75A Fan Fuse

Asked by Oct 18, 2014 at 10:13 AM about the 2003 MINI Cooper S

Question type: General

The 75A fuse keeps blowing stopping the fan activating. I overheated last week and the AA replaced the fuse but it sblew again before I arrived home, Any ideas on what causes this fuse to blow and how how to fix it.

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The fan is on the way out. It's using to much power. And binding up. Replace it.

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That's true, B-Mark is right, but what fuse...?? do you mean in dash

Or under hood power distribution ..I don't see a 75 anywhere, and a 75 is WAY more than a blower needs, it must be some main, hopefully they didn't put a 75 where a lower one is supposed to be .click to size up

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I can't tell which symbol is blower

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36,175

Good night F.N. The Mrs. wants to go to the early mass. And what mama wants mama gets.

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How do/did U know it was a 75A fuse road service replaced? Did he tell U that? Can U contact him? So it 's def the radiator cooling fan? As there's also one for the pwr steering in my 06 S.

AA man did the fault diagnosis on BMW site. It told him to replace fuse on Engine management fuse..When he did this fan worked but blew again

36,175

Just because the fan stopped working dose NOT mean the fan is the course. It's the most obvious and certainly be checked out but it could be something else.

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