The AC went out. I replaced a fuse which immediately blew. I took it to the dealer who said they could diagnose it. They said they wanted to "start" with the blower motor which might be shorting out. I replaced it myself and put in a new fuse. It blew as well. I don't know where to go from here!
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the fuse stopped the fire. that is what fuses do. so, you have a dead short on the blinkers. remove each lamp 1 at a time. yes, lamps can short. (twisted too hard) remove them. still blow the blinker fuse.? yes, then the wires are shorted. and guess what, top reasons are. 1: trailer wiring, look behind each lap assembly, BINGO? 2: hacking or collision, yes, look 1 more time. ,yes behind the lamp assembles, look carefully for DAMAGE.
Many cars have the cooling fan on a thermostat or time delay, to allow it to run for a short period of time after the engine turns off, to cool the engine off. You may have just never noticed it before. So I wouldn't worry about that. Your real problem is the blowing fuses, apparently you have a short somewhere in your wiring. Putting in bigger and bigger fuses is a great way to set fire to your wiring harness. It's possible that the wire is pinched or chafed somewhere, and perhaps when you hit a bump just right, it touches and shorts. You may have to take this to the Chevy dealer or a GOOD independent shop to have them chase it down. Unless someone out there knows exactly what this is, it could be a tough one to find.
Ok first of all a/c won't work if vehicle is running too hot. adaptive strategy is to turn off as much as it can to save vehicle from overheating. see if fan motor is seized or if it's too old it may draw too many amp's and pop fuse. also look for bad wires or grounding out wires. hope this helps.