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Lights and fan blower motor speed decreases when idle steady

2003 ford focus,when holding the idle at around 1500 rpms the lights and the blower motor almost stop completely and lights almost dim completely,the alternator and battery ck ok at idle,on test drive it feels like someone is turning off the ignition,no codes stored in computer, thank you

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