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Old 26-01-2009, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default Focus ST Xenon Headlights

I have a 56 plate Focus Titanium with these cheap style (ebay) headlights in. If i was to buy some 07 plate ST Xenon headlights would they work as a direct replacement?

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Old 26-01-2009, 11:41 AM   #2
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As long as you get the ballast units I dont see why not.

Failing that, fit some aftermarket HID lights into your standard reflectors. My fezza has them and they look the nuts at night.
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Old 26-01-2009, 03:53 PM   #3
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Hi
Thanks for the reply
I have the ST Xenon lights all complete but i couldn't get the Xenon part to work? Full beam/side lights and indicators worked fine just no Dip beam. Do you know if the wiring is different on the ST? my headlight plug has three pins less than the headlight.

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Hi
Thanks for the reply
I have the ST Xenon lights all complete but i couldn't get the Xenon part to work? Full beam/side lights and indicators worked fine just no Dip beam. Do you know if the wiring is different on the ST? my headlight plug has three pins less than the headlight.
Don't know much about the FST but thats most likley for the auto levelling feature. Does the lamp not light at all or flicker then go out? You may have to uprate the wiring as the Xenons take a large current at startup in order to ignite the arc.
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I have 5 sets of Focus LHD Xenon Headlamps avlailable.
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The earth is on a different pin u need to join them up
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