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Where is the fusible link to the starter system?

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I believe there is a fuse for that in the fusebox under the hood, it should be labeled "crank" usually a 10 amp fuse.

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How do i check to see if my fusible link is any good in my 1988 oldsmobile royale 88


If you are mechanically inclined, check for power at the starter when turning key to start. Where is your fusible link attached ? Try by passing starter solenoid, if engine turns over, you may have a bad starter.

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No power in the swith starter


I'll guess that what you mean is there is no power to the starter switch. It would help, always, to know what you are working on, but in general, most cars have fusible links to protect major circuits. Yours may have blown a fusible link powering the ignition switch, or if you meant the starter solenoid, perhaps the link to it. If you are unfamiliar with these links, google "fusible links".

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85 ford tempo injector curcit has no power, checked curit with nod light and did not get a power response. cloud you try to help


  • There is a fuse panel located behind the left hand side of the instrument panel. Check to see if the fuel injector fuse is good. Should the fuse look good then it is time to get out the multi meter or test light and diagnose the harness. I have put up a diagram and a description of the the points to check. Sometimes it comes down to diagnosing. Check the fuse first.

  • Fusible link C, Fusible link G, Fusible link J, Fusible link P, Fusible link R supply power to the EFI system.

  1. Fuse Link A: At LH Strut Tower.
  2. Fuse Link B: At LH Strut Tower.
  3. Fuse Link C: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  4. Fuse Link D: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  5. Fuse Link E: At LH Strut Tower.
  6. Fuse Link F: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  7. Fuse Link G: Front Of LH Strut Tower, In Tape Out To C107.
  8. Fuse Link H: At LH Strut Tower.
  9. Fuse Link J: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  10. Fuse Link P: LH Rear Of Engine Compartment, In Tape Out To C106.
  11. Fuse Link R: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  12. Fuse Panel: Behind LH Side Of Instrument Panel, Right Of Steering Column.






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Apr 30, 2011 | 1985 Ford Tempo

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Need help finding fuseible link that goes to starter


CHARGING SYSTEM
The charging system is an integral part of the battery and starter systems. Since all of these systems work together, any diagnosis and testing should be done in conjunction.

The charging system is protected by a 12 gauge fusible link located in the A11 circuit. This fusible link is between the generator and the starter.

The generator ground is provided through a case ground in the generator to its attaching bracket. This generator uses a voltage regulator internal to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM)

When the vehicle is running, battery voltage is applied to the generator field terminal through the A142 circuit. This circuit is the output from the contact side of the Automatic Shut Down (ASD) relay. The ground, or voltage regulated side, of the generator field is controlled by the K20 circuit which connects to cavity 4 of the PCM connector.

When there is current present in the field, and the rotor is turning, the stator in the generator produces a B+ voltage that is supplied to the battery through the A11 and A0 circuits. The A11 circuit is connected to the output terminal of the generator and connects to the engine starter motor battery feed terminal. The A0 circuit is a direct feed line from the battery and connects to the engine starter motor.

Grounding for the system is accomplished at the battery negative terminal. These grounds connect to the engine and body.

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Inspect for a blown fusible link in the A11 circuit between the generator and the starter motor.

other Fusible link goes from the starter to the alternator. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

Aug 11, 2010 | 2004 Dodge Neon

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I reversed the cables on battery and now the truck will not start


Look for a blown fuse,or fusible links to be burned out,these fusible links will bolt onto the starter with the positive cable,I do not know what year it is,but if it is a newer model,there is a fuse on the rail,on passengers side,near the radiator,it will be a flat fuse with two mounting bolts on each side of it,150 amp,or 200 amp,or lower,disconnect the battery before replacing it.

May 10, 2010 | Chevrolet C1500 Cars & Trucks

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1994 geo prism, fuse blew, I don't have manual


the only fuse for the starter is not located in the fuse box it is located in the positive wires that go to the starter its called a fusible link and when then amperage of the starter exceeds the fusible link rating the fusible link blows the link is usually located inthe positive wire to the starter and at some point fatter then the wire itself

May 04, 2010 | 1990 Geo Prizm

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79 chevy k10 starter problems


Fusible Links

The engine compartment wiring harness has several fusible links. The same size wire with a special hypalon insulation must be used when replacing a fusible link.
The links are located in the following areas:
  1. A molded splice at the starter solenoid Bat terminal, a 14 gauge red wire.
  2. A 16 gauge red fusible link at the junction block to protect the unfused wiring of 12 gauge or larger wire. This link stops at the bulkhead connector.
  3. The alternator warning light and field circuitry is protected by a 20 gauge red wire fusible link used in the battery feed to voltage regular #3 terminal. The link is installed as a molded splice in the circuit at the junction block.
  4. The ammeter circuit is protected by two 20 gauge fusible links installed as molded splices in the circuit at the junction block and battery to starter circuit.
Other things it MIGHT be are the ignition switch, located on top of the steering column:

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The other thing it MIGHT be is a faulty ignition cylinder (where your key goes into to start the K10).

Check the wire harness on the steering column also.

Oct 28, 2009 | 1983 Chevrolet C1500

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If the fusable link at the starter is broken


if just the starter fusible link is burned then you should have power to and from the switch, and also power before but not after the fusible link itself. if this is the case you may actually have a bad starter. fusible links burn out for a reason. of course, you'd have to replace the burned fusible link as well.

Sep 30, 2009 | 1999 GMC Safari

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