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Replaced blower motor and heater after fining 20 amp fuse melted ,I have LED,s indicating fan speed .I have 12 volts on red and black at fan motor buy no fan

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Could be the switch

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SOURCE: Heater/AC blower will not operate

Replace the blower resistor.

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SOURCE: 2002 Sebring LXi Convertible Starter Motor Fuse Blown 2x

Starter solenoid. I don't have the page here but in chiltons a page shows the ignition to fuse to relay to starter and if you look closely it's quite basic. I had same problem with constant fuse blow #8. The solenoid over time wears and sometimes sticks. When it sticks, your system can overload thus burn fuse. I bet you never stalled out while driving, but only when you shut off and start somewhere it's a no go. That's because you're system is already engaged. I had to change starter as solenoid part of it all. I see others suffer this same problem so please share this around. Solenoid can stick for a millisecond.

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SOURCE: 1997 Chevy s-10 pickup (2.2L) Blower Motor problem

I don't know what you mean by temp module but i'am gessing the switch on the dash, but to me it sounds like the resister is bad, i believe its located under the hood on the air box if not than chk. under the dash by the heater motor, i have seen the wires burn that plug into it when they go bad, thats what makes the blower run and also regulates the speeds of the blower motor.

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SOURCE: 2005 Crown Vic climat contr fan not working Fuses good Motor good

does it have a digital control panel? As this uses an electronic blower speed controller located at the engine compartment (rear engine block) fix on ac phlenum try to shake the connector or wire while the system is on.

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SOURCE: 2006 Hummer H3 a/c & heater fan/blower failed

Probably too late now, I am sure you have already fixed it, but mine did this and it was an electrical part that is mounted right beside the blower fan. The part was OK, but the plug into the part was arcing and burned out the connection. A Chevy mechanic told me this has been happening to MANY Chevy products. I had to buy a new part and plug assembly with new wires, about 100 dollars, and I spliced them together. It was an Easy fix, but I shouldn't have had to do it :(

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