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2003 Honda Accord. Where is the fusible link?

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If there is no power presently, most likely it blew the fusible link, Honda's have a fusible link just off the battery and is located usually along the inside of the passenger fender follow the wire from the battery and you will find it, most likely that is the culprit, good luck.

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I have a 1994 Honda Accord. The 40 amp fusible link keeps blowing after 30 minutes of replacement. Any suggestion?

You will have to find out what circuit or circuits that link delivers power to, then look for the short-either a stripped wire contacting metal, or a component like a failed motor that is pulling too much current.
Is it a fusible link or a maxi-fuse? Check if it could be for the alternator.

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2003 accoed won't start. It just clicks and the KEY dash light comes on. Has new battery and was driven to house and parked last week. won't jump start either.

try tapping your starter it sounds to me that it is bad and may need to be replaced if tapping it makes it respond then it is bad if not then you can have a bad fusible link or a master fuse has blown.

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Have a 91 honda will not one time someone told me to tap on the starter it it will not....i had the battery ck that was ok...could it be my alternator?

If, when the switch is turned, the starter motor does not operate at all but the solenoid clicks, the problem lies with either the battery, the main solenoid contacts, or the starter motor. If, as you say, the battery is good, and fully charged, that would mean that is was either the solenoid contacts or the starter motor.
If the solenoid plunger cannot be heard (no click), the battery is bad, the fusible link is burned, or the solenoid itself is defective. Once again, if the battery is good, it would be the fusible link, or the solenoid. The fusible link is in the engine compartment fuse block (the box on the upper left as you face the vehicle). It is either 80A or 100A.
If you want to test the circuit, you can run a fairly heavy INSULATED wire between your pos. battery post and the SMALL terminal on the solenoid (just touch the end to the solenoid). If the starter turns, you may have a ignition switch, neutral start switch, or some other wiring problem.
Your alternator is not the problem.
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Just today, my blower was working in my 2003

your issue is either your blower fuse or your fusible link. either one can solve your problem

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