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Heater and climate control pannel not working keeps blowing the fuse

Keeps blowing the Fuse I have tried all different fuses up to 15 amps

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You have a short some where

Posted on Dec 04, 2014

  • Joe Stanch
    Joe Stanch Dec 04, 2014

    you have a short some where ,is your fan working ? if not it is seized

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