I have a 1999 mondeo 1.8 Zetec - my power outlet and the first three setting on the fan for the air conditioning has stopped working. The handbook guide for the relays/fuses does not conform to the layout in the car. is the faut due to fuses/relays, if so, where are they as the main box is not the same as the manual (handbook).cheers
Country: United KingdomMake: FordModel: mondeo zetec 1.8 petrolYear: 1999Engine: 1796 cc Petrol
have checked fuses in teh fuse box but the handbook and fuse box do not match. I am stumped.
Hello, I hope I can offer you some assistance.
This will probably be 2 separate concerns, the fan fuse is different to the power point fuse. The fuse for the power point is fuse 27, fuse 23 also is for this if the 12 volt socket has a relay so check both. Below shows the fuse locations for the fuse box inside the car.
The usual concern with the fan only working on full power is the heater blower resistor failing. The full speed fan bypasses the resistor so this is why it works on full speed.
The resistor is located in the heater housing, it is on the passenger side as shown below.
The resistor is R21 you can see the fan housing just above this. Check the resistor wiring as well for signs of it melting, if this is the case a small loom is available to repair this. The fan fuses are 30 and 37 but these should be OK as the fan works on full speed.
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I have just been out to the car and he fuse box you have in your reply is nothing like the one in my car - the part number of the fuse box in the car is 93BG-14A076-EE. It contains 18 fuses and 11 relays. The layhout is not shown in the car handbook at all. Any ideas?
Hello again, is the fuse box you refer to in the car or under the bonnet? From your description you're looking at the fuse box under the bonnet is this correct?
Yes thats correct. It is at the front of the engine compartment on the near side.
Hello again, the fuse box you need to look in is inside the car. It is up behind the glove box, look up behind the glove box from the passenger footwell and you will see the bottom of it, there is a small pin that you pull this releases the fuse box so that it swings down to access the fuses. This is the fuse box that is in the image above.
I hope this clarifies things for you but if I can assist further let me know and I'll reply as soon as I'm able to.
Thank you - I never knew that that fuse box was there. All changed and working well. Banging!!!
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All the very best
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