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2000 chevy s-10 has no power

I think its my fusible link how and where is it

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If it's a 2.2L 4 cylinder with automatic & air conditioning, and the problem is most common when your A/C is on, it's normal because you only have a 130 hp engine. The A/C really soaks up the power. I've lost most drag races with mine even with 18 wheelers.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

  • GeraldB Aug 18, 2008

    On second thought, what do you mean by no power. Do you mean you turn
    the ignition key and the starter doesn't turn over? It could be your
    starter relay located in the fuse block under the hood. It's a little
    cube device.

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