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'93 grand am blows fan motor fuse repeatedly. Has after market stereo. Any ideas?

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    we will try this and see if it works.

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When this happens is usually a problem with the fan motor, check that you are using right Amps fuse and eventually replace fan motor.

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The fan motors on these are cheaply made. You either have a fan that is shorting or a loose/bare wire. Check for loose/bare wires first, if there are none, then replace the fan.

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