Question about 2003 Ford Focus
The r+r steps, and location of this blower motor for R+R
It's in the black plastic plenum under the instrument panel.
Blower Motor Removal
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: Heater Motor Replacement
you can remove it from under hood passenger side firewall unplug motor remove around 6, 5/16 screws remove air hose bottom if it has one pull out replace with new one or oil bearing in old one approx time start to finish 1 hr
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: heater blower motor
the heater blower motor is located undr the glovebox there are 3 small bolts holding it in place, 7/32 socket i believe after loosening these you will most likely have to move the wirring harness that goes through the floor to get the motor to drop down. after the you get the motor to drop down there is a large vaccum line that goes into the side of the motor gently pull this out be careful not to pull the other end of the vaccum line loose from inside the car. the is a power plug in the side of the motor that u will need to unplug to free up the blower. because it is hard to see the power plug needs to be pressed down on the top and pulled simaltaniously.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
Here's a picture to locate it..
So, when looking at the engine from above, on the right of the exhaust.
Procedure to replace it
1) Lift and support the front end of your car, or drive up on ramps
2) Get under the front of your car. The PCV Valve is located behind the exhaust manifold, a few inches below the valve cover.
3) Push up on the PCV valve to pop it out of the tube, or pull. You can get it out of the rubber tube with some effort.
4) Remove the rubber elbow from the top of the PCV valve. This can be re-used if it's not squishy. It can also be replaced cheaply.
5) Put the elbow on the new PCV Valve
6) Re-attach the elbow to the PCV tube
7) Push the new PCV valve back down into the large rubber tube
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
The heater blower motor should be located on the passenger side of the vehicle on the firewall should be rounded shape and has three wires going to it . There should be five screws that hold it in place.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
check the wiring to the reostat (the resistor that controls the fan speed) also check the reostat has not burnt out. (the reostat should be near the heater motor housing)
please let me know if this helps
big mike :)
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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