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Blowing radiator fan fuse right side is fine but when the left one kicks on it blows the fuse. I disconnected the left one before because it blew the fuse when connected. bought used fans and the same problem

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  • Rich May 11, 2010

    ASSUMING..the used fans are not drawing too much current you'll have to check for resistance in the cooling fan circuit, check connections, etc

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Check ALL the wiring for that fan for shorts and burned connectors

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