Question about 2000 Ford Focus
The blowers have stopped working completley,
checked fuses - ok
replaced resistor - ok
Still nothing, I read another post with the same problem and the fix was a loose earth. Where would I start or find this earth?
Check for power at the blower motor. then check if it has good ground . ground wire is black/orange and goes through blower switch, then to ground. If you ground the black/orange wire at the motor and it works, you either have a bad blower switch or wire connection (I do not have a diagram for your car, this is based on a 2000 2.0 focus) the wire ends up at the left A pillar. black wire.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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