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Fan not coming on blowing fuse.

Temp go above normal coolant fan not working i checked the fuse on the passenger side under the hood it was blown i replaced it,it blew that one also. i straight wired the fan it still don't work. i think something is staying hot,the reason it is blowing the fuse.

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If you put 12 volts directly to the fan it should run.there is a fan switch that drives the relay that is driving the fan.
the fan could have shorted,and taken out the relay. if the relay got hot enough to disform,the 12 volts that drives the coil could be internally shorted to the contacts that give 12 volts to the fan.
check the wiring carefully especially if the car has been in an accident before.poor workmanship could result in wires shorting to the car body

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