Thanks in advanced for any advice! I have a 1994 Ford Escort LX 1.9 Wagon 5-Speed I have recently changed out the: Water pump Timing belt Thermostat to a 195 degree Blower Motor Resistor - A/C is working better than ever Engine Cooling Temperature Sensor Engine Temperature Sender Flushed the radiator High speed and Low speed relays Tested the High Speed and Low Speed fan and it works with no issues Cleaned out the Idle Air Control valve using throttle body cleaner The issues I am having is that the engine is still overheating til it gets passed the "L" on normal and then the high speed fan kicks in. The low speed does not want to work unless the A/C is on. I have traced the problem to the smaller 40A fuse in the Engine Compartment Fuse Box not getting any power and it is going directly to the larger 40A relay causing it to overheat and blow...I have been through many of them now. I am wondering if anyone else has experienced the same issue and if so can you recommend a possible fix to get power going to the smaller 40A fuse so my low speed cooling fan will work again. I have looked everywhere and the only thing I am waiting to do is trace back the wires to see if there is corrosion or a break in the circuit but I would like some advice first before I dig into that project. Thanks again for your advice and expertise. Sorry if this is a re-post as I am new to this site, if another threat exists please direct me to it.