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davyr

Ford focus

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First of all hello guys as i am new to this forum.

I have a problem with my 2004 ford focus 1.6 zetec air conditioning,when the air conditioning is turned off and i put the heater blower on it pulls in the magnetic clutch and activates the air conditioning but when i turn the blower to zero it deactivates the magnetic clutch on the airconditioning.The light on the control panel does not light up either any suggestions guys would be much appreciated.

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If it's of any help mate ; mine is a 2005 MKII focus and if in particular I have it set to blow on the windscreen and the aircon is ON e.g fan switch to position one and then I switch to position 0 then the aircon is turned off , switch it back on to position 1 again and the aircon comes back on ; this is normal behaviour for the MKII

chers Pete

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This is normal on the later focus' as far as I'm aware, however its irritating if you don't want the aircon to come on.

There is a method of stopping it doing this by disconnecting something, but I'm unaware how to do this. A quick solution would be to select the footwell and window instead of only window, as that'll stop this happening.

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This is normal on the later focus' as far as I'm aware, however its irritating if you don't want the aircon to come on.

There is a method of stopping it doing this by disconnecting something, but I'm unaware how to do this. A quick solution would be to select the footwell and window instead of only window, as that'll stop this happening.

That's what I normally have mine set on as you say it stops this happening

cheers Pete

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