Asked by Sep 19, 2019 at 04:11 AM about the 2002 Ford Focus ZTS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Okay so my 2002 ford focus zts is over heating all
the time the fan does not kick on at all even when I
turn the ac on now I already got a new fuse and a
resistence box with the full wiring system and it
still does not turn on but the old fuze that was in
there was cracked and everytime I pushed the part
that was cracked inward the fan turned on but as
soon as I released it it shut right off any ideas to
the situation are much needed thank you in

1 Answer


If by moving the part, you make electrical contact, there's an electrical short/break there and it just needs to be fixed. You're fortunate that that's all.

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