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Thanks again for your question! -BD Auto Pro Jimmy says: September 2, 2015 at 8:47 am Hi I have a 1999 Ford F-150. Actually blows on driver and passenger side vents only. If your car is equipped with dual climate control it may be a bad module, or a stuck blend door. I mean if I can smell it in the cab it must be leaking freon inside there right?
Loading... The next component to look at would be the fan speed knob in the HVAC controls and then the actual blower motor to make sure all the wires are connected properly Did you check the relays and fuses by visual, or by test light?
So my next car will probably be a japanese car (Toyota or perhaps a Honda) Please let me know if you find a cure for your problem! But the Auto Shop was unable to even... Try turn the heater to 'vent' or 'footwell' and see if the fans turn off after a minute or so. Ford Focus Radiator Fan Resistor Bypass Usually when you get different temperature air from different sides or areas of your car the problem is with your dual climate control system.
BlueDevil Pro says: August 11, 2015 at 3:33 pm Ryan- The climate control system in your car uses a series of motor controlled doors to direct air in the ventilation system. Ford Focus Cooling Fan Resistor Test a/c blows warm air. City State Non-US AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA GU HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MH MD MA MI MN MS MO Nothing can be felt thru the center vent.
Replacing the blower motor and possibly fan should get you back to having AC! weblink Most of the time that is due to a clogged cabin air filter. First, there should be a small drain hose in the bottom of your air box. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter 05-24-2010, 07:48 PM #5 Jboy1788 Focus Rookie Join Date: Jul 2006 Fan#: 37294 Location: Hoffman Estates Ford Focus Radiator Fan Switch Location
BlueDevil Pro says: July 27, 2015 at 2:00 pm Linus- Thanks for your question about the air conditioning in your Ram. First look at the fan fuse/relay. I had problem with my cooling system. http://sistemainmo.com/ford-focus/ford-focus-key-fob-not-working.php But after testing the relay, it is in fact, working.
Replacing that actuator is difficult as it requires the removal of a lot of the interior of your car so it may be best left to a mechanic. 2002 Ford Focus Cooling Fan Wiring Diagram Loading... Sign in Transcript Statistics 102,497 views 125 Like this video?
It just stopped blowing completely. Search Blog Search for: Subscribe Ask the BLUEDEVIL PRO Blog Categories A/C Stop Leaks Ask the BlueDevil Pro Cleaners Engine Sealers Fuel MD General Stuff Hydraulic Stop Leak Oil Stop Leaks What is probably happening is you are not getting any LOW speed cooling fan operation, when commanded by the PCM. 2004 Ford Focus Cooling Fan Relay Location At first, I thought it didn't work at all.
After I traced out, I found out that my cooling fan is not working properly. The problem sounds like it is with your blower motor, not your AC system. Password Human Verification In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained http://sistemainmo.com/ford-focus/ford-focus-abs-not-working.php Wiring problems can be a lot of work to chase down, but if you have patience and the right electronic meter you can do it.
when you turn the ac off and switch the setting to heat the air still blows cold, what can I do for that one? I was working on a small audi while it was running, I had a screw driver sitting on top of the engine, I wasn't paying attention and it slid down off You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. BlueDevil Pro says: August 12, 2015 at 9:42 am Kregg- We recommend checking the resistors first as they will often get hot and can burn out.
Is it important that the replacement plastic piece that I just put in is hot to the touch when I run my car? (like really hot - could burn you if Regional Forums | Register Account Ford Focus Forum, Ford Focus ST Forum, Ford Focus RS Forum > Ford Focus Tech Discussions > General Technical Chat cooling fans not There are a series of doors and flaps inside the vents in your Jeep that control which vent the air blows out of and whether it goes over the cooling coils, I am suspecting the electrical wirings between the cooling system and the ac system are the ultimate blame.
any ideas? Sign in to report inappropriate content. The fans are turned on and off, slow speed (via (i)another(/i) resistor pack in the shroud) or high speed by 2 relays in the engine bay fuse box. Its directly wired to the battery so if the temperature goes over ~90, even after the engine is off, the fans come on!!
Sign in to make your opinion count. Still won't turn on, Could it be the Blower Motor Assembly? avidtv184 108,648 views 4:24 How To Fix 2001 Ford Focus AC and fan problem - Duration: 3:01. BlueDevil Pro says: August 11, 2015 at 3:52 pm Louis- You may want to consider checking the blend door in your ventilation system.
what else could be the prob / what should i test for now??? 2001 5 spd zetec dohc w/ a/c Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter __________________ Kiolbasa For more information on how to track down the electrical problem, check out our article about that here: https://www.gobdp.com/blog/diagnosing-electrical-problems/. It sounds like the problem you're having isn't actually with the air conditioning system, but with your ventilation blower motor.