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Vents sswitching of vents from feet position to top position to demister position does not switch over only blows out main vents. need help to fix thanks bernard

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Sounds like you have a vacum problem.

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Vents won't blow hot or cold air. Comes from defrost and feet when you put fan on.


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SECTION 412-01: Air Distribution and Filtering 2001 Focus Workshop Manual DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Air Distribution and Filtering The new heating and ventilation system ensures even air distribution.
The temperature control and air distribution flaps are controlled by two operating cables. All vehicles have a recirculated air function, with the flap controlled by a servo motor.
Air is supplied to the windscreen and side windows regardless of the air distribution setting.
The clean air filter is fitted as standard in most countries. This cleans the incoming fresh air of pollen and dirt particles. It must be renewed after every 40,000 km under normal operation conditions, or after 20,000 km under difficult conditions. If no clean air filter is installed, a plastic grille is fitted over the air intake. This can easily be replaced with a clean air filter.
Air distribution operating switch
Face level The main flow of air enters the passenger compartment at face level.
Face level/floor level The main flow of air enters the passenger compartment in equal parts at face level and floor level, and a small amount flows to the demister nozzles of the side windows.
Floor level The main flow of air enters the passenger compartment at floor level, and a smaller amount flows to the demister nozzles of the side windows.
Demist/floor level The main flow of air enters the passenger compartment in equal parts at the windscreen and at floor level, and a smaller amount flows to the demister nozzles of the side windows.
Demist The main flow of air enters the passenger compartment at the windscreen and a smaller amount flows to the demister nozzles of the side windows.
Air distribution operating switch Air distribution operating cables
NOTE: The Bowden cables for LHD and RHD vehicles are identical. However, they are fastened to the air flap operating mechanism with the respective reverse side of their connectors.
The air distribution switch operates with two Bowden cables. The cables operate the air distribution valves in the heater housing.
To remove and install the cables, the rotary switch must be turned as far as it will go to the left. The air flap mechanism engages easily in this position, making the installation of the cables easier.
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Air Distribution Cable Control Assembly Removal
s1y~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01 .
  1. Remove the radio/cassette unit and the CD player (if equipped). For additional information, refer to Section 415-01 .
  1. Remove the bezel with heater/air conditioning controls.
  1. Remove the bezel with heater/air conditioning controls (continued).
    • Pull off seven electrical connectors (six shown).
  1. NOTE: To remove the Bowden cables, turn the rotary switches as far as they will go to the left.
    Remove the bezel with heater/air conditioning controls (continued).
    • Unclip the Bowden cables.
  1. Remove the lower driver's side footwell trim.
  1. Unclip and remove the air distribution Bowden cables.
  1. Unclip and remove the temperature control Bowden cables.
    • Unclip and remove the temperature control Bowden cables.
Installation
  1. NOTE: Route the new Bowden cables without kinks and check for easy accessibility.
    NOTE: To install the Bowden cables, turn the rotary switches as far as they will go to the left. The mechanism engages easily in this position.
    NOTE: The Bowden cables are identical for RHD and LHD vehicles, although they are fastened to the air flap operating mechanism with the reverse side of their connectors.
    Install the components in reverse order.
  1. Check operation of the Bowden cables.

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Faulty Fan Heater - The main vents are just blowing out cold air.


all cars have a recycled air weather its called max or just recycle its doing the same thing. So if your getting cold air in one spot and hot in another it means your vents are not blocking where they are suposed to. It could be just a simple fix, by getting into the dash where your vent controls are and looking at the flap that tells air where it can and cant go. if its stuck then it needs to be cleaned and oiled. If the cable is corrodend clean it and oil it so it can move freely, or just reconnecting it may be the fix. it sounds like you are going to have to be adventurous, and play with the mechanics of your vents. Typicaly theres really nothing tough there to work on, just REMEMBER WHEERE ALL THE SCROOS AND CLIPS GO. I have forgotten where a few went in the past and had to listen to sqeaking noises till I took it apart again. There are vent seals wich are no more than the weather stripping you buy at the hardware store the 1/8 inch thick tape. You may need to thin it down with a razor, usually not. but it works great for fixing the seals in car heaters, because its the same thng just a different color. Which no one will ever see.

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