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It looks as if the housing of the altenater fuse is gone and the 2 metal bars are just pushed together. but is not firmly connected. could this b causing my battery to lose power? where do i get another fuse? 80 amp

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Yes,the alternator is not charging the battery becouse of the fuse,go to the nearest auto parts store and get it.

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