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Where is fusible link for main power supply on 1988 mitsubishi montero, was running fine yesterday, today I have no power. The battery is good , I have 13 volts at the starter but no power to anything else, thank

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Look around the battery area i seem to recall some big fuses in a box ,Now if your is or isnt the same ??

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there is a fuse link at the positive side of the battery, you could check that one if it is still good. it is the small wire that goes to a clip then to another clip. about 3 inches long between clips is the fuse link.

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