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Blowing main blower fuses in my 1998 chevy p/u

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Sounds like your blower has a bad armature and causing to high a load on your electrical circuit. Time to change your blower motor down by the passenger feet.

Posted on Dec 22, 2016

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SOURCE: 4 wheel drive blowing fuse 1998 chevy tahoe

Need more info. Does it blow fuses all the time, has this problem gotten worse or was out of nowhere, Does it happen when you go into 4wd or out?

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SOURCE: My heater blower isn't working. Which fuse do I

the heater/ac fuse look in your owners man. it should have a diagram or give you a number.

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SOURCE: need to know where main engine fuse at

that fuse should be in the fuse panal box in the engine compartment. its usually a 30 to 60 amp box fuse.

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SOURCE: cant locate the blower motor in my 2004 chevy

Pasenger side under the glove box.
replase resistor aswell.
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SOURCE: my blower on my 1998 volvo v70 xc is not blowing

The most common problem is either the blower motor or the speed control resistor. Both items can be accessed by removing the glove box and panel below it.

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