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Where is the fusible link for alternator on 04 Nissan Murano?

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Its in a plastic box just adjacent to the positive battery terminal connection.

Posted on Dec 08, 2014

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SOURCE: Nissan Murano 04 OBD II P1168 y P1051

there is a emission system recall for these codes for your year and model contact the Nissan dealer, it is a no charge repair.
here is the summary of that recall

MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ON WITH DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0300-P0306, P1273 OR P1283. *TT *SC
Make : NISSAN Model : QUEST Year : 2004
Manufacturer : NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC.
Service Bulletin Number : 04028A Date of Bulletin : MAR 24, 2004
NHTSA Item Number : 10005976
Component : ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ON WITH DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P1031, P1051, P1148, P1168 (A/F SENSOR HEATER / CLOSED LOOP) ON 5 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS ONLY. (THIS VERSION SUPERSEDES NTB04-028.) *TT

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SOURCE: where is the fusible link to the alternator in 98

should be a 75 amp maxi-fuse in engine compartment relay box

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SOURCE: My headlights are out on my 04' Nissan Murano but

fuse in the fuse box..your owners manual will show you what fuse

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SOURCE: 1993 Gmc Sonoma 4wd 4.3 v6 My fusible link is

Fusible link should be available at any full service Auto Parts supply available on a roll which you purchase by the inch. Do not replace the fusible link with a piece of #10 stranded wire. Have you checked with your local GM garage for this link?

You say the fusible link is rated @ 20 amp's @ 12 V dc, I would suggest you could put a auto-resetting 20 amp @ 12 V dc circuit breaker in its place but not a wire.

Fusible link rarely "blows". I think you should find the cause before you go much further.

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