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A few days ago, I hit some snow in my 2000 gt 4.6l and it got all wedged up into the engine bay. It clogged the fan, stopping it from spinning. After that it was popping the 50A fuse so I replaced the fan motor; it worked for about a minute and stopped working but didn't pop any fuses so I replaced the CCRM thinking the relay shorted and now it's popping fuses again. Is there something else that the snow could have damaged to cause a short in the system?
 

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Update...the fan only tries to kick on with the AC and pops the fuse. It won't even try to kick on by itself
 

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Not sure if this is your issue, but anytime I have had issues with a fuse like that it’s been from an exposed wire. You might check to see if all the wires the fan is working on ain’t damaged.
 
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