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Is there a fusable link for the positive side aof the battery cable

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Yes! You have to replace it as a whole if something goes bad inside,

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Is there a fusable link that would keep the alternator from charging battery in a 1991 chevy corsica

Yes, I believe that would be a fusible link, rather than a large fuse (maxi-fuse) used on later models. The fusible links will tie into the positive battery cable somewhere. If not at the battery, then look for them where the positive cable connects to the starter. A bad fusible link will look like some of the insulation melted, may have bumps and bulges where the fusible link blew out. To replace a link, you cut it out and solder in a new link of the same rating.

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Wires leading into voltage regulator started burning and smoking when trying a different battery. I think the voltage regulator started smoking too. Now I don't get Any spark or buzz even when I turn the...

You may have gotten the +pos and -neg cables crossed, causing the fusable link wire to burn out.
Check for the burned link wire between the alternator and the battery side of the starter solenoid on
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There is a part that connects to the positive side of the battery. It is black and it has a ring that attaches to the battery. On the back end of the connector it plugs into another connector which has...

It is the fusable link connector.
The green wires and red wires are the fusable links.
(If the is a magor short in the electrical system they are designed to act like a fuse and burn through instead of the rest of the trucks wiring.)

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Removed battery cables to reset check engine light, now cooling fans and ac comp. will not work. it is on a 97 pontiac grand prix 3.8 v6

There are fusable links that are inline to the battery positive cable. Make sure you have good connections or an open connection in the feed wire. It may have been broken upon installation. Question.,.did you install the negative cable first before the positive cable? If so it can short out a fusable link

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Sounds like a fusable link , some of the smaller wires that run from the positive post on the battery have a larger diamiter section about an inch long pull on both sides of these arias together, if it feels spungy then you need to cut out that section, go to the parts store and get another "fusable link" and replace it.

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My 1985 ram 50 has lost all electrical power

How old is the battery? How are the cables and ends that hook up to the battery? If you have a Voltage meter check the batt. voltage should be about 12.6Vdc. Check your cables for crossion and clean that off and reconect the battery. You will also have whats called fuseable links that are conected to the main red or positive cable these fusable links are fuses that look like wires. They protect the car from major shorts, but do break internal sometimes. The best way to check these is with a voltmeter also, should have volts at both ands as it is checked to the ground side of the battery.  

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Battery is connected,battery is charged,has no power to anything,no lights no horn.

Check the battery connections at the battery, and the starter, and the ground. Use a test light to see if you have power to the starter. If you don't, you may have blown a fusable link in your battery cable. JUst keep checking down the cable with your test light. If you have power on one side of the fusable link, and not the other, it's toast. Replace cable.

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There should be two small 8mm bolts holding the fusible link by the sides...don't pull the fusible link before unscrewing the 2 bolts as they will damage the holder.

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