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raise and support front of vehicle, remove radiator grill, remove the headlamps, disconnect the wiring from the indicators and fog lamps.
undo the screws holding wheel arch liner to front wings (1 each side) and the screws (3 each side) securing the bumper to the wings.Release the 6 securing clips from the top of the bumper cover and the 3 from the bottom. with someone helping, pull out the sides of the bumper and slide forward. Fitting is in reverse order
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.
If you know which wires they are, ask an electrician to "but-splice" the wires back together.
Or if you think yourself wise enough to handle the situation, go buy, wire-strippers, **** splices and a crimper for those wire splices.
MAKE SURE YOU GET THE RIGHT SPLICES FOR THE GAUGE WIRE.
Strip the ends of either wire(you only need to strip about a1/4 inch), twist them CLOCKWISE, place them in the **** splice, and crimp the ends, and PRESTO! wire has continuity.
Make sure you splice the right wires together, or you will have blown fuses, and things not operating correctly.