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Help. Got a 190e blower fan blowing fuse. Took it out oiled bearings replaced and it ran well for few minutes then blew fuse again. Any ideas what to check next!

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  • taylortech Oct 05, 2010

    Thanx but could the regulater blow the fuse if it was faulty! Why does the fan not blow fuse straight away.

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The blower motor is at fault. replace the motor and look for water entry onto that area inside the vehicle, will save you in the long run

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  • Jeremy Pernar Oct 05, 2010

    only a dead short will blow the fuse straight away the motor builds up the amps due to the fact its working out of its range by not spinning freely or some rust is inside the asm. its possible ay

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