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So I'll have to go on Monday. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. I have a 2000 Focus Judged: 2 2 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! I dont get home from work till dark and B. navigate here

HELP ME PLZ!! Would it be specific wires that run from the heater core to the "Heater Panel"? It is winter now, I either freeze or get overly hot. At first it worked great.

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I did a bit of research and found a Mondeo website describing the resistor pack as a white piece of plastic bolted to the bulkhead of the car behind the glovebox. I dropped the blower motor. Total bill was $85.

Rob Here trev2323 trev2323 41,245 views 5:40 How to replace a heater resistor on a Ford Focus - Duration: 3:52. Back to login Sections All Topix Top Stories Forums User Forums Business Tech Sports Entertainment US News Weird News Offbeat Stars! Share | Ford Focus Forums - How-To Archive - Ford Focus Gallery - Ford Focus Classifieds - FocusFest - Merchandise Store - Insurance Terms of Use LinkBack LinkBack URL About Ford Focus Heater Resistor Repair Total bill was $85.

Blower resistor (Ford Focus 2000) is located just behind the glove compartment. Ford Focus Blower Motor Not Working Incidentally, I'd read on the net that the new parts were black. Ron Richmond, IN #20 Jul 21, 2006 You can't check it. Roger wrote: How do i check to find out if my thermal fuse in heater is broken?

The heater fan would work but only in the highest (#4) position. Ford Focus Heater Switch Removal take it to a mechanic and have then blow it out. Would it be anywhere else in the car ? The thermal plate under the car has become loose and this causes an awful rattle sound when at stop lights.

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I removed the fan and motor and found that the motor was stiff to turn. Judged: 1 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! Ford Focus Heater Not Working At All About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! Ford Focus Heater Control Not Working Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter __________________ boom boom boommmmmm ppppsssshhhhh. 01-06-2009, 12:55 AM #3 jetrinka Focus Fanatic Join Date: Mar 2007

Note that passwords are case-sensitive. check over here Otherwise new is £170 plus from main dealer.Reply6 years, 1 week ago#7Replybargain buyerredted1977 It won't fail MOT for not working. Pepper Deals Ltd. So the companies "fixed" it so the temp gauge works more like an idiot light, e.g., notice how quickly the needle goes to "normal" one it gets into the range on Ford Focus Mk2 Heater Resistor

The fan was off in the first three settings. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.Close Get the HUKD app free at Google Play downloadAllDealsVouchersFreebiesAskMenuSearch ErrorAn error occurred when searching, please try again!AllDealsVouchersFreebiesAskCompetitionsFor Sale / I took the advice here and replaced the resistor pack behind the glovebox. http://win8s.com/ford-focus/ford-focus-heater-blower-not-working.html All Rights Reserved : Privacy Policy : Advertise Information Focus Fanatics Ford Focus Forum offers many fun ways for you to engage with other Ford Focus Owners from across the world.

Unit 2, 1-6 Bateman's Row London EC2A3HHThanks for your comment! Ford Focus Blower Motor Resistor Keeps Burning Out Trump Trade And Ford Motor Company Avis Budget Group Expands Consumer Car Sales Pr... any ideas?

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It is set in moulded rubber within the outer housing. ron Richmond, IN #19 Jul 21, 2006 Have it looked at by an auto repair shop. Share on Facebook Retweet this page Email this page Get notified about new defects, investigations, recalls & lawsuits for the 2001 Ford Focus: Unsubscribe any time. Ford Focus Heater Resistor Thermal Fuse City State Non-US AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA GU HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MH MD MA MI MN MS MO

Sign in 311 18 Don't like this video? Judged: 5 1 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! If someone knows, please help! weblink If its definitly a short you might wanna take it somewhere to get it looked at cause wire shorts are a bitch to find.

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter 01-06-2009, 11:32 AM #10 bluefront Focus Fanatic Join Date: Jun 2008 Fan#: 56816 Location: St Louis I returned the plug for a refund. Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! Ford should pay me to drive this car, its a hot, unsafe, unreliable death trap. - Steven G., Phoenix, AZ, USA Send Comment Add Complaint problem #6 Jun 012011 Focus ES

I took the glovebox off by it's hinges (three screws) and the cover behind that that covers the footwell vents (stupid plastic screws that needed to be forced off whilst trying Join Date: Nov 2008 Fan#: 60434 Location: People's republic massivetwoshits, United States What I Drive: 2004 svt focus EAP Posts: 3,170 Points 3,709, Level 38 Level Up 40% Completed Forum Activity Let me know at [emailprotected] if you get this fixed, im going today to see what the deal is. I'm now asking myself if I really want to bother taking more of the dash apart to fix it and buying God knows what other useless bits of kit from Ford.

I'm not saying that this isn't the answer to your problems but it certainly wasn't to mine. The fan assembly was plugged in while somebody held it tight as I ran it on the 4 setting. If this happens to you i found that just holding the button down will stop it from happening while driving but it is a pain in the butt...after a while it Any thoughts there?

I guess the bearing problem may return eventually, signalling the need to replace the fan/motor unit, but they are available on Ebay from £25 upwards (may have similar dodgy bearings), so Grateful for my friend that knows cars! - Jeremy C., Dayton, OH, USA Send Comment Add Complaint problem #7 May 012013 Focus ZX3 2.0L Zetec Manual transmission41,800 miles I live in Page 1 of 2 1 2 > LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes 10-29-2010, 10:08 AM #1 frankie420 Focus Rookie Join Date: Oct 2010 Fan#: 79973 Location: Burlington, VT