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Car heater my heater wont run on settings 1 to 3 but when i put it on setting 4 the 30 amp fuse keeps blowing each time i change it

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    Thanks drcool, it seems like youre comment could be spot on !

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I think you have a short in your blower motor. the resistor block which reduces also your speed could have damage also from the short of your blower.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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