I've been away a lot for work and haven't much opportunity to enjoy my ST these last two months. When I last left for work there wasn't any snow, but when I came back there was. I've been driving around in the snow since Sunday, and today my heater wasn't blowing. I took it to Ford at lunch and they had a service bulletin about this known problem in the heater blowers. When it's cold they malfunction, blow the fuse, and cease to operate. Due to a buildup of snow and ice or something. I leave my vehicle parked outside so it will need to withstand and operate in 5 month/year subzero temps. It was -20 Celcius today, but it will get colder as winter progresses. I've left it with Ford and they will check to see if it's a blown fuse. Ford has a new cover for the heater blower that I guess eliminates the ice buildup problem. I'm imagining this part will be necessary for me. If they replace the fuse and I can drive it until the new part arrives, great. If not, it'll be courtesy car livin' for a little while.