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Troubleshoot the wipers. First disconnect wipers from under the hood. Replace the fuse. If the fuse still burns out then the problem is with the harness. There is a short in one of the wires and will need to be replaced.
If you replace fuse and it does not burn, then the problem is with the wiper motor. You can possibly just replace the circuit board or replace the whole wiper motor.
Check on Passenger Fuse Compartment the position 15 30AMP for Front Wiper Motor. Additionally, in the Fuse Box (underhood) check position 25 - Wiper Speed Relay and 29 - Wiper Park Relay (blank space) but could have some use.
Look under the hood and unplug the blower motor. Then replace the fuse. It should not blow the fuse without the blower connected. If the fuse blows again there is a short before the blower motor. There are several Black power boxes, usually under the hood on the Drivers side, the A/C relay may be burned out.
If the fuse does not burn out, replace the Blower motor. You can get one from a Salvage yard or Autoparts place. If you still have problems and the Climate Control panel is lite, there is a self-diagnostic feature which is run by pushing some of the control buttons in a particular sequence.
The codes for this sequence is different from the Master computer.
It may also reveal problems only a Technician can fix. So try the Blower motor first, A/C relay second, and hopefully this will get you going.
One of your power wires is grounding to something, whether through a switch or relay.
I had wires fuse together that had the same effect in a vehicle years ago. Constantly blew fuses and happened to find the 2 wires fused under the dash in the steering console.
This is probably not your problem but there are very few things that cause those fuses to blow that rapidly.
Electrical is difficult to troubleshoot over the net though. Find out what the fuse goes to and try to follow the wires from point A to B as much as you can. May be as simple as a wire that the insulation is rubbed off or cut at a point and touching the body.