Question about 1984 Chevrolet K1500
Fusible links work much differently than blade fuses, they can tolerate a large load without melting, this is why they are used for high amp draw systems. You can't substitute the blade fuses, they will blow repeatedly if you do. Fusible links are very cheap and all auto parts stores have them, they go by color to indicate what the amp rating is, wire gauge is not used. So the bottom line hear is you can use blade fuses but they will likely blow often, you will need fusible links (Green) or 30 or 20 amp fuses. Here is the color breakdown of all fusible links.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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