Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
While I was tracing back the wiring from the alternator, I found a place on the driver's side where the harness went through the frame and came up between the fender and the wiper fluid reservoir, battery tray, and battery, from there the harness went into the relay box. When I removed the battery, battery tray and wiper fluid reservoir, I found a "hidden" fusible link that could not be seen without removing the reservoir, and it had melted. I had already fixed the cause of the melted link, which was a short in the cooling fan wiring.replaced this link, put everything back together, and jump-started the car. No problems since.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
What do you mean your alternator is not coming on . Have you tested the battery . Is it good.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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