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Kepts blowing no 15 fuse cant find the fault 91 liberty wagan

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  • harold edwards Nov 03, 2010

    thanks ill chex that but the wiring diagram tells me its on a different loop
    but it seems to happen when the moter gets hot and fans come on but im not sure as i wasnot watchin at the time
    no 15
    tells me its power windows dash cluster ventalaion relays so 2 morrow ill give it a go
    thanks for your help harold

  • harold edwards Nov 06, 2010

    the wire i traced runs tye venterlaion system eg heater fan

  • harold edwards Nov 06, 2010

    the wire i traced runs the venterlation system eg heater fan

  • harold edwards Nov 06, 2010

    the wire i traced runs the venterlatoin system eg heater fan

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What does the 15 amp fuse control? Make sure that all of your lights and signals wok. Let me know what is not working and I will tell you where I would think the problem might be.

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Hi.

I think fuse n.15 is radiator fan, in that case there is either a short in fan contacts, or the fan motor is shot and it is drawing too much power.

Check wiring harness to cooling fan, and test fan motor to see if it starts.

Posted on Nov 02, 2010

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    Ginko Nov 06, 2010

    Try disconnecting the cooling fan wiring. If fuse does not blow, then there is a short in there, in that case read amps at fan motor. If there is excessive power draw, then there is either a short, or the fan must be replaced. Check if the fan runs when energized.

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