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The Ford Festiva is a subcompact car that was based on the DA platform and was initially equipped with the B series inline-four engines. The first-generation model was equipped with 1.1 or 1.3-liter engines, paired with the front-wheel-drive layout, and has rack and pinion steering, independent front suspension with struts, coil springs, a sway bar, and a torsion beam rear suspension. The model received a facelift in 1989, including a redesigned grille insert and tail lamp lenses, and was introduced in five trim levels: L, L Special, S, Ghia, and Canvas Top. The sporty GT and GT-X Ford Festiva were introduced, equipped with a unique twin-cam 1.3-liter engine (BJ), and featured a special body kit and a prominent bonnet bulge. The second generation offered two types of engines: a 1.3 L Mazda B3 I4 and a 1.5 L Mazda B5 I4. Transmissions included a 3 or 4-speed automatic and a 5-speed manual. The Ford Festiva was given a facelift in 1997, with changes including a new front bumper with an oval grille, reshaped headlamps, etc. The third generation served as a replacement, with the body style only available with a 5-door hatchback driven by a 1.3- or 1.5-liter engine.

The Ford Festiva, spanning different models from '89 to '92, has manifested two predominant issues concerning engine and heating performance. For the '89 model, users report an engine stall during idle. Strikingly, while the engine can run and maintain idle seamlessly, depressing the gas pedal triggers the stall, which instantly rectifies itself once the pedal is released, especially after a prolonged trip. Initial efforts to rectify this encompassed replacing and correctly gapping the spark plugs and supplementing the fuel tank with engine treatment. However, these efforts bore no fruit. Among the recommended solutions, a detailed cleaning of the air inlet tube, especially off the throttle body using a carb cleaner, emerges as vital. A thorough examination of the butterfly and its allied parts is also crucial. Other probable causes include diminished fuel pressure, potentially due to a defective fuel pump or clogged filter, and a malfunctioning throttle position sensor, the latter being especially likely if accompanied by an activated check engine light. On the heating front, especially noticeable in the 1992 model, the heat operates correctly on the floor and windshield vents, but bafflingly turns cold when redirected to the front vents. Despite this not being an initial issue, it can surface abruptly. At the heart of this problem may lie the temperature or mode blend door. It's thus imperative to meticulously inspect the control cables for potential disconnections or necessary adjustments. If the heater hoses are discernibly hot, the temperature door underneath the dashboard might be the origin of the issue. Moreover, some Festiva owners have noted that while the heater emits warmth solely from the floor vents, the air conditioning is exclusively relegated to the upper vents. Notwithstanding all the linkages and flaps functioning optimally, the core issue remained ambiguous. Delving deeper revealed possible suspects like a vacuum leak in the AC/heater mode control or a compromised control switch prone to damage or vacuum leakage. In a surprising twist, this peculiar heating configuration was intentional for specific Festiva models. The underlying architecture of the internal blower or diverter system limits the concurrent operation of defrost and front panel air distribution. This is attributed to the embedded baffle system connected to manual or electronic controls. This design limitation primarily caters to users' habitual preferences like activating defrost when the heat is on and a proclivity for warm air to be funneled to the floor, leveraging the fact that heat naturally rises. This design paradigm, evident in cars since the 1960s, persists today. However, the ever-evolving realm of automotive technology has ushered in recent models boasting increased versatility in vent combinations.

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