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94 intrepid keeps blowing rad fan fuse

My 94 intrepid blows the radiator fan fuse after the fan runs for about a minute,i replaced both fan relays and the fuse (fuse several times), this is a 57,000 mi granny car that i just aquired and it is a very clean car i didn't expect this at all! TOM in toledo

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The relays will not cause fuses to blow. you have a problem with the fan motor itself. replace that it should take care of your problem.

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