Managed to get the unit out of car this weekend. However there is one identical to the port i am trying to attach but with different colour wires. Any further clarification would be appreciated! Pacific Accessory Corporation Brad said Thanks for posting this! I'ts not a refined luxury car but I find it more fun to drive. I have the same head unit. There are no photos because they're hidden behind the speaker mesh plate, you couldn't tell until you heard the factory speakers or looked inside. It seems that Ford possibly added them mid production run, as I hear that some 2007's do have them, my car was an early model of the production year and does not have one.
Post news about Focus from around the internet. Someone out there must know. When you pull the radio forward and look at the quadlock connector on the back you should find an empty slot in the connector, the white plug just clips right in. Even when the right wire only Grey and White Striped is connected sound only comes from the left speaker. Sure enough, I had a few spare motherboard serial connectors which happen to be arranged in the same 2 x 5 pins layout. Or could someone explain the best way to fit in the glove box. Want to learn more about Ford Motor Company? I removed the C block that was in the back of the radio it had a whole heap of wires in it but when i took out the quadlock the radio only had pins for the aux 5,6,11 and 12 was there for a mic connection.
This means the audio can be produced at a much higher quality. The cable I bought has the male part of the jack at the end. In this case, I adapted them to a 3. When I search for adaptor wiring I only find Sony, Kenwood, Alpine etc. The part that took the longest was purchasing the 3. To play music and other content from your iPod or Mp3 device, you'd simply connect the device to the installed auxiliary adapter. Hey guys, I have a 2006 Ford Fusion without a fortunate Aux port anywhere in the car it's not in the console like the manual states it is and there is actually an aux button on the radio itself.
The lead comes with all fitting kit three cable ties and plugs straight in back of stereo then all you need is a male to male 3. Yes, I have had a 2005 Ford Focus as my first car, and it still runs good. Great brakes, handling and acceleration is excellent for city driving and on the road. Thanks for your help again. It fits quite nicely and make the audio from the factory speakers much better. Its up to you on how much you value your music and audio.
Have you had any issues with them or caused by them? I would imagine you would just press one of the 1-6 buttons and away you go as they would be used to select a disc in the changer. I've heard that there is actually an aux port which is underneath everything but I'm just basically wondering what is the easiest way to hook up an aux cord to this car? Also the wiring, when unravelled, reaches exactly to the rear of the indent on the glovebox top where the 3. I used wire taps that worked perfectly. Regular Focus models use a 2. This means I am out of luck? I do treat my vehicles to the best tires, brakes, battery, lube and coolant without being asked.
After removing the junk holder, you can reach up inside the exposed hole and push on the trim bezel from behind to begin removing it. In states with strict emissions requirements, a 130-hp version is installed. I have ordered 4 x removal keys for the audio head unit off Ebay. Round fog lamps are installed, and the fascia has a wide, low air intake. Note, these are inflated, rounded up. This is the one I remember being most simple though. You can see I meticulously soldered and applied heat shrink tubing to all the connections.
Glad someone else found this little box - it's dead handy for those who don't want to upgrade their Ford head unit etc. Just bought a mk3 2003 mondeo diesel today! What signals should be on which pins? Ford says the Focus not only seats five comfortably, but it's also roomier than key rivals. To the point where id need to start opening things up and soldering things etc? Does anyone know if this barrel can be purchased separately or is only supplied as part of the complete cable kit i. Its on the back of the head unit. Attempts so far: Tried InCarTec Autoleads 24-220 'Aux-in to Ford Radio' adaptor lead. However, the barrel for the 3.
Seems that the post with link above doesnt apply to Zetec 2. I am trying to fit an aux port into my wifes ford focus 55 plate new model. I have same problem as John Baxter. Any help would be appriciated Thanks Hatty Click to expand. The backseat folds down to expand cargo capacity.
But it has a pretty decent amount of interior space for its size. Huge trunk that can take everything including the kitchen sink. I compared this Focus to several other small wagons and this beats out Passat, Jetta, Matrix, Subaru, Volvo and most small suvs for overall price vs utility. The 136-hp four-cylinder is standard. On the highway, it drives smooth at high speeds. I am trying to fit an aux port into my wifes ford focus 55 plate new model. Just fitted mine today - the port was free on mine, but I think your best course of action would be to undo the quadlok and swap the ports over.