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2011 FORD FOCUS donut, don't know recommended psi

I haven't had too much experience with donut tires, and besides knowing that I need a full size replacement VERY SOON, I am trying to figure out what PSI I should pump the donut up to. Mind you, it is 4 degrees outside here in michigan, and I don't know if the snow and ice would effect said psi. ETC

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Its in your owners manual and stamped on the side of the tire. Most recommend 50 or 60 psi.

Posted on Jan 24, 2014

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The replacement bulb for the headlight in you Focus is a 9003. There are several variations to this number though. For example GE/Sylvania has a 9003CB--CB standing for "Cool Blue", 9003XV--XV standing for Xtra Vision, etc. Hopefully you plan on replacing both bulbs when you go to do so. You lights will not look like you have one old bulb and one new bulb and you won't have to worry about it going out on you at a bad time and costing you a traffic ticket. Hope this helps and have a great day!

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SOURCE: Fuse box on 2003 Ford Focus

It is on drivers side below dash mounted on firewall ,just left of brake pedal. There might be another one under hood, a black square or rectangular shaped box.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: tire size for 2002 ford focus hatchback

Your ford focus had options to wheel size, If you have the 15 inch wheel the original tire size is 195/60-15 and if you have the 16 inch wheel option your tire size is 205/50-16. Good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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SOURCE: My tires wear out very fast. My tires are 16's and

Have them inspected at a true tire shop. There are countless reasons why tires can wear fast. Inflation, suspension, belt issues, driving habits and on and on. They may be covered under a manufacturer warranty. Look into nitrogen inflation also.

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SOURCE: does a 2008 ford focus

that was an option, some have them and some don't

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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