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Heater blower Blown Fuse

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Honda Accord VTEC, Jan 27, 2008.

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    Honda Accord VTEC New Member

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    My fuse for my heater blower relay keeps tripping and I have to replace the fuse. Any suggestions?
     
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    got the right amperage? something like 7.5 i think
     
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    Yep. 7.5 is correct. Just started blowing. Keep having to replace it...bout every 3 days.
     
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    here's honda's power disribution chart for the heater circuit. you seem handy with a multimeter so i'll asume you can check for shorts and resistance.

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    o yeah, that's for my civic....

    yeah so the wires might not be exactly the same. hopefully you can figure that out too :D
     
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    This is beyond my skills, but understand it a bit. When I replace it it works for a while, then shorts out again. Will have to trace it out, like you said.
     
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    i hate to be the bearer of bad news but you'll probably have to trace it. unless you want to pay someone else to fix it. but i really dont see any other way. the back of a haynes or chilton (available at autozone) should tell you enough you might be able to do it.
     
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