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Re: 2002 ford focus
It is time for a new set of strut cartridges, the rebound is from these worn out cartridges they serve the same function as a shock absorber, use OEM parts if you want a stock ride, aftermarket struts are generally stiffer and give a harsh ride.
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Sounds like something is loose in your right front suspension. You need to get the wheel off of the ground and push it up and down, in and out to see if you feel something loose. Look for something broken or loose. If you can't, bring it somewhere to have it looked at.
The blower problem is caused by a blower motor resister pack. That resister pack is what causes the blower motor to have more than one speed. The other problems could be related to circuits that also connect to the resister pack or use a common ground but I'm not totally convinced of that. Remember, the speedometer is electricly driven (there is no cable from the transmission to the speedometer on this car). It could also be a faulty ground going to the radio/speedometer. Do the problems seem to happen when you hit a bump?