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Replacement batty on '86 Toyotpickup was connected wrong and blew 80 amp fusible link. Replaced 8amfuse. Now enine will crank

But donot seem to get fuel. In the fuse box there is a relay labeled fuel How can I check this relay? Can I remove it?

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SOURCE: Blowing 80 amp fusible link for Battery.

this link may help you guys. You'll have to check a few to find what you need but I suspect, if you can interpret the drawings, you'll narrow it down, otherwise take a copy to your mechanic, and it might help him.
( http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528004d7c3 )

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Removing the 100 amp fuse link in a 1994 toyota corolla

the fuse link is bolted in from the two side in the fusebox.you have to un bolt the whole fusebox so you can raise it and if you look at the sides there are two side panels that can be moved down so you can get a socket or spanner on the two bolts apprx 10mm. undo them and raise the fuse out and put the new one in and tighten up the bolts again. hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: removing the 8o amp main fuse from 1986 Toyota pickup

yes, you must remove the top panel on the fuse block the 80 amp fuse is bolted to the the fuse panel, hope this helps if not get back to me as i strive to be the best please rate my fix Thanks Ray

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Toyota Tacoma, power outlet/cig lighter not working

I am not sure about "fusible link", But the suggeation I can give you is to open dash or where the outlet is located and check the wires in the back of outlet with a light tester.

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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SOURCE: 1986 Toyota Pickup Instrument lights and tail lights out

Even though the relay is activated,I assumed you checked the out put?Also,You checked the voltage at the light sockets?With a meter,or test light ,check the fuse for the cluster lps,adjust them to dim,and to bright,the meter should act accordingly on the fuse.If it does not,replace the dimmer control,or head light switch,witch ever controls them.This may allow continuity to the tail lights as well.If the fuse is dead for the cluster lights,replacing the dimmer control,or head light switch will solve the problem,or,from another fuse ,supply voltage to the cluster lp fuse,one that is only hot with the key on,cause if you do this the dash lights will come on,every time you run the vehicle,day,or night.

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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