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How do i replace fusible link on 87 nissan stanza

I know it is near positive batter terminal but i am not sure what it looks like

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    Thank you...I will get back to you if I need more help.....Mike



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The fusible links on this car's battery terminal are actually plugged in to the battery terminal, red-wire and green wires. Good Luck get back to me if you need more assistance

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i hope i was able to solve your problem. please rate me.. tnx.


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