Question about 1991 Subaru Legacy
When I click the ignition it did not start because the fusible link already opened/melt . When I connect it temporary wire, it started. Now I want to replace the fusible link but I don,t know the amperage.
Any Subaru dealer will be happy to sell you the correct replacement.
Posted on Nov 30, 2013
SOURCE: Dead Car, possible solutions?
Not sure if the fusible link is the problem. It sounds more like you have something wrong in the electrical system. If you want to try replacing the fusible link, you can order it on line at www.napaonline.com. But the problem could be as simple as a bad battery. When you turn the key, do the lights come on for your radio or guages?
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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