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Why does my fan hi and low fuses burn out instantly when replaced

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There is a short circuit between positive and negative onthe circuit

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You have any shorted circuit or bad ground in the cooling fan.

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Hi i have a 07 civic and my a/c fan fuse not relay keeps burning everytime I replaced it with a new one but the fan works

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Fan switch ? Blower fan or engine cooling fan ??...I presume you mean the blower fan speed control switch.

On top of the battery under the hood, is a set of Green 30Amp fuses. These burn out the holder and a/c no longer works.

If so, by pass fuse with a replacement/repair '' in line fuse'' of 30 Amps from you local parts store.

Other reason fan not working is failed fan resistor under glove box near fan housing....although this is usually low speeds not working by HI does.

If you have the non electronic a/c system, the a/c rotary switch in the panel burns out often.

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2005 Jeep Liberty Heater fan motor speed control , no low speed only med & high there a fuse for low speed?

Sounds like low speed coil in the Blower Fan resistor block has failed. The Blower Fan Resistor Block is usually located in the air ducting adjacent to the Blower Fan. The Resistor Block consists of 3 or 4 coils of special resistance wire attached to terminals which connect to the wiring that comes from the fan switch and then to the Blower Fan. The block is on the output side of the fan unit so that the airflow from the fan past the coils inside the duct assists in preventing them from overheating and burning out.
Access to the Resistor Block is from under the dash. To replace, remove the multi-pin connector and then undo the screws holding in the block. Check air duct for leaves and dirt which may have caused the coils to fail. .Replacement is the reverse procedure

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The Heater Blower fan on our 1999 Tahoe only blows on Hi whereas a week ago it was functioning on all settings from low to high. Is thetre a specific fuse for the low blower fan settings?

Hello Go west.
No specific fuse I am afraid.
What you will find is a burned out blower motor resistor.
This resistor is mounted beside the blower motor just above the passengers feet under the dash.
Two small screws hold it in place. Easy to do. You may need to remove a hush panel to see it.
The resistor should be available at your favorite auto supply or at the dealer.
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The heater fan is not operating and I thought it might be a blown fuse. I checked the fuse box under the dash and couldn't locate the fuse for the fan by the descriptions given. Do you know which fuse on...

My 2002 I35 has the blower fuse under the hood in the fuse box in the engine compartment. The fuse box cover has the "key" or description of which fuse is which. If the blower fuse is bad and you replace it, only to have the fuse burn again then I would check the blower resistors that are located behind the glove box. Very common for one of these resistors to go bad causing only low speed operation of fan. Burns the fuse when you try to operate the fan on the higher speeds. Good Luck

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