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raise and support front of vehicle, remove radiator grill, remove the headlamps, disconnect the wiring from the indicators and fog lamps.
undo the screws holding wheel arch liner to front wings (1 each side) and the screws (3 each side) securing the bumper to the wings.Release the 6 securing clips from the top of the bumper cover and the 3 from the bottom. with someone helping, pull out the sides of the bumper and slide forward. Fitting is in reverse order
didnt know they made a ford focus in 1956 ,they still made the MK1 zeyphr and zodiac then the ford consul didnt come out till till 1957 ,so i assume its a modern focus and to change a mirror is a simple job just pull the triangular trim off the inside of the door at the back of the mirror and you will see three screws ,you should be able to unplug the multiplug without taking the door panel off undo the screws and the mirror come off .
Check this guide as reference for solve ypur problem; this is one DIY about replace Wing Mirror... 1.- Disconnect your negative battery cable, if your Ford Focus has power side mirrors. If it has manual side mirrors, disconnecting the battery is unnecessary. 2.- Pry off the wing mirror's inside sail panel (shaped like a triangle). Insert a trim panel tool between the door skin and the plastic panel to pry it off. 3.- Carefully pull the sail panel away, minding the wiring if the mirror is power-operated. Unplug the electrical harness and set the panel aside. 4.- Open the door and hold the outside part of the wing mirror steady. Remove the mounting bolt with a socket wrench, and then remove the mirror screw with a Phillips screwdriver (the mirror bolt and screw is visible with the panel removed). 5.- Pull the wing mirror assembly from its mount (from the outside). Insert the replacement mirror assembly in place; tighten the bolt and the screw. 6.- Attach the wiring connection to the replacement mirror. Position the sail panel in place and push it against the door to snap it back on.
Hope helps (remember comment and rated this). TY for using Fixya.
no problem its as easy as falling off a log,just prise the small plastic triangular trim off thats on the interior of the wing mirror and a star screwdriver .that easy trust me .shouldnt take more than 3 minutes
take 2/mins remove internal triangular plastic trim and undo the three screws ,evan my mrs can do it when she goes to supermarket and has one broke by a passing trolly .then tells me she has lost 30 euros ,or or i find an extra item on my account at motor factors
hi from uk if the headlight assy is anything like some here in uk ie ford focus ? you may find there is a 3rd bolt tucked away out of sight this is probably located as on focus ? if you feel or use amirros? and look/feel on the inner wing between h/lamp and inner wing you may find a small bracket that is attached to inner wing ? and another on the lamp assy these 2 brackets are locked together with a 10 mm spanner/socket bolt approx 6 ba threaded unfasten and remove bolt the lamp will probably come out best to use 3/8 or 1/4 " drive socket+extention ?
hi you will find there is a small bracket that also secures the h/lamp assy it is attached to the inner wing between the head lamp and inner wing if you feel? or use a small mirror? you will need a 10mm socket/extension/+wratchet to fit the bolt which connects the inner wing bracket to the h/lamp bracket then lamp will come out ps you can replace h/lamp and indicator bulbs without removal of lamp itself
does the pump work [listen for small motor sound] when washer stalk pressed ? and still no water - then it might be a blocked outlet from the washer bottle. At the outlet there is a filter which blocks with deposits. the only way to get at it is to remove the inner wing, it's a plastic cover above the wheel and bolted to the wing. remove this [ you will need some small spanners & sockets 10, 11 or 12 mm] and one top [access from inside the bonnet area] remove bottle by pushing forwards and down.; pull out filter & clean