Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit Focus ST 2013-2018
- Cleans Up Engine Area
- No Permanent Modifications
- Includes Necessary Hardware
- Direct Bolt On Installation
Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit for all 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Focus STs.
One of the first modifications you can perform on your 2013-2018 Focus ST, without breaking the bank, is deleting the useless sound symposer system. Now you can easily replace the factory sound symposer system with Steeda's new sound symposer delete kit 555-3179 for a way cleaner, updated look.
Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit Features and Benefits:
- Cleans up the look of the engine area
- A direct bolt-on installation
- Includes all necessary hardware
- No permanent modifications; easily reversible
- Does not have adverse affects on other systems
*The Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit is not compatible with the 2016-2018 Focus RS.
This beautifully designed block-off plate allows you to delete the sound symposer tube from your 2013-2018 Focus ST. Best of all, Steeda's delete plate can be easily reversed back to restore factory function if necessary. The sound symposer 555-3179 delete kit includes all the required plates and hardware for a simple installation.
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The delete kit is pretty simple. It comes with a plate that goes on the engine side, an O-ring installed using factory hardware, a plug for the interior side, and a zip tie to tie the harness out of the way.
We'll start the install by removing the engine cover, give us a little more room to work. We'll start by removing the sound symposer tube from the engine side. Simply pull it off. It'll pop right off. Now, we'll remove the actual symposer itself from the front of the engine. There's 3 bolts that hold it on, 1 facing outward, and 2 here facing down. A small wrench is probably the easiest thing to get in there. Remove the symposer.
The block-off plates get installed where the symposer was facing upward. Make sure you have the O-ring going up into the intake. Now, we can remove the rest of the symposer tubing, as well as the valve. We're going to start by removing the battery cover here, again, give us a little more room to get down to the side. Disconnect the tubing from the valve and just pull it off. Pull it out from the CAL side. Now, we'll install the supplied plug under the CAL on the cabin side. The symposer valve's connected to the side of the battery box with 1 little Torx screw right here. You want to get up high enough so you can reach the harness here, so you can disconnect it.
You want to grab the harness for the sound symposer and just zip tie it up out of the way. Where it's going to land down there, it's going to be pretty close to your shift linkage. You don't want that getting in the way of that, so we're just going to tie it off, so it's safely out of the way. We can reinstall our battery cover, and then reinstall our engine cover, and our installation's finished.