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Jalopnik What's The Worst Place Your Car Has Died?
Turns out the master fusible link had gone. The big one. This was, as the T-Wagon was a kind of cab-over design, completely inaccessible. I remember dad slaving over that thing the whole trip. Still no idea how he managed to get it patched up for the
TrustedReviews Kia Sportage
Kia has also invested in the hardware to make the car handle comfortably and securely. Multi-link rear suspension may sound complex (and it is!) but is standard across the Sportage range. Rivals – Qashqai and Kadjar included – 'hide' the fact that some 
Four Wheeler Network Ford Alternator Upgrade for More Battery Charging Power
So when the new 1992 F-150 (last generation Bronco) came out, Ford rolled out the 3G that brought both 95A and 130A versions to the battery-charging party along with several case configurations to fit a wide range of both cars and trucks. The huge
Four Wheeler Network Illuminating Dirt: Lighting Tech For Four-Wheelers
Fusible links are made of special wire that will melt and burn in a specific, easily replaceable area. Everything that uses electricity on your car (with the exception of the starter motor) should have a fuse or fusible link wired inline. Fuses are

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Automotive Electrical Handbook
Automotive Electrical Handbook
Published by Penguin 1986
ISBN 0895862387,9780895862389
159 pages
How to wire a car from scratch.
How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive
How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive
ISBN 9781616730949,1616730943
pages
The Car Builder's Handbook
The Car Builder's Handbook
Published by Penguin 1997
ISBN 1557882789,9781557882783
169 pages
Provides tips and techniques for constructing the body, chassis, powertrain and drivertrain, and interior, and covers all aspects of planning a project
Classic British Car Electrical Systems
Classic British Car Electrical Systems
Published by Veloce Publishing Ltd 2009
ISBN 9781845842154,1845842154
176 pages
This book covers British car electrical systems from 1950 to 1980. Particular emphasis is placed on the Lucas, Smith and SU components that were ubiquitous in British cars of the period. Each major system is given its own chapter, providing theory, component parts and full system operating explanations. Modifications are suggested for those wishing to bring performance and reliability up to more modern standards. Fault-finding charts, cross referenced to the appropriate pages in the book, are...
How To Diagnose and Repair Automotive Electrical Systems
How To Diagnose and Repair Automotive Electrical Systems
ISBN 1610609905,9781610609906
pages

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Lazy Toyota transmission, towing a motorcycle and does my car have a timing belt?
If the alternator was removed from the car and 'bench' tested and found to be OK, look for a wiring or fusible link problem that is affecting the electrical system. Q. In a past column you helped readers identify if their cars had a timing belt.
Common automotive electrical problems
Vehicle owners sometimes cause fusible links to fail by jump-starting a car with the clamps reversed. Sometimes the source of an electrical problem in a vehicle can be a broken electrical wire or a blown fuse. All of the electrical components of a vehicle ...
Car Expenses: Trace the fuse for clue on the cause
that would suggest the fuse is covering the blower circuit and you have a bad blower motor or a bad or burnt blower motor switch. Q: I have a 2008 Saturn Vue. The car has developed a problem with the brakes. When the brake pedal is applied, the brakes ...
Auto Car GM 14 Gauge Fusible Link Fuse #8402
Auto Car GM 14 Gauge Fusible Link Fuse #8402
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Automotive Fusible Link Chart
Automotive Fusible Link Chart

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