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Fusible link fried how do i replace it ? Help

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I have a 1990 Chevy Suburban. I hooked up the battery cables wrong and now it turns over but wont start.


Chances are, you either blew the IGNITION fuse, or the main FUSIBLE LINK under the hood (marked "fusible link").
Chances are you blew more than one fuse... let's hope you didn't fry the ECU!

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1998 camry signal lights, odometer,stereo, windows and rear lights dont work


You are more than likely looking at the MAIN BUS FUSE or you could have fried your ECU. Testing is needed to determine what is wrong

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What amperage is the fusible link at the fuel pump harness on a 2009 Hyundia Sonata


The dealer or a parts store (if they can order it) would know the necessary rating of the fusible link-the color code may also tell the correct amperage and gauge. If possible, might help if you take it with you when ordering a new one. Fusible links are cut out and replaced.

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Alternator battery light on



There should be 12 volts or close to it at the alternator b+ terminal.

Possibly a wiring problem,fried fusible link wire or a blown fuse depending on vehicle make and model.

Check for blown fuses or check at the starter solenoid for fried fusible link wiring.

Some makes ,the PCM computer regulates the voltage...possible PCM problem,again depending on vehicle make.....

You didnt specify what kind of vehicle this is...Year,make,model,engine size....



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I changed the battery on my 01 caravan n now the blinkers dont work nor do any of the gages ive done all the fuses and checked all the battery connections can anyone help


Either the battery got hooked up backwards and there is a blown fuse or a burned fusible link, or you did not connect all the wires to the positive battery terminal (there should be three).

I'm sure that if it got hooked up backwards, you will know about it (there would have been lots of sparking going on).

If this is the case, check fuse #24 in the Power Distribution Center (20 Amp) in the engine compartment. If this fuse is good, it should have power on BOTH sides of the fuse when it is checked with a test lamp. If there is no power on either side, then the fusible link either did not get connected to the battery or is got fried. The fusible link itself is ORANGE and is a 20-Gauge fusible link.

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I did something stupid. ('97 Landcruiser) Picked up the wrong battery (reversed poles) and installed; fried fusible link; replaced that, now starts and runs fine but w/s wipers don't work at all, nor the...


Definetively you have some short there; I suggest check and re-check the wiring and harnesses connectors. The next electricla short could damage other device more interesting (click in the image for zoom).

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Not making any connection the negative wire form the solinoid touched the positive wire on the battery and made a spark then i couldn't get the truck to start anymore.i was wonderinig if one one the wires...


you could have blown a fuse. What probably happened was you fried your solenoid. its a $10 part and easy to fix. ONce you replace it you should go and have your voltage regulator checked at autozone.

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Need help replacing fusible link connector


It doesn't matter because they all carry +12V to the respective circuits. What does matter is which fusible link goes to which circuit (assuming they are different) but if you didn't cut them off, then they should still be connected to the correct circuits.

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Hooked up the battery reversed polarity. Blew the fusible link but replaced it. Now the car will crank but not start.


start checking fuses hopefully its just another blown fuse if your lucky

but if all the fuses are good, you probably fried something like the computer or ignition module and probably the radio

hopefully its something simple and cheep but don't be surprised if you have to shell out some cash to replace the computer

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