2012 Ford Focus. No air=I'm dying.

Asked by Jun 27, 2017 at 10:37 PM about the 2012 Ford Focus S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2012 Ford Focus the air/ heat stopped blowing and
the high beam and air bag light all came on
simultaneously. I can't figure out what caused all these
problems to happen at the same time. I got the battery
tested as well as the alternator and it all came out good.  
Any help would be appreciated!

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This sounds like a multi-faceted electrical nightmare. My first thoughts are that there is water infiltration to the engine compartment perhaps caused by a worn weather-strip seal. Without looking at a schematic (electrical diagram) of the car one or more of the associated issues may be on the same circuit. For the time being have a look at all the fuses in you engine compartment. There also is a smart junction box on many Fords located under the driver's dash area. Replace fuses as needed and have a local shop have a look at the car and give you an evaluation. Good Luck!

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