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My fuse to the cooling fan in my 95 ss impala keeps blowing when I turn the switch

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I'm going to assume that you are referring to the blower fan...when the fuse blows it is telling you that there is a short in the system or excessive amperage draw...Most often it is caused by the blower motor itself that has worn out and drawing too much amperage in order to turn. Resist the temptation to just replace the fuse with a larger one...that will cause failure elsewhere in the system as well.

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