Question about 1987 Nissan Pathfinder
There are fusible links in the electrical system. They usually are close to the battery, I don't know for sure on your car, any way they start out looking like regular wires usually 12 gauge and 10 gauge. there will be, what looks like a plastic tube molded on to it. these are the links. To check them you will need a volt meter and check voltage on both side of them. cut back the rubber coating if you have to. if the voltage is not the same replace it. you can replace them with the links, But I would get inline fuse holders and use them.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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