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Fuseable links are pieces of different color wire inserted into the
wiring harness.these are either placed next to the battery or, next to the starter
to prevent a fire if the correct fuses are defeated or, a short occurs in a fusebox.
Since you hooked up your battery backwards your alternator may also be damaged.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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SOURCE: Fusible Links on 1972 Ford F 250 PU

follow the wire where you think the link may be, and and where the large bulge is, is where the link usually is, now the fuse is not usually non-replaceable, so you can go to a parts house and get an aftermarket fuse link that can easily be installed. take the voltage regulator with you and have it tested to insure it was not damaged.
also check all fuses in the fuse box. and the link on the main wire on the back of the alternator.

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SOURCE: i hooked my battery up backwards, heard a (pop)

SHOULD BE A MAIN FUSE FOLLOW THE POSITIVE BATTERY CABLE AND IT SHOULD TAKE YOU TO THE FUSE SHOULD BE LIKE A 60 AMP

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78 f250 battery backwards


Could be fusible Master link which is sometimes around battery and runs to fuse box. Looks like fat wire and melts connection from battery to body.

Another possibility is the wires to the Ignition switch. Most are inactive until the Ignition is turned on, but with reversed polarity things can happen.

Fusible Relays. You are lucky most of your truck is not computerized. But there may be an Ignition relay and a Light relay. Some had a grey module on the distributor.

Test for the fusible link first and see if it has melted. If you have power to the fuse box, check that there is power on the power side of the panel.

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That wire was probably a fuseable link which is designed to melt inside like a regular fuse.
Do you have voltage on both ends ? And are the other fuses getting power ?

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the only time I have broke fusible links if can I putted battery cables backwards

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I would look at the maxi fuses and fuseable links especially from the starter.

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Fuseable link are near the battery Hope this works

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