Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
2006 Sebring 40amp RAD FAN fuse blows out every time I plug in the low speed radiator fan. I already replaced the relays. When I disconnect the low speed fan and put in a new 40amp fuse the fuse does not blow out. What is the matter?
I imagine you should check for a short in the rad fan. A friend told me with my sebring it sounds like there is a short in the fan. The way sebrings are designed the front end is lower to the ground so snow and other gunk gets in there. (at least where I live) also water can get in there easier. It can cause the fans to over work, parts to rust, short out etc.......thats what one mechanic had told me.
Posted on Aug 09, 2012
Sounds like you need to replace the fan motor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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