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Looking for my fusible links in my 2001 Ford F250.

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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.
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That would be my first guess,they are not very exspensive,if this still does not help,run a large wire on the back of the alternator with the old one still connected,to the positive battery post.This will increase the voltage to the battery also.Put it on the large batt,connector on the alternator,and run it to the battery post+

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