Question about 2000 Ford Focus
I am trying to get to my window in the driver side window because it stopped working and when I went to remove the clip, there was no clip in the crank.
So the crank handle just came off? There is a clip. you didn't look hard enough. You have to put the clip tool behind the handle and push down to get the clip out. To see it you have to pry back on the door panel and use a flash light.
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: FORD FOCUS ELECTRIC WINDOW
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Posted on Jun 26, 2008
Just took one out last night. It also was stuck. Had to use small pry bar to get off the front mount. Sprayed the mount with PB blast to help. You do have to use some force, becareful not to break any electrical connections. Once the front mount was free, I had to pry up on it using a small hatchet. Only thing that would fit and actually be able to pry. The alternator became twisted from prying only on one side, so I used a block of wood and tapped it back straight. It finally released from the mounts and came loose. Then the fun begins in trying to actually get it out. Had to disconnect everything around it, took two people and alot of twisting and turning. Not looking forward to getting it back in. Removal took over 2 hours.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
look on internet for alldata disk but evan then they dont always have them,reason for this ???easy,,, to stop people like me from by-passing the immobiliser when the battery goes flat or someone loses the key as its a nice 200€ earner to release the immobiliser for the dealer only job.check the big fuses under the bonnet for corrosion on the legs.and check for dodgy earth somewhere .grease all teh contacts with a bit of vasiline
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: Ford Focus
Exactly the same problem.
2000-2003 Focus vehicles may exhibit a noise from the right halfshaft support bearing.
Due to the way the driveshaft is designed there is central bearing on the the shaft. On the front drivers side it has the tendency to hum at speeds over 40mph. This is the first sign that is the bearing is going. According to Ford it can be quite common in cars of 50-60k plus. If you don't notice the hum (I didn't really) you will eventually start to get a ticking/crackling noise at speed, which will gradually get worse and take less travel time to get going. Eventually the bearing will just seize, so it is worth getting it sorted.
Unfortunately even private mechanics will have to source the bearing, which isn't cheap, so it will cost around 125-150 quid at the garage to fix. It can be a pretty fiddly job, as the whole driveshaft needs to come out (not easy in high mileage cars due to build up of grime etc), so I wouldn't attempt to replace at home unless experienced.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
You will want to find out if you are not getting spark or not getting fuel.
If no fuel, then bad fuel pump, plugged fuel filter, or bad fuel pressure regulator, or bad fuel pump relay.
If no spark, then bad crank sensor, or ignition module, or coil packs.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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