I have a 97 Taurus. The blower stopped working one day and found out the relay melted down. I replaced the relay and the blower ran for about 10 min before that burned out too. I replaced the resistor (had a little rust on it) and the relay again. Now it intermittently goes out for a second before coming back on and it appears that the new relay is starting to melt again. Plus, I can run the fan on all speeds but when I go to any speed other than high there is an instant burning smell so I shut it off completely. I know this is because on high the current bypasses the resistor and any other speed applies resistance to the circuit, but why is it burning the resistor and relay? I tested the blower motor for resistance and its 0.2 ohms. I dont know what is drawing too much current to be burning up the relay and resistor. Please help!!!