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^will do. i thought about it but i was thinking that they would work separately

i just didnt have enough time today since i had to work. so ill get up on this asap. thanks casey
 

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I would think they're separate as well, but I don't think anyone's ever taken a clock apart to trace the internal leads.
 

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this is from euro ford ka, i have one of these not fitted ,funky clock with multiplug.
 

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how about this one out of euro ford mondeo mk3?
 

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Any idea of how to do this without the plug and pigtail into the back of the clock? I have all of this lovely Euro sitting in my garage and I want to hook it up! I'm obviously not much on electrics lol!
 

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Discussion Starter · #47 · (Edited)
for some reason first one had color coded wrong i got it from ford.

here is simpified version.
this only applies only if you have harness attached.

 

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You can confirm all the connections with the way I did mine if you'd like.

EDM clock (includes alarm LED)
1 gn/ye ignition power (from radio harness)
2 bk/ye ground (from radio harness)
3 blank
4 og/bk illumination (from radio harness)
5 bk/og LED ground
6 og/ye LED power

EDM hazard switch (no alarm LED)
1 blank (transfer harness wire to EDM clock pin 6)
2 blank (transfer harness wire to EDM clock pin 5)
3 blank (same as stock)
4 bk/og (same as stock)
5 bk/og (same as stock)
6 og/gn (same as stock)

That should do it.
Just followed this - Thanks Cayse. Euro clock and hazard switch working well with the correct bezel.

It's easy to find the parts on eBay, but the clock plug can be more difficult. You can get one new here:

You'll still need the pins to finish the connector (if I find the part number, I'll post it). The USDM hazard switch plug works with the EDM one, just ensure you get the correct Euro hazard switch for your car. The earlier switches run all of the turn signal wires through the switch, the newer ones do not and they are not interchangeable. It's easy to tell which you have. The style quoted above is a 6 wire plastic switch. The earlier style has a big metal heatsink and a large wire loom.

Clock: 98AB-15000-CCW
LHD Radio Bezel: 98AB-A046A04 (there are various finishes/part numbers, but this will point you in the right direction)
Hazard Switch (old style): 98AG-13A350
Hazard Switch (new style): 2M5T-13A350

Hazard switch isn't needed, you can just remove the LED plastic on the US one.
 
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