 

Picking up my 12-plate Titanium Focus tomorrow, just wondering if any of you have any suggestions regarding fitting front parking sensors (colour-coded) and Daytime Running Lights (the ones in the headlights, not the grill).

I'm not doing it myself!! I'm looking for someone in South Wales to do it for me professionally, somewhere near the Aberdare area but anywhere between Cardiff and Swansea would be fine.

If you know of someone I could get a quote from, or have any ideas, itd be very much appreciated!

 

Thanks!!

Jody

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The only Ford headlamps with DRL's are the high-spec lamps with xenon headlights. To be legal you'd need headlamp washers and self-levelling sensors fitted as well. Think you'd find it a very expensive option to be honest.

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1 hour ago, Jollyandy said:

The only Ford headlamps with DRL's are the high-spec lamps with xenon headlights. To be legal you'd need headlamp washers and self-levelling sensors fitted as well. Think you'd find it a very expensive option to be honest.

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Wow...I didn't expect that!!

Thank you Jollyandy, I think you've saved me a few quid there!

I assumed the wiring loom would already have a connector available for the strip of LED's to sit under the headlamp, but having looked at some of the guides on here and aftermarket kits available, I can see why the "in-grill" DRL's are more popular!

I also didn't realise the sensors were self-levelling, I assumed they worked on a 90-degree peripheral vision kinda thing!!

Pick up the vehicle this afternoon/evening :-) :-)

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