Ford Focus electrical problems

My 2000 Ford Focus has an electrical problem. The wipers, ventilation and windows have stopped working. I can't find a blown fuse. Any ideas?

Asked on 18 May 2016 by sirterrytibbs

Answered by Honest John
They must all be on the same canbus power circuit. No point in simply replacing the fuse without fixing what caused it to blow. Might be a failed heater fan motor.
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