..Fusible Link What gauge wire do I need to use for the main fusible link in a 2000 jeep cherokee?
my guess he means , what thermal wire code to use.
they are color coded.
the fuse is bottom M1/M2 location of the PDC right"?
the problem is the OP failed to show exact wire.
my guess this is PDC question, (where are your hands/?)
fuse link A11? gas engine, right, USA?
A11 code 10 DG (dark green)
to the generator?
caused by shorted ALT or changing it with battery connected
yes, they blow.
the they have not just one engine, nor one alternator
but 124 amps the alt on 4L , with automatic. 4speed.
these are the rules. SAE.ORG
What size replacement fusible link should be used ?
The automotive service industry recommends using the same gauge and length as the blown fusible link after the cause of failure is corrected.
A 14-gauge wire would be protected by an 18-gauge fusible link. A 6-gauge wire would be protected by a 10-gauge link, and so on. Odd number wire gauge sizes like 19, 15, 13 and 11 are counted when sizing a link. The length of a fusible link should not exceed 9".
is the old link, still readable.
see the color
measure its size,. these tow question are first.
my jeep FSM shows it as 10 gage harness size. (M1/M2 gen slot)
so, 8 gauge thermal link is my guess. per SAE.
why not go to jeep and buy it?
Jan 05, 2017 |
2000 Jeep Cherokee