Question about 2000 Ford Focus
It's behind the radio and i know this cause i'm going to do the same thing you are. Hoping for heat myself .Of course you checked all fuses to to make sure .And i went and found another focus owner on another site that had posted some info go to Answers.com and ask How is the blower motor switch on a 2000 ford focus accessed .And it will tell you better then i can Also it seems that the resistors are known to cause issues with the heat and they are cheaper to fix and are only hiding behind the glove box .
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