Question about 1986 GMC K1500
Posted by Anonymous on
yes this is dangerous, any heated wires so close to the fuel can be deadly. if they are melting then either the wrong fuse size has been used and this is overcharging the thinkness of the wires, thin wires require low amp fusees where as thicker wire higher fuses. the other issue is there is a possibility of overcharging or two wires contacting each other, this coaul destroy all the electric on the car and would be very costly to repair, I would be looking at wires contacting either each other or the car body "red" positives touching the metal work.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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