Question about Cars & Trucks
Hi, I have a 2003 Nissan Murano, I have no power at all, Thinking it was the battery I went and bought a new one connected it and still no power. I checked all fuses under dash and under hood and everything is good. I also checked the battery and cables with multimeter and everything checks out.. Im now checking the fusible links (if looking at engine black box on left). My question is how do I check the fusible links? I pulled a few out but im not sure how to tell if one is bad or not... Thank you Terri
Posted by Anonymous on
To check to see if your fusable links are shot, grab one by the cylinder, then gently tug at each wire at each end, if it comes right out or elongates, its toast, replace.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FIRST REMEMBER THERE ARE SEVERAL FUSE BOXES.. NORMALLY THE CIG FUSE IS IN THE UNDER HOOD POWER DISTRIBUTION CENTER OR FUSE BOX.... A VERY GOOD RULE OF THUMB I HAVE FOUND IS TO CHECK ALL THE FUSES IN THE FUSE BOX....THIS USUALLY PREVENTS CHECKING THE WRONG FUSE AND IT ONLY TAKES A SECOND TO DO IT
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