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..Fusible Link What gauge wire do I need to use for the main fusible link in a 2000 jeep cherokee?


my guess he means , what thermal wire code to use.
they are color coded.
the fuse is bottom M1/M2 location of the PDC right"?
the problem is the OP failed to show exact wire.
my guess this is PDC question, (where are your hands/?)
fuse link A11? gas engine, right, USA?
A11 code 10 DG (dark green)
to the generator?
caused by shorted ALT or changing it with battery connected
yes, they blow.
the they have not just one engine, nor one alternator
but 124 amps the alt on 4L , with automatic. 4speed.

these are the rules. SAE.ORG

What size replacement fusible link should be used ?
The automotive service industry recommends using the same gauge and length as the blown fusible link after the cause of failure is corrected.
guide lines,
A 14-gauge wire would be protected by an 18-gauge fusible link. A 6-gauge wire would be protected by a 10-gauge link, and so on. Odd number wire gauge sizes like 19, 15, 13 and 11 are counted when sizing a link. The length of a fusible link should not exceed 9".


is the old link, still readable.
see the color
measure its size,. these tow question are first.

my jeep FSM shows it as 10 gage harness size. (M1/M2 gen slot)
so, 8 gauge thermal link is my guess. per SAE.
why not go to jeep and buy it?

Jan 05, 2017 | 2000 Jeep Cherokee

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On a 1994 Chevy suburban there's no power to anything that would be powered up when the key is on all items except the door locks work i.e. head lights, dome lights. And cigarette


Ignition switch possible or a main fusible link. go to http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagrams .Enter your vehicle info . year , make , model an engine . then under system click on electrical distribution . subsystem -power distribution . Click on the search button ,then the blue link . Check out the wiring diagrams .You'll need to do some voltage testing to find if voltage is missing . This vehicle has eight fusible links ,one feeds the ignition switch . On the fire wall there should be a junction block where all these fusible links are connected to a main wire from the battery . You can try to see if one is burnt by pulling on them , you will feel the insulation stretch if burnt inside .

Jun 24, 2016 | 1994 Chevrolet Suburban

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Put in a new battery and there is still no power to anything


That's none to the nth degree. A 1983 probably still had fusible links rather than today's maxi-fuses inside power distribution centers or boxes near the battery. The fusible links are the first connection after the battery and serve the same purpose as any old fuse, protection against overloads that can damage wiring or small electric motors or switches. They are designed to burn out before further or severe damage occurs. The fusible links should be close to the battery, since they carry larger currents, serving all the other components they distribute power to. Check to see if your car may even have a main fuse element, kind of like rather than several fusible links combine them into one main. Recall as how datsuns, hondas were like that.

Your battery connections must be clean and tight, with a good ground for the battery to send power through the wires. Start at the closest point and check it point by point. You'll find the problem.

Jun 19, 2012 | 1983 Mercedes-Benz 300-Class

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Replaced the alternator and ther is no power going to the new alternator what is wrong replaced battery and checked all the fuses


Hi,
If there is no power supply to the main terminal on the alternator then you have either a fusible link problem or a broken wire from the fusible link to the alternator.
You need to check continuity and also check the main fusible links, which look like wires just looped over.

Feb 08, 2011 | 2005 Chevrolet Colorado

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I have a 1986 Chevrolet El Camino V6. Brand new battery. Car is completely dead. Was running great and all of a sudden went dead. NO power at all, no lights or horn. I checked battery connections. What...


IF THE BATTERY IS FULLY CHARGED, 12.60 VOLTS & THE CABLES ARE CLEAN & TIGHT, THERE ARE FUSIBLE LINKS AT THE STARTER THAT SUPPLY POWER TO EVERYTHING IN THE VEHICLE. THEY ARE FASTENED ON THE SAME LARGE TERMINAL AS THE MAIN BATTERY CABLE ON THE STARTER. THE FUSIBLE LINKS ARE SPECIAL WIRES DESIGNED TO BURN INTO IF A SHORT CIRCUIT HAPPENS. THE BIG BLACK THING THERE IS NOT A FUSE, IT IS JUST A CONNECTOR. TO FASTEN THE MAIN WIRE TO THE FUSIBLE LINK WIRE. IF YOU PULL ON THE FUSIBLE LINK IT WILL STRETCH LIKE STIFF RUBBER. IF IT STRETCHES IT WILL NEED TO BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED. IF IT DOESN'T STRETCH IT IS PROBABLY OK & IT MAY BE A BAD CABLE.

Jan 27, 2011 | 1986 Chevrolet El Camino

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I droped the motor and trans replaced the rear main! I put every thing back hooked everything back up.there are no dash lights no headlights and none of the fuses are getting power!!!???????


The battery terminals may have been corroded to start with, and sitting off for a day could have made it worse. So wire brush and grease them.
Then remember the engine ground strap you removed has to be reinstalled.
But check the body ground connection as well. It should also be brushed and greased.
Then use a test light to trace where power stops.
The starter it the first junction to check.
There is a main fusible link either in the wire to the fusebox or in the fusebox.

I believe they look like one of them in this link:
http://frugalmechanic.com/auto-part/littelfuse-pal1120--littelfuse-fusible-link-pal-120-amp-male-terminal-pal1120?bq=volvo+fusible+link

Aug 21, 2010 | Volvo 850 Cars & Trucks

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Wire Gauge Fusible Link


use a 14 gauge link for a 30 amp requirement.

Apr 21, 2009 | 1991 Ford Festiva

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