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Where is the fusible link on a 2001 gmc jimmy

I have no power going to fuse box under the hood on my 2001 gmc jimmy. where is the fusible link located? thanks

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  • earbak Dec 19, 2008

    Do you have a picture of the fusable link on the starter? It is buried and not in a good view. Thanks

  • earbak Dec 19, 2008

    Do you have a diagram or picture or discription to find location on relay/fuse box?

  • earbak Dec 19, 2008

    One guy says on starter, another says on fuse box drivers side underhood? Does anyone have a picture of the fusable link and its location exactly on a 2001 GMC Jimmy? Its dark and this thing is buried in the snow! Thanks

  • earbak Dec 19, 2008

    I build a jumper wire from the positive terminal of the battery to the under-hood fuse box input terminal of the under-hood fuse panel. This got it running until I can go get a manual. It seems that this service should have some pictures or tech data that could illustrate the true location of the fusible link. Plus none of your "experts" figured out the solution to get it running, I came up with it. I don't think I got my moneys worth on this service.

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It should be located by the starter motor

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The fusible link comes from the starter motor's battery cable and goes to the fuse/relay box.

a workaround is to connect from the + terminal of the battery straight to the main entry of the +12 to the fuse/relay box.

hope this helps.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

A batter/starter cable with fusible link would look something like the image below.
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There is also one coming off pos cable between fuseblock and bat

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  • darin brown Dec 19, 2008

    when fusible links go bad the wire becomes very flimsy. its all in how you word the questions. i guess if you dont know what your looking at or know what your doing then its impossible to ask the right questions!!

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On the relay box big fuses under hood driver side

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On almost all GM the fusible links are at the starter motor.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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    yadayada Dec 19, 2008

    I stand by my answer! they are at the starter motor.

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