Question about 1992 Cadillac DeVille
It is possible that the radiator fan bearings are dry and causing extra drag on the motor and blowing the fuse. Without the fan operating you will experience overheating. The bearings are usually a plain bronze bush type and the lubrication dries out eventually. You could try removing the fan assembly and carefully dismantling the motor. Once apart check for worn out brushes and if they are OK, then soak the bearings in engine oil and reassemble. The bearings are self aligning but once it is running after the motor has been put back together, give the motor body a light tap on the sides near the bearings to make sure the rotor is running free. If this all sounds too difficult, you may be able to get a replacement fan assembly from a salvage yard.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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