Question about 2000 Ford Focus
I wiried up my focus estate with the following no relays needed as the wiring is protected by the car fuses
pin 1.yellow/left hand indicator
pin 2.blue fog light
pin 4.right hand indicator
pin 5.brown/right hand tail light
pin 6.red/ brake lights
pin 7. black left hand tail light
connect these to the car wiring with scotch locks as follows/red/blue.right hand indicator/blue.left hand indicator,green/black,left hand indicator,red/green,right hand indicator,orange right hand light,orange and white,left hand lights, finally green/yellow fog light
hope this is of use to you all my lights are working and correct
Posted on May 20, 2009
You may need to take it into a ford garage as a lot of the newer models may need to have extra relays or modules fitted to protect the electronics
Posted on May 15, 2009
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