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Vechicle keeps over heating fuse keeps blowing not leaking anywhere took to a mechanic and said it was because my fan i pushing out too much amps saying i am going to need a new fan but will this correct the problem from it over heating

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He's the mechanic, make him guarantee his work! keep the old electrical fan when he chooses to go ahead and try to fix your fan

did he make sure the wiring circuit is good?

will he'll give you a refund of the part/labor when he installs a replacement fan and the fuse will still blow?

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