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Why doesn't the fans turn on..there is no power to the fans...and the a/c fuse keeps poping

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You obviously have a short somewhere-it is in the circuit that keeps blowing the fuses, so you have to start there. Look for damaged wiring, or burnt insulation in wiring. There is also a possibility that you have a relay that is shorted out, look for one that controls the climate control fan and switch it with another relay (like the ABS or horn relay).

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