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Old 05-09-2010, 10:52 AM   #1
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Need a wiring diagram

For a 2004. For the cruise, or actually just the wiring to the clockspring if anyone has it. The diagram I have is for a 03 and it has 7 wires and mine has 8. Just need to make sure whats what before cutting.


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Old 05-09-2010, 04:05 PM   #2
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From 2004 Ford Focus Wiring manual
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2003 Focus 2.0L Zetech Speed Control Installation [after sale install guide]

From what I been able to figure out is the 2003 has the horn switch wired into the Steering wheel / speed control switch for a total of 3 clock springs

The 2004 has 5 clock springs

The 2004, the horn switch has two clock springs just for it self
Horn switch: from horn relay is Black/blue wire goes to clock spring
clock spring connects to horn switch from horn switch goes to clock spring and the wire from that clock spring is Black / white which eventually goes to ground.

For the cruise control there are three wires
White wire from speed control servo
Green/yellow from fuse 53
and brown wire going to speed control servo

But I only have schematics not wiring diagrams

You need to go down to Radio Sh*ck or hardware store and get multicolored cable ties and tie a different color to all the wires and make a map
I do this all the time
Some technician from my company didn't do that and fried a $100,000 instrument-he was fired.

Be aware a cruise control installed at the factory and a cruise control added after the sale have two different wire harnesses

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Here is something weird. I have all the wiring inside for cruise. Clockspring, pedal switches, and all connectors, but I dont have the big connector under the hood to go to the servo. Where to those wires go? Are they there in the harness and I just need to find were they end or what?
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From the 2003 installation instructions

The servo is mounted on the firewall and the 'big connector is integral with it.

From the 2004 Focus wiring manual

The 'big connector' has ten 'contacts' but only 8 are used

Please tell what transmission that you have (manual or automatic)
Next response if needed (wiring differences)
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Brown plug is for cruise and cruise only. It is possibly to remove that plug and the large connector at the servo will be gone too. That's how I have my car right now. Not terribly hard to do.
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Ah ok so maybe i can just go find the wiring from the wheel well to the servo from the junkyard and be good.
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1.5 hours at the junkyard and 6 dollars later I got her all wired up. Thanks for the help guys.
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