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The cooling fan does not work. I have changed the fuse but it immediately blew out again. Also the ac quit working too when the fan went out. Please help

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Ok first of all a/c won't work if vehicle is running too hot. adaptive strategy is to turn off as much as it can to save vehicle from overheating. see if fan motor is seized or if it's too old it may draw too many amp's and pop fuse. also look for bad wires or grounding out wires. hope this helps.

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