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Too hott my 94 lhs, has been having some heating problems....it goes through antifreeze pretty fast but no leaks as far as i can see..... it keeps blowing the 40 amp fan fuse though..... what could it keep cause this....today a new fuse lasted a few hours?? and i just put in a new fuse and the car was at normal temp but the fans didn't turn on then....so i don't know? any help thanks!!

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  • darunner14 Jun 16, 2008

    i will do that! i was also recommended to check my themostat and heating sensor too!

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Look for wires rubbing going to ur fan motor if u find none damaged or bare replace fan motor and pressure test the coolant system to find ur leak

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