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Where is the heater blower fuse in vw2013 cab is it under bonnet.

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SOURCE: which fuse operates the ac & heater blower.

There is a fuse box inside the car to the left of the steering column. fuse 228 10 amp and fuse 208 40 amp. Check power to the blower motor connector. Check for water in blower. I have seen water get into blower motor and short out. Good luck I hope this helps.

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It sounds like either a blower relay or the blower motor went bad.If you can run a jumper wire from the battery to the blower and the blower works then its the relay thats bad

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There probably is a fuse, but if you have no fuse layout try pulling fuses with the fan on. The one that kills the fan is the right one!

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You have a dead short on the glow plug circut, if you look at the back of the motor there's a wire which is attached to the glow plug rail, this may be rubbing on the engine. If you follow it and make sure that this is not the case, then it can only be a short circut with one of the glow plugs. Hope this helps. Let me know if this helps

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it could be a shorted out wire causing it to blow the fuse

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The whole idea with the relay under the hood started back in the Sixties believe it or not. There is considerable voltage drop in the wiring between the fan switch and the blower fan motor. By adding the relay under the hood right next to the motor, the voltage drop was reduced, both by the shorter wire, and by using heavier wire to boot. The motor gets really close to the full system voltage when the relay is closed. In your case where the relay keeps the fan running, it can drain a battery rather quickly too!

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