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94 honda accord cooling fan fuse keep blowing do i need to replaces fan or search for a bad wire

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More then likely will have to replace fan motor, fan motor is weak and asking for to many amps to work, and that will over load and blow the fuse, if it was wiring the fuse would blow right away, replace fan motor.

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