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My v6 1999 grand am keeps blowing the ignition fuse. what could be causing this

It runs fine but when I put the heater on it blows the ignition fuse

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i have a very simalar problem my car wont crank at all but it seems as tho the fuses are alright but i dont know why but the car wont start at all but everything else works

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The blower resister can be bad. The high speed relay is fine since that works

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