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In most cases yes. I have replaced many

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Try to start and it clicks


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Tried to start it and it clicks clicks clicks. Replaced the battery and still won't start. Replaced a relay switch and still wont start but the clicking has stopped.


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Where is the main fuse located? head lights work but nothing else.


there are fusable links attatched to the positive battery terminal.
They are a group of rubber coated wires that plug in at the terminal.
If any are burnt you may not be able to tell visually.
I use a test light to probe each one to see if they are good. If any are burnt they have to be replaced.
Somtimes when a test light is not handy I gently try stretching each fuseable link, and if it is burnt it will pull apart.
The most common problem is they get corroded at the plug because they are so close to the battery acid.
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Corroded battery cable?


To do a good job if you havent already done it is to tip hot water over the battery term and it will dry clean ,,if corroded term then replace it but you dont have to buy with a new lead ,,only a positive term only and then hot water over the battery lug when new term on then spray with Hair spray .
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Normally the bolt that tightens the clamp that fits down over the positive post of the battery can be removed from the cable. What happens on older cars is the bolt get all fouled up and corroded. This happened recently to me on my 94 F150. What I did was to cut the bolt in the middle with a hacksaw, then went to the auto parts store and bought a new bolt & nut for the cable and installed it. They even have packages of 2 nuts and bolts right near where the batteries are sold.

Hope this helps Good luck Loringh PS Please leave a rating if appropriate Thks

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