Question about 2000 Ford Focus
The internal controls knob does not change the air flow from the console vents or to floor heater. It is permanently routing the air through the defroster. I suspect there may be a problem with a vacuum line or such, if that is what controls the little baffles in the dash that routes the air this way or that. My Hayes repair manual that I'd picked up at the local Napa or Parts Plus store doesn't have a section for troubleshooting or examining this system. I really don't want to rip out the dash when the lines are located under the hood, or vise versa.
Yes vachum controls all the doors on it go to http://www.alldatadiy.com and buy a subscrption there for your car they will have all the parts location for you there, most likely the blend door vac. motor is bad.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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