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Need to replace fan relay for blower on a/c. have part just need to find out where it goes

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Anytime a fuse blows the circuit is being overloaded.
There are a couple of fuses that control your blower. The 30 amp fuse link and a 10 amp fuse for the blower motor relay.
If it is the 30 amp the blower system needs to be checked for the cause of the short.
Positive battery voltage goes to the blower motor and the control switch routes the ground circuit through a resistor to give various fan speeds.
Most common will be the blower motor itself having worn motor shaft bushings or an internal motor short. This will require motor replacement. Also have seen where a mouse has built a nest and it gets caught in the blower fan causing it to overlooad.
If the wire after the blower was shorting to ground the blower would come on high speed and not be your problem

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