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The two fusible links on G.M. cars used to be behind the alternator. A heavy (appx. 10 gauge) wire on the alternator had a fusible link a couple of inches back from the bolt. Pull on wire to see if the link is burned out. The other link was attached to the starter soleniod . Same test.