Question about 1999 GMC Denali
Check your user manual for the fusible link information which is no longer "fusible links, but have been replaced by relays (square plug-in modules) that will sit in the main distribution panel of the vehicle under the hood. The user manual will tell you which position the relay is in for controlling those devices that failed and will tell you where the distribution panel is so you can remove the cover and see the square modules. The parts store can assist you with this task for free in order to sell you a replaement "maxi fuse".
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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