Question about 1990 Dodge Grand Caravan
Fusible link =red wire with two white strips burn in half, engine cranks but won't start, wht is it? 1990 caravan 3.3
In the Chrysler service manual on p.8W-71(top rt) sheet 14 (bottom rt) it gives you a diagram of a red wire going to the ignition switch which might be the reason that your vehicle isn't starting. I would suggest repairing that burnt wire first and seeing if there are any fuses that are blowed as a result of this...usually a bad ground will cause the voltage to decrease which in turn causes the amperage to increase which causes a lot of burning issues.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Most likely for the ignition circuit. a new link must be soldered into place.determine the cause of the short or new link will blow as well.
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