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Old 12-29-2012, 10:41 AM   #22
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I would like to note an error in prior documentation that needs corrected for later year applications.

A running change was made in the clock spring that affects pin outs. I don't have enough wiring diagrams to determine the year that this change was made. It may be prior to 2005, I don't know. In any event, my 2007 clock spring uses pin 3 to feed battery positive power to the steering wheel cruise control switches. It is not pin 6 in a 2007 Focus, as might be assumed from reading the posted wiring diagrams and tables. The color of the pin 3 wire is still green with yellow stripe, so folks splicing wires based upon color and ignoring pin#'s should have no issues. Of course, a green-yellow color is also used on both sides of the brake switch and this doesn't help much lol.
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