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Where is the dimmer dial wheel on a Ford Focus?


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2009-12-01 15:10:10
2009-12-01 15:10:10

In the steering column.

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On the dash left of the steering wheel.

dial right hand side of the steering wheel

If you need to know that. You should not be behind the wheel.

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