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there is a fuse box under the dash on the driver side close to the door on the driver side up by the brake pedal at the top and there is one under the hood as while.

2000 Ford Focus | Answered 11 minutes ago

bubbly or foaming

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago

How may miles/kms are on your vehicle Kris? A slipping automatic transmission is a symptom of either low fluid or just plain ol' tired AT fluid. First, put it on level ground, idle in park until the engine is warm, then find the AT dipstick (near the rear of the motor on a RWD or nearer the driver side of a FWD vehicle. It should look somewhat like to the oil dipstick. Is it at the proper level. Is it clear & pinkish (newer) or dark & stinky like burnt (old and tired)?
If it's just low yet still pinkish... top it off WITH THE CORRECT ATF.
If it's dark and stinky... time for an ATF "flush"... check with your mechanic. With automatic transmissions, you can just drain and add fluid but that only changes about 2/3 of the fluid is trapped in a torque converter. If you use this method you have to do a drain/fill procedure with about a 10km drive in between to get the old/new ATF to mix and essentially better and better. This might cost you $80-$120 or so. Alternative: Find a nice neighbourhood mechanic. To ensure that all the fluid is "exchanged" with new ATF, some aluminum lines that go to the radiator cooling tank have to be tapped into and while the motor is running, new fluid is sucked in one pipe and the old stinky stuff comes out the other until its is the fluid runs clean. This would cost $150-$250ish. (I DON'T recommend a forced flush with cleaning solutions as this may loosen some chunks, bits and pieces that then get jammed in valves and small passageways). . Then... if you/re rich, you could take it to a dealer.
MY SUGGESTION: DON"T immediately take it to a dealer / oil change place right way. They often take of the cover plate then show you the dreage/gunk on the bottom of the ATF pan and maybe even show you some slivers of metal on a magnet that is on the plate then tell you... you need a new transmission. (Often these metal bits are remnanants from manufacturing/drilling OR some wear on the gears. Do a single drain and fill. Is the tranny still slipping ??? A fairly good site "Dummies" site that has some good instructions.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago

Have you taken to have a full vehicle scan of all the electronic control modules done ? The HVAC - heating ventilation & A/C control module is a computer that will set code's , Not for the check engine light . Guessing will never fix your problem , Hooking up a factory or someother professional scan tool in the hands of a professional technician will . One like the one in this video .
You have no idea of the complexity of the electronic's on your vehicle . The temp sensor you replaced is an input to the PCM - engine computer , the PCM shares the info from the sensor to the IPC - instrument cluster over a serial data network . What fan stay's running ? Do you mean the heater / A/C blower motor ? Not the radiator fans . Your vehicle has a blower motor controller an this have been know to go bad an the blower motor keeps running .

AC Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago

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Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago

They have a sealed for life system and there isn't one.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago

it is only one way from coming air...upper sides are distributed by holes it is not possible one side gives warm another gives cool....if one side totally blocked it has problem in this hole not with fan..

2008 Hyundai... | Answered 4 hours ago

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