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PLASTIC HOUSING CASE CONNECTED TO THE POSITIVE CABLE ON THE BATTERY

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SOURCE: 1989 oldsmobile cutlass ciera 3.3L V6, plastic housing

New kick down cable, that cable is for your passing gear, easy chg. unhook from throttle and take little bolt out that holds plastic peace on trans and you will see how its connected in trans. it will look like a little piece of wire with a bend in it and the end of cable will have a hole that slips over to connect it to cable. You will understand it when you see it.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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Sounds like a dead short. May be the battery. Not sure what hooks to it as I don't know the year of the vehicle. Disconnect the battery cables and see what it does. Make sure everything is off before you connect the cables. If it arc's when you hook the cables up, there is a short somewhere.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

SOURCE: 1993 Buick century Battery dies after sitting for

From what I get,you have a battery (12.31 Voltage Drop) all the time
No way all the fusable links are out of system
That is kind of extreme to cut them

Go to 20AMP first, and put the meter back in series,as your were.
If you get anything over 30 Mili Amp ,and it doesn't time out after 10 min,you found the issue.
The fuses out ,should have killed that.

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with an 8mm wrench remove the bolts to the cables

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SOURCE: there is a wire attached

the car started and run before? if so, bypass the wire with a wire connection kit from autozone or advance auto,it may be a metal fuse link for an added stereo,or another application. it may even be a fuseable link. if so take it off, then go to parts place and do not be afraid to ask questions!you may have to buy an application to car to make it run safely.so what!i would sleep better knowing i did not give you wrong advice.disconnect the application, take it to autozone, advance auto,nappa. and find out what the application is. you cannot go wrong by doing that, don't be afraid to ask questions! if i could see it, i would be able to tell you what to do and how. but i can't thank you for choosing fixya.com

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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