Originally Posted by nettcar
Both fuse do blow...i notice that they blow faster once the A/C is operating...thats also when the problem 1st occurred once i adjusted the A/C unit...
They blow sooner with the A/C because the minute you turn the A/C on the fans are designed to kick on. Otherwise with the A/C off, the fans will kick on only when the engine reaches high temperature and requires cooling. What do you mean adjusted the A/C unit?
With that said, try what I told you in my earlier post. With two good fuses installed, disconnect the fans. There are two connectors by the fan assembly one for each fan. Start the car and turn the A/C on and see if the fuses blow. Keep in mind though that you have to monitor your coolant temperature gauge so that you don't let the engine overheat. If the fuses don't blow then I would agree with yassy that your fans are the problem.