All data is provided for entertainment purposes only, is subject to change without notice and is provided without warranty of any kind. This guide is for the European Ford Focus MK2 Facelift (Otherwise known as the Ford Focus MK2.5 in the Ford Community). On the inside of the car, there are not many differences, apart from the stereo, which is now more oval shape, and a completely new way to remove the stereo, from the Focus MK2. Once you remove the stereo and disconnect the wiring from your Ford Focus MK2.5, you WILL be required to insert a code when connecting the stereo back up to the vehicles wiring. Using your trim removal pry tool (Bojo), start by prying the lower edge of the fascia away from the dash-board. This can sometimes be a little tricky, and may take a little force to remove, but as long as you are using the correct tools (such as the Bojo Trim Tool), you will not cause any damage to the plastic trim. Now that you have removed the plastic fascia surrounding the stereo, you will now see four screws holding the stereo in place. The stereo should now be free (you may have to push two little clips on the left hand and right hand side of the stereo (you will only need to do this if you pull the stereo out at a bit of an angle).
All the wires you need are behind the stereo, no need to find an ignition or 12 volt feed, everything is plug and play. James Simpson University Graduate from Teesside, currently residing in the big city of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. I would check the speaker wires, and make sure they are seated properly in the quadlock connector. Have you pulled the leaver down, the quadlock has a little clip, you press this in, and then pull the leaver and the whole thing should then just slide out. This lead does no harm to the alarm – the standard stereo is like this, but will only cause issues if you are using an amplified antenna, which you would usually get with a Chinese stereo. I fitted a Alpine stereo to my 2008 Ford Focus and I suspect that it’s keeping my Instrument Cluster on constantly.

In the end I asked a local ICE installer well advised cutting the blue wire (powered aerial lead). Now, the chinese unit works great, plays all kinds of stuff, however doesn’t show anything in the instrument cluster. Is it at all possible, that joining these wires with the OEM wires on the car will allow the communication between the stereo and the car, and, in fact show something on the display on the instrument cluster?
You say that on the main connector there are CAN+ and CAN- wires…is there a way to utilise them with this stereo? Hi tom did you sort out your problem only i have same as you trim will not click back over small aircon buttons? I’m fitting a Parrot CK3100 LCD TO my focus and just wanted to know if its the SOT-092 or the SOT-092S I need. I have a parrot handsfree system factory fitted, my control for the radio on my steering collum does’nt work any suggestions? There is no easy way in doing this, as I have tried myself, the best and cheapest way would be to use a Parrot hands free device (MKi9200) to obtain this feature. After reading this guide and some of the comments, I purchased the PC99-X50 cable with a Pioneer patch to install my DEH-7100BT.
As far as I can tell, the PC99-X50 cable does not work in this instance, unless I’m missing something?
You can obtain this from your owner’s manual (usually on a business card sized card within the manual case), or requested from your local Ford Dealer Parts Desk.
These screws will mostly be Philips screws, but I have also seen Torx screws on the odd occasion. This is released by pushing the little clip on the arm down, and then pulling the whole away from the back of the stereo. Interests in the automotive industry and technology, and blogging about things which I feel would interest the readers of the world wide web.

I’ve changed my 6600 for single din Pioneer x6600dab and only one speaker works fine, rest is very bad sound? It really came in handy when I changed the standard 6000 CD Ford stereo in my partners Focus Style at the weekend. The new head unit I bought is a CD345-MCA Audiophile type, and as I know it does not have any built in amplifier. Had this issue for a couple of months thought it was the alarm, but now I have removed the stereo and for the past few days the instrument cluster shuts down normally. The car has bigger display with car computer on the instrument cluster and the stock CD6000 stereo displayed a station name there.
If I change it to the Sony Radio from the Titanium version, will it just be “plug and play”? I have just fitted an Aux cable and run it through to the glove box, was a piece of cake, but getting the fascia back on is not!
Remove and try again – make sure all the pop clips actually come out with the fascia, you may need a screwdriver to pull them out and put them back onto the fascia. Had it installed in my Hyundai Coupe (Standard ISO) and a Citroen C2 (Connects2 Patch Cables) before this, so I know it’s fully functional.
The facelift Focus can be distinguished by a face-lifted front end, which includes a new front grill design, modified headlight design, front bumper and other little tweaks.
And it can’t be because there are no wires on the quadlock connector adapter on the unit. Both the AC button and the circulation button are now set back about 2mm from the fascia…works fine but looks rubbish.

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