Question about 1981 Ford F 100
My battery was inadvertantly hooked up backwards due to the dealer gving me the wron gone.. The fusible link that foes from the Soloneod to the Voltage reg burned next to I guess it's a fuseable link. How do you replace it or find out if it has been blown.
Follow the wire where you think the link may be, and and where the large bulge is, is where the link usually is, now the fuse is not usually non-replaceable, so you can go to a parts house and get an aftermarket fuse link that can easily be installed. take the voltage regulator with you and have it tested to insure it was not damaged.
also check all fuses in the fuse box. and the link on the main wire on the back of the alternator.
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