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Old 09-27-2005, 10:00 PM   #1
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Question Question for those with MAC White Face Gauges

When you install the white face gauges is it required to peel the old gauge face off?

Also, if you have any helpful advice, please give it...

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Old 09-30-2005, 04:48 PM   #2
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Re: Question for those with MAC White Face Gauges

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When you install the white face gauges is it required to peel the old gauge face off?

Also, if you have any helpful advice, please give it...

Thanks in advance..
I'm not sure about the Focus, but I installed MAC white face gauges on my 01 Mustang, and I had to peel off the old cover. It was an easy install though, I would assume the focus is the same.

Here is the how-to I used when I installed my mustang gauges...(Good read with tons of pictures)

http://www.stangnet.com/reviews/macgauge.html
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no you need to leave on the old gauge face. to power it use the headlight fuse, can't remember the #. then just ground it to a bolt on the fuse panel. then when you turn on ur headlights, the gauges will light up
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^^ That would fuse #47.
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