pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
72,080 miles
Total Complaints:
3 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (1 reports)
  2. replaced entire window operating system (1 reports)
  3. stop putting 2 undercuts on spline shaft regulator (1 reports)
2003 Ford Focus windows / windshield problems

windows / windshield problem

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2003 Ford Focus Owner Comments

problem #3

Feb 162011

Focus ZX3 3.2L

  • Manual transmission
  • 69,241 miles


This part is far to much money to replace for a part that is faulty already and just waiting to happen as the new regulator asy. has the same problem.

- , London, Ontario, Canada

problem #2

Oct 142008

Focus ZX3 2.0L Dohc

  • Manual transmission
  • 85,000 miles

Why in the hell did Ford get Metal tm. to make the interior of this car? Every damn thing i touch breaks! Both window cranks, both door handles (interior and exterior), passenger seat, hatch release button, and thats just tha little sh*t thats broke on this car WTF its like they disigned this sh*t to break so we would have to keep buying replacement parts no wonder american car sales sucked so bad, logical ppl dont buy moni pits! I thought i would never say this about my car but Ford can mass produce sh*t better than China. Never buying a Ford anything ever again.

- , Durham, NC, US

problem #1

Dec 042007

Focus 2.0L

  • Manual transmission
  • 62,000 miles

So, my wife was rolling down her window in the winter to open the gate at her work. Now, she's no amazon woman, so it was surprising to hear that the entire handle broke off. Not just the handle, but the pin that goes into the nether regions of the door. Luckily, some guys at her work were able to help her force the window back up to keep the snow out. Since it was winter, we could survive with the window constantly closed, but eventually things started warming up, I had to fix it. Being a cheapskate, I was able to go down to the junkyard, find the part, and replace it myself. But it would have cost a LOT more if I took it to the shop. I couldn't just replace the pin, I had to replace the entire window-operating unit. Just a pain!

- , Orem, UT, USA

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