Question about 1987 Chevrolet Suburban
I have power to fuel pump, the engine cranks & have spark. There is red smaller gauge wire with fusible link on it loose by starter. I replaced the fusible link part with wire & heavy duty fuse holder & connected it back on the starters big post where the other bigger gauge red wire goes. It keep popping the fuse anytime i reconnect the battery - terminal... any suggestions?
The fuse pops off because of a shorted connection somewhere in the wiring harness. Check whether all the wires are connected fine and are insulated. Also check the whether you are using fuse of required ampere. Also check this link for more information--
Chevrolet Suburban wiring and relay
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Posted on May 28, 2009
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