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Bobcat 763 blows the alt & acc fuse after a few minuites work Alternator OK. what other accessory recieves power from this fuse Regards Ray Stewart

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SOURCE: Alternator not working

Who installed & tested after? All connections clean & tight?

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SOURCE: radio has no power not the fuse

There are (2) fuses. One behind the stereo attached to the positive wire and the other one is under the hood in the fuze box or under the steering wheel with the relays.

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SOURCE: Wire between alternator and solenoid/battery is burnt out!

you need to trace the hole line there is a opening or wire is touching some where if none of this is the case wires are crossed up some where which will burn up everything on the line

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SOURCE: 100 amp fuse in engine

For the 100 main amp fuse to blow it has to be a alternator issue , ECM or dead short with the electrical part of the ignition switch.
If the alternator is replaced and still the fuse blows then
check the actual electrical contacts of the ignition switch to see if they are shorted out.------
Check the wire between alternator B+ (large wire) and battery for problems. check negative ground wires to chasis and motor. --------- Also recheck all battery, starter alternator and ground wires and see , that no wire is connected in reverse order.------ Also try cleaning the 100 amp fuse socket with contact cleaner and then install the fuse and see , if it still blows.------Many a time fuse socket itself gets dirty and cause fuses to blow.------ Getting this possibilities checked should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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SOURCE: My 1987 Camry Alt Fuse Keeps Blowing. Brand New

you will have to check the wires in the circuit for the system both positive and negative as you don`t say which battery terminal you connect when the fuse blows.it will be a short as an 80amp draw is alot to blow for a fuse.try disconnecting the alternator before hooking up the battery.if it(fuse)doesn`t blow then the problem is the alternator new or not,as thats the only thing removed from the system witht he fuse not blowing.if it does blow the wiring will have to be checked for shorts.

Posted on Oct 21, 2011

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