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there is only one fusible link in datsun pickups (up to 86ish) its installed in the thinner of the two wires connected to the positive battery terminal. replacements are simply plugged into the connectors in this wire.
Never wrap the outside of a fusible link with vinyl tape.
All fusible links are located near the battery terminals. Use only replacements of the same electrical capacity as the original. Replacements of a different electrical value will not provide adequate system protection.
The fuse link is a short length of special, Hypalon (high temperature) insulated wire, integral with the engine compartment wiring harness and should not be confused with standard wire. It is several wire gauges smaller than the circuit which it protects. Under no circumstances should a fuse link replacement repair be made using a length of standard wire out from bulk stock or from another wiring harness.
is power getting to the relay? can you bypass the relay and get it to work? there is a fusible link to the relay.look on the relay, if you connect number 87 and 30 terminals the pump should run. if no power on terminal 30 the fusible link is blown/bad.
By using a prob/test light(make sure that battery is fully charged) If not sure if battery is fully charged try boosting with jumper cables. Then try cranking if not sound like a clicking is heard check power wire at the starter check the fthick one thats bolted on to starter for constant power (should have power all the time as long as battery is connected) then with ignition on and in cranking postion(attenpt to crank)check second wire for power there should be power when key is in crank position and will go out when key is released. IF YOU GET POWER WHEN IN CRANK POSITION .. then the starter is BAD. Replace and that will fix you atrating problem. If ther is NO power from constant power wire then it coul mean a loose positive batter pole or corrosion on terminals or may be a bad fusible link, these links are on the positive battery poll. check and make sure NONE of them are burnt out/broken. This problem could also mean a bad ignition switch too or blown ignition fuse please check all fuse. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA, conatct if you need more help.
first of all you need to know what is the starter in order to remove it. if you can trace the big wire that comes from the positive wire of your battery to a big round thing at the bottom part of the engine. that round thing is the starter. before you start removing bolts, remove first that big wire from the positive terminal of the battery. it is normally bolted to the engine by three or two bolts. there are two wires that you need to remove first before removing the starter. a big wire from the battery and a small wire that controls the solenoid of the starter. after you remove the wire, remove the bolts that is holding the starter in place and the starter would drop down. the you can repalce it or repair it.
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