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Radio fuse on 96 galant keeps blowing out and clicking from glove box when recirc for a/c is pushed out engine gets hot on acceleration only in temps above 90 degrees outside

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Check to see what else shares the same fuse with the radio. If cigarette lighter is on it could be a penny or something stuck between the lighter and socket. That would be because when it is hotter the ac is working harder to cool the car, forcing the ac condenser to heat more. Make sure all fans are kicking on to cool it down. Most cars have two fans one for when ac is off and one for when its on. So make sure both are kicking on or that one is kicking on and off with two different speeds. You can hear the fans kicking on and off when the car is on in park. If you don't hear fans kick on check fan fuses, relays, and fan motors.

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what engine? in WJ jeep.
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the water must be 180F or more, use a IR pyro gun aimed to thermostat housing yet,?
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the pure physics
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  3. the blower must blow or car move fast to move air flow.
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fSm quote on that page, AZC

(1) Depress the A/C and Recirc buttons at the
same time and hold. Rotate the left temperature control
knob clockwise (CW) one detent.
(2) If you continue to hold the A/C and Recirc buttons
depressed, the AZC control module will perform
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display segments illuminate as long as both buttons
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Hi, I have a 2008 chevy colbolt I'm having problems with my cooling fan fuse, the num 2 fuse keeps blowing out, seem like it gets really hot then blows out. and the cooling temp on the dash show the...


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