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08-09-2004 01:07 AM
sieben replace resistor, better safe than sorry, last time I looked it was like $8. I have not seen this problem so much with the focus's, more with escorts and contours, but I'm sure ford hasn't changed the design too much. I know with the contours they actually had a problem with the wiring and had a recall on both. but no such luck with the focus. but when you change the resistor check the wire to it and make sure the connector isn't melted.
08-08-2004 04:03 PM
centers1d10t Its sounds like it is the blower resister, if your car has one. I know Mazda trucks were notorious for this same type of issue in the late 80's and early 90's. I would call your local dealer parts dept. and ask them to look this part up for you (I am almost certain that this will be a dealer item only probably $25-$50), and if your car does have a blower resister ask your parts guy if he has seen this issue before.
08-08-2004 03:47 PM
nilskje Resistor pack in switch
05-17-2004 11:30 PM
Ripinosu Don't use caps. I'm sorry I cannot help, but I'm interested in the solution also. Good Luck!!!
05-17-2004 05:54 PM
needin help
fan switch or blower relay

I HAVE A 2001 ZX3 S2 FOCUS THE FAN SWITCH ONLY WORKS ON 4 NONE
OF THE OTHER SETTING WORK ALSO WHEN THE SWITCH IS ON LEVEL 1,2,OR 3 THE AC COMPRESSOR WILL RUN ON LEVEL 4 THE AC COMPRESSOR TURNS OFF
WHATS BROKEN HERE I CAN REPLACE PARTS BUT CANT AFFORD TO GUESS

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