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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-14-05, 01:02 AM
bigowb
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heater blower only works on high setting

I am aware of other post about the blower only working on high,but none of
the links work. I want to fix it myself,I think it is the thermal fuse.
Can someone please give me some working links or a description of what I
need to take out to get to it? I have a 2003 focus zts. Any help would be
appreciated. I can't use the a/c because it only works on the lower fan
settings and it has been in the 90s lately.

 
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-14-05, 12:01 PM
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Re: heater blower only works on high setting

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<512a3d7685d0e50efe5154aaa08972ac@localhost.talkaboutautos.com>, bigowb
<bigowb@sbcglobal.net> wrote
>I am aware of other post about the blower only working on high,but none of
>the links work. I want to fix it myself,I think it is the thermal fuse.
>Can someone please give me some working links or a description of what I
>need to take out to get to it? I have a 2003 focus zts. Any help would be
>appreciated. I can't use the a/c because it only works on the lower fan
>settings and it has been in the 90s lately.
>



Answered a few days ago in this group - the news archive has a copy at:

<http://groups-beta.google.com/group/...rowse_thread/t
hread/d3f8f824445fd5c0/ef3fd85dc25d2ecb?q=Re:+internal+blower%2Ffan+dont+
work&rnum=1&hl=en#ef3fd85dc25d2ecb>

Circuit/thermal fuse details at
<http://www.amacleod.clara.co.uk/focus/>
--
Alan
mailto:news2me_a_2003@amacleod.clara.co.uk
 
post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-19-05, 11:01 PM
Wass330
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Re: heater blower only works on high setting

Dude, the reason the fan only works on high is because the resistor is
bad. Call the ford dealer, get the part -- like $10. It mounts under
the dash on the firewall on the passenger side. You won't likely find
it by looking at the system wiring -- just know that it is a flat
plastic piece, mounted by a screw or two I believe, with the plug into
it.
Best bet, buy the replacement first so you can recognize what it looks
like. Screwdriver, flashlight, $10, and like 10 minutes tops and
you're golden.

 
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