2012 Ford Focus MyFord Touch Performance Upgrade

2012 Ford Focus MyFord Touch Performance Upgrade finally came, here is an unboxing video of it, if you have any questions just let me know.

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Ford Focus Stereo Upgrade (Basic Stock Radio)
Please like, Favorite my videos and subscribe to my channel!!! In this video I help explain exactly how to upgrade your low end stock stereo in a 2012+ ford focus/any other car with the same stereo that Ford makes. It is very simple and user friendly when it comes to making all of the settings. This build includes: AudioControl LC2i Kicker zx700.5 Kicker 65.2 component speakers Kicker 12" CVR w/ best buy sub box. Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Brown Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Violet Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Orange Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Green Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown/White Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Blue Everything sounds great...





2012 Ford Focus Transmission Failure While Driving [DANGEROUS]
I bought my wife a brand new 2012 Ford Focus SEL in the Fall of 2011. Since the day we've bought the car, it's had strange transmission issues. It hesitates when shifting, and jerks constantly when taking off from a stop or shifting lower gears. We had it checked out just a few months after buying it, and were told that it was "as designed." Whatever.. So we've dealt with the annoying transmission issues until now. On August 24th 2014, while driving down a busy highway, the car transmission completely shut off on me, resulting in a complete loss of drivetrain power. I was left stranded on the highway for 30 minutes, until the car started back up and seemed to have healed itself miraculously (check engine light went away, and ignition started). I suspect the Transmission Control Module needed to reset. I drop the car off at Tomball Ford in Houston, TX the following morning, and it is left there the entirety of that week. I got a call on Friday August 29th, telling me to come pick the car up. The service technicians drove it around all week, and could not duplicate the issue, nor was there a log of the CEL in the computer (Ford not logging catastrophic failures?!). I resist, but ultimately have no choice, as Ford refuses to replace the part without a service department duplicating the issue. Fast forward to today (September 7th). We've had the car back in our possession for just over a week, and the same exact thing happens. Complete loss of drivetrain power, leaving my pregnant wife, myself, and my 1 year old daughter stranded just off a major highway in NW Houston, TX. Thankfully, we avoided any accidents as we were able to exit and coast to a complete stop in a shopping plaza. After waiting for a tow truck, the car is dropped in our driveway at home later that day (dealership doesn't accept night drop-offs, further adding to our frustration). We try to start the car in our driveway, and it starts right up, with all check engine lights turned off. Essentially, the same exact issue we experienced the first time around. I suspect the Transmission Control Module is failing, but is able to reset itself once it sits for a period of time. You can imagine how frustrating it is to have this catastrophic issue, but have the car reset it's CEL before we can get it to the dealership, making it impossible for a dealer to duplicate the issue unless they drive my car for huge periods of time, inconveniencing my family, and costing me huge sums of money in rental fees. FORD, FIX MY FAULTY FOCUS TRANSMISSION. MY FAMILY IS AT RISK. IF YOU CONTINUE TO IGNORE ME, I WILL MAKE THIS VIDEO VERY, VERY POPULAR. [SUBSCRIBE] http://tinyurl.com/zb6vwpo [FACEBOOK] https://www.facebook.com/Garzilly [TWITTER] https://twitter.com/Garzilly [INSTAGRAM] https://www.instagram.com/Garzilly -- [CAMERA SET UP] Canon XF100 Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun Mic Joby Gorillapod Drone: DJI Phantom 3 Professional [OUR OTHER AWESOME VIDEOS] Surprise Kitten Rescue! - https://youtu.be/_qlbGwkCiDY My Dad Got Married - https://youtu.be/EHk5_qOUC34 How My Daughter Came To Be - https://youtu.be/lT5m0TwaFyU A Year Ago Today - https://youtu.be/Q2zo6d1KbQU Completely Debt Free! - https://youtu.be/ejmlRaq_tRg Ice Bucket Challenge Gender Reveal - https://youtu.be/V80jCKw44FA





2012 Ford Focus PowerShift Transmission
2012 Ford Focus PowerShift Transmission. Sorry about the length, see of you notice anything special.... Any Questions Please Ask





2012 Ford Focus CRASH TEST
http://www.youcar.tv The rating of the Ford Focus has been upgraded from 2011 to 2012. The car is unchanged and test results have been carried over from the previous year. The 2012 rating reflects the performance of the Focus against Euro NCAP's latest requirements. Adult occupant The passenger compartment of the new Focus remained stable in the frontal impact. Dummy readings indicated good protection of all body regions for the front passenger, and for all body regions except the lower legs of the driver, protection of which was adequate. Ford demonstrated that a similar level of protection would be provided to the knees and femurs of occupants of diiferent sizes and to those sat in different seating positions. Protection of the pelvis was adequate in the side barrier test and was good for all other body regions. In the more severe side pole test, chest protection was rated as marginal but was otherwise good or adequate. The seat and head restraint provided good protection against whiplash injuries in a rear impact. Child occupant The Focus scored the maximum points available for the protection of the 3 year child in the frontal and side impact tests, and lost only a fraction of a point for the 18 month infant. A switch is available as an option which disables the passenger airbag, allowing a rearward facing child restraint to be used in that seating position. The test cars were not equipped with the switch and no assessment was done. Labels warning of using a rearward-facing child restraint in that seating position without first disabling the airbag were not available in all European languages. Pedestrian The protection provided by the bumper to the legs of a struck pedestrian was predominantly good. The front edge of the bumper offered good protection in all areas tested. In most areas likely to be struck by a child's head the bonnet offered good protection. While protection of an adult's head was also good in places most areas tested were rated as poor or marginal.




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