Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
Posted by Anonymous on
There is no such thing as a fusible relay, there are relays and they are located inside the car some under the dash on driverside and some on the pass/side and then there are relays under the hood in engine compartment inside the fuse/relay box, this acar also has a fusible link or two, this is like a peice of wire but inside the wire will blow like a fuse and the only way to test is with a test light you would need to see if power runs the lengh of that link wire, these are located by the battery and then in the fuse /relay box and on the starter sometimes, the ones in the fusebox under the hood may also be metal type, heres a few picture to show you a few types of fusible links,
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