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Why would a 10 amp fuse that controls the blower relay switch on a 2002 Ford Ranger Edge continue to blow on a regular basis?


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2005-01-06 11:18:00
2005-01-06 11:18:00

Bad ground or short. Check to make sure a smaller than required fuse has not been installed. Use to correct fuse, no smaller or larger. Blower motor can also be going bad causing it to blow a fuse.


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