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Fan fuse under hood keeps blowing when fan kicks in

My fan fuse blows when the fan kicks in

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This can be solved by replacing the fuse with 5 amp more to the regular fuse your using,, this will surely solve your problem,, thank you,,plz do rate me..

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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    umm you're not supposed to use more amps than what's recommended. If you do you can cause a fire. Never ever use a fuse with larger ampage than what's supposed to go in. So never use a 40A in a 20A slot!

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Check to see if your rad fan is faulty. Sounds like possible short in the fan. Disconnect the fans, put the fuse in and if it doesn't blow then it's more than likely the fan needs to be replaced.

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