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I just need to know what the alternator fuse looks like and where it is located

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The Alternator "Fuse" is typically a "Fusible Link" and has been since the advent of Alternators. Typically it is a piece of smaller gauge wire and Crimped somewhere downstream of the Alternator. Follow the 10 AWG wire and the Smaller Guage wires and you should find a Fusible Link somewhere.

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