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There is no alternator fuse as such. Different circuits have fuses but these are to protect the wiring as much as protecting the components. Some vehicles have a main system fuse which is mounted on the terminal or near the battery, but not one for the altenator.
Be more specific. What do you mean by "open"? Does the manifold gasket leak, is the manifold cracked, is the air filter or air filter hose not connected? What are the symptoms, and who told you it was open?
using a mechanics stethoscope check each running bearing while the engine is running. The normal noise will be a base rumble but if you hear one that is different to the others ( a series of knocks ) then suspect that as failing. The noise may be from the belt itself as it may be cracking or going hard and in need of replacement
They can only be folded down in the vehicle, however, I am sure that if you wanted to, the seats could be unbolted from the floor and removed that way, but you would not have the convenience of using them at any time as they would have to be re-bolted back into the car when you wanted them in the van.