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Where does this fusible link connect on an 08 f150 ? A coworker took off the old alternator and we don't know where it connected to.

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Hi Heath, If the cable is attached to the positive side of the battery, it will attach to the B+ on the alternator. If it is the negative it will be an earth connection. Regards John

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

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SOURCE: 1988 chevy suburban charging system

First check alt At The Back of Alt Big Red Wire Were hooks to Post (stud) Do you have voltage ?? How Much??
What Voltage do you have at same Place with Engine Running ??
Now At wires Were they plug into Alt ,Top. Wires in White Plastic Clip, Do You Have Powe With Key On ?? How Much Voltage??
Jump across the 2 in the clip (with Engine Running)ONLY TEMPORARY!! Do You Have Voltage at Battery ?? How Much??
If Over 13volts With Clip On (Jumped) You Need A Internal Voltage Regulator ..
Is Batt Light On on Dash ??? Theres A Lot Of Testing You Can Do !!! And I will Need More Infomation to Keep Going ... These are just some Possible Problems No Way In Depth ...
Could Be a Number of things Or May be Just as Simple As a Blown Fuse, Dirty Batt Cables ETC etc etc I Hope It Puts You On The Right track !!!!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: cant find where the 80 amp fuse or fusible link is in my kia for the charging system or alternator

It should be located in the fuse box under the hood of the car. If you have the owners manual, it sould tell witch one it is.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the fusible link in the positive wire to

there are no fusible links for the alternator. It is run by a mega fuse in the fuse panel underneath of the hood.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Fusible link wire gets really hot.

Removing the two smaller wires stops the exciter current to the alt which stops it charging.
Usually if a wire is getting hot its because:
A: Current overload..
B: Corrosion in wire restricting current.
C: Corroded terminal.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to knwo the location of the fusible link on a

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pubs/content/~WOYEXD/~MUS~LEN/41/00exdog1e.pdf
There you go - goto the index of this PDF, find fuses p160 or something, theres a picture of the "distribution Box" right hand side of engine about 1/3 way back - thats where the links are.
Thumbs up please!!! Thanks.

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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