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By the blower motor,there's a resister,could be bad,usually 2 screws hold it on,can't tell by looking at if bad.Have to replace to see if that was the problem,but Autozone will take part back if it doesn't solve problem,need your year to look up location and repair guide.

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SOURCE: 2002 ford focus heater fan

Prob resistor on side of motor

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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SOURCE: ford focus 2003

also could be a bad ground wire on the fan had that happen a few times.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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SOURCE: heater fan only works on fastest speed

Your blower motor resistor has gone bad, it should be located next to your blower motor in the car, held in place with a couple of screws, remove it and replace it. The resistor is responsible for making the blower motor run at slower speeds than high or (4). Let me know if this helps.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford Focus LX 2.0L 2003: radiator fan not working

This can be caused by a few things. First, the fan motor may be burned out or the temperature switch may be malfunctioning so the fan doesn't engage. The thermostat may also have gone out which prohibits the coolant to circulate through the engine and radiator thus cooling your engine.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: how to fix heater on ford focus tried a new motor

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
cheers
big mike :)

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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How to fix heater on ford focus tried a new motor


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
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please let me know if this helps
cheers
big mike :)

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Heater fan only works on fastest speed


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