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Thats going to be tough to troubleshoot. A fuse blows when the electrical load on that circuit exceeds the limit of the fuse. It could be a bad connection or moisture in a light socket among other things.
These items clock, radio, dash lights are usually fused on the same circuit. Please check the fuses for this problem. The fuse or fuses should be listed on the fuse box cover inside the interior fuse box. Replace the blown fuse if that is that problem. If it blows again, then the cig lighter circuit may be involved. Make sure the cig lighter is free of any objects, remove lighter, (push in part). Try new fuse while lighter is out, and if problem goes away, push in may be bad.
More then likely will have to replace fan motor, fan motor is weak and asking for to many amps to work, and that will over load and blow the fuse, if it was wiring the fuse would blow right away, replace fan motor.
Check your fuses. Any other lights, etc. that are not working? Usually the cigarette lighter is on the same circuit as the interior lights. Also check to see if it has come unplugged. Sometimes a piece of metal (gum wrapper, coin) might end up in the lighter cavity and cause the fues to blow. Owner's manual should help locate fuse box(es). Might be in more than one location...
mostly they have a thermal fuse in them that blows if too much of heat builds up in them and they have an improved blower moter thermal fuze kit for them i suspect thats the promblem....if thats the problem try to replace the thermal fuse