Question about 2000 Ford Focus
The heater blower does not work
The blower resistor is the problem
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
The blower motor may not be working for a couple of reasons.....first, easiest, check the fuse. in the panel under the driver's side. If the blower used to work fine but then suddenly quit all together...check the fuse. If the motor only worked on say the highest speed when the other speeds no longer work then check the resistor which is located in the air box. It is put there by the engineers cause that resistor gets hot and the heat ultimately is the undoing of the resistor. so if only some of the speeds on the blower work...check the resistor....well replace the critter. You can do it yourself if you are built like a spaghetti noodle and have small girly hands. the parts isn't very expensive.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
You'll need to check the voltage coming out of the switch. If it proves to be okay than you'll have to replace the resistor block in the heater box, this is a small rectangular black plastic plate with four wires connecting to it. It should be located under the hood on the passenger side firewall. Remove the two 5/16ths retaing screws and remove the block. To replace reverse the order given here. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Under the dash on the pssenger side you will find a round blower motor approx 6" round.Remove the electrical harness from it by pushing in the clip and then remove the 5-6 screws holding it in.Installation is the reverse order.Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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