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The battery won't go dead while you're driving the car. It's utterly impossible for anything to operate with the battery cables disconnected. There's probably an internal short in the solid state resistor that controls the blower motor.
The fuse must be in the main fuse box. The position of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, work your way through the fuses looking for a blown one. To ease your search the fan fuse it should be around 25 to 30 amps.
The blower is not in the engine bay proper. It is below the air inlet grille under the windscreen, Access may be through the heater/ventilator unit in front of the console.
Hello. Begin by checking the fuses. Locate the fuse that controls this blower and replace it with a new one of the same amperage even if it looks ok. If that doesn't solve the problem for you then replace the relay for that blower. Regards, Joe
Per your description, I believe you may have a blower fan relay that is stuck closed. Remove the relay from the under-hood fuse center and see if the fan stops. If it does stop, put the relay in slowly and see if you here the relay "click" and the fan come back on. Let me know. Regards,
i do not have a diagram for the fuse layout however looking at your fuse box pull ONE fuse out at a time and check that they are not blown they should have a link in the plastic if there is no link then it is blown most cars have the radio and cigarette lighter linked together and this is normally about 10-15 amps. there is also a fuse for you heater controls however this normally stops the fan "blower" from operating if your temperature control is electric then the motor that moves the arm to mix cool and hot air flow may be damaged hope this has helped ricky