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Old 24-12-2009, 12:02 AM   #1
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Question 2000 Ford Focus Blower motor does not work at all

Yea I have read many forums and I have tried everything i know...I have replaced the heater resistor, took the blower motor fan out and tested it with a battery and it worked, also i checked all my fuses and i still do not have any air coming out the vents on any setting...If anyone has any advice it would be appreciated
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yea i got the switch pulled out i plan on getting another one come monday but if that doesnt work i dont know where to start...The car set up for three years before i decided to put another motor in it and everything works now but that...Will those switches go bad from setting up?
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You've established the motor works, now just check the earth from the motor to the body, or wherever it is earthed to is ok, maybe even try a seperate earth run to motor.
Check now for a LIVE at the switch that becomes live when switched igntion to position 2(normal driving), note the colour, switch the switch to spped 1 and see if there is is output on another wire, this will go to the resistor, check this for each speed, note the fastest speed setting is full 12v and may not go to the resistor as it bypasses it dirtectly to fan, if the wires are hot/live when switched to the resistor, then the problem must be between the resistor and the motor, losing all speeds, esp fastest is very unusual, it would be much more likely to be a connection problem at the motor itself, but basic fault finding will find it.
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You've established the motor works, now just check the earth from the motor to the body, or wherever it is earthed to is ok, maybe even try a seperate earth run to motor.
Check now for a LIVE at the switch that becomes live when switched igntion to position 2(normal driving), note the colour, switch the switch to spped 1 and see if there is is output on another wire, this will go to the resistor, check this for each speed, note the fastest speed setting is full 12v and may not go to the resistor as it bypasses it dirtectly to fan, if the wires are hot/live when switched to the resistor, then the problem must be between the resistor and the motor, losing all speeds, esp fastest is very unusual, it would be much more likely to be a connection problem at the motor itself, but basic fault finding will find it.
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Got it figured out thanks for all the help...Turns out when the car set up for three years someone robbed the fuse from under the hood and i just didnt notice it. Thanks everyone
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