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Internal fuse melted

I have a 93 chevy corsica which recently was hooked up backwards to jump another car. One of the internal fuses melted that carried a charge from the alternator to the battery. I fixed it temporarily by twisting the whires together and taping them. Any idea's of how to make a more permanent fix?

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Go to your local parts store and buy a fusable link wire(about 5 bucks) and install it between the wires where you have taped them.

Hope this helps

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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