Cooling fan fuse keeps blowing when starting car on 1990 Honda Accord

I replace and replace but when to start it pops

by in Denver, CO on August 20, 2013
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on August 21, 2013
Unplug fans to see if fuse still blows. Possible defective radiator fan motor. Do you have the A/C on when this happens? That activates rad. fan as well. Any repairs done lately around the radiator area?
COMMENT by on August 21, 2013
So what should I do.should I look for bad wirering to see if there's a wire exposed and touching
COMMENT by on August 21, 2013
Do the test first! Possible fan motor is defective and shorted internally. If fuse still blow with fans unhooked, then start looking for shorted wiring.
ANSWER by on August 21, 2013
you have a direct short, do as pushrod says to determine source of short
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