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howey90

Help Focus Heater

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Hi new on hear i have just purchased a focus elle 03 to day and the heaters not working or a/c button not lighting up and the cluster on the steering wheel to change vol isnt ithere i have changed the fuse but no luck any one have any ideas ?

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Hi welcome :)

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Could be anything. Short circuit in loom. Seized blower motor or a/c pump etc

Blue blooded

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Im geting 12v to the switch but as soon as i turn the heater on it pops the fuse is there any way to test the switch with a multimeter?

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Looks like a short circuit after the switch

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Its ok now found it was the motor seized so removed it and wd and copper slip sorted it out good as new now

And thank for taking the time reply

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That's a result. For future reference euro car parts do blower motors pretty damn reasonable pricing

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Yep was a cheap fix but if its done it once it will do it again so ill keep euro in mind thanx for that info

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