I have the flex-a-lite 325 slimline fan system in my 99 GST. I was cruising down the freeway about 65 for 20 minutes or so with no previous cooling issues then out of nowhere the check engine light came on, and the water temp was creeping up. I start up DSMLink to see the water temp is around 240. I blasted the heat until I could safely pull of the freeway (brought it down to 210 fairly quickly, and the check engine light turned off). Once I was stopped, I turned the car off, and checked the fuses. The 30 amp fan fuse was blown, and the passenger side fan smelt like burnt electrical components. I babied it home keeping the heat blasted, and monitoring the water temp on DSMLink. It stayed around 200-210 the whole way. Once I got home I tested both fans by spinning them with my hand, and the passenger side fan spun somewhat harder then the driver side fan. I then wired each fan directly to the battery to find the driver side fan worked fine, but the passenger side fan wouldn't spin at all. Okay, dead fan motor. So I pull the passenger fan out of the car, and replace it with the driver side fan. I replaced the 30 amp fuse, and, with the AC/defrost off, started the car up. The fan turned on and I was good to go. I let it warm up, and starting driving again. I cruised at 65 for about an hour then the water temp crept up again, and sure enough blew the same fuse. I'm guessing it's shorting somewhere or maybe there was an issue with the second fan not being there, but I'm not sure where to start looking. I haven't checked the second fan to see if the motor in it is now dead. TLDR - passenger side fan died, blew 30 amp fan fuse. Removed passenger side fan and replaced it with driver side fan. Ran fine for an hour then blew the fuse again. What now?