2000 Ford Focus 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 88000 miles
I started my car this morning (5 degrees outside) and went to turn on the heat and it would not blow out air. Someone told me to check the fuse in the power distributor box. I did and the Heater blower motor fuse was bad. I got a 30 amp fuse, replaced it and it blew as soon as I turned the heat on. I replaced it 2 more times w/ the same result. Is there anything I can do to fix this on my own? Thanks for your help.
Disconnect the connector at the blower motr and check if your getting too wires that are shorted together or if any of the power wires are shorted to ground. If you have any of the above symptoms youll have to check the harness. If not check the blower motor to see if its internally grounded causing the fuse to blow.
Anything else on that circuit besides the blower motor?