HOW TO REMOVE AND REFIT A MK2 FORD FOCUS HEADLIGHT

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WELCOME TO THE FORD CENTRE.WE ARE A FAMILY RUN BUSINESS,WE SPECIALISE IN GENUINE FORD PARTS.WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN WHAT WE DO HERE AT THE FORD CENTRE.

WE WOULD LIKE TO SHARE SOME OF OUR KNOWLEDGE ON HOW TO REMOVE AND REFIT PARTS FOR FORD CARS.WE CAN ALSO GIVE ADVICE ON ANY PARTS THAT YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE WITH.

HOW TO REMOVE AND REFIT A FORD FOCUS MK2 1998 - 2004

YOU WILL FIRSTLY NEED TO JACK YOUR CAR UP SECURELY AND YOU WILL NEED TO USE AN AXLE STAND FOR MORE SUPPORT.

YOU WILL NEED TO OPEN THE BONNET.YOU WILL SEE TWO 10MM BOLTS OR TWO TORX 30 SCREWS(YOU WILL NEED A TORX 30 T30 TO REMOVE THESE THIS IS SOMETIMES CALLED A STAR SCREWDRIVER).

YOU WILL NEED TO GO UNDERNEATH THE CAR AND LOOK UP BY THE HEADLIGHT AND YOU SEE A 10MM BOLT OR A TORX 30 SCREW.

YOU WILL NEED TO UNDO THE BOLT OR SCREW TO ENABLE YOU TO RELEASE THE HEADLIGHT.

FINALLY ONCE YOU HAVE RELEASED THE HEADLIGHT YOU WILL NEED TO DISCONNECT THE WIRE CONNECTIONS THE HEADLIGHT WILL BE THEN FULLY RELEASED.

CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE SUCCESSFULLY REMOVED A FOCUS HEADLIGHT.

HOW TO REFIT A FORD FOCUS MK2 HEADLIGHT 1998 - 2004

FIRSTLY YOU WILL NEED TO LINE UP ALL THE BOLT HOLES CORRECTLY.

RECONNECT THE WIRES AND CONNECTIONS AND TEST THE NEW HEADLIGHT TO ENSURE THAT IT IS WORKING CORRECTLY.

ONCE YOU ARE SATISFIED THAT THE LIGHT IS WORKING YOU WILL NEED TO PUT THE TWO BOLTS BACK USING A TORX 30,BEFORE YOU FASTEN THE BOLTS ENSURE THAT THE HEADLIGHT LINES UP WITH THE WING AND THE BONNET.

ONCE ALL OF THE SCREWS OR BOLTS ARE SECURED (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN).

FINALLY REPLACE BONNET AND REMOVE AXLE STAND CORRECTLY AND SAFELY THEN RELEASE THE JACK.

CONGRATULATATIONS YOU HAVE REFITTED A HEADLIGHT FOR A FORD FOCUS.

IF YOU REQUIRE ANY FURTHER ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL US AT INFO@THEFORDCENTRE.COM HAVE A LOOK AT OUR ONE STOP FORD SHOP,USE THE LINK PROVIDED.ONE STOP SHOP FOR LATE FORD PARTS

 

 

  

 

 

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