Thank you for the info. I got your email with the picture but it was the same as the first one on here, but the new ones on here are much more clearer, I could not wait so I went out tonight and checked the #4 red 10amp fuse and it was fine. Then I looked at the wire coming from the battery to the alternator and its an orange wire that says "fuseable link" on it, and there seems to be a black thing in the middle of the wire that might hold a fuse, but im not sure, I took a picture of it and edited it and circled it for you to see. If this wire is the issue, do I need to replace the whole wire, or can a fuse be changed in there?
When you said fuseable link, I assumed it was a wire with a fuse in the middle of it that can be swapped out.
I was not able to do any electric test because I dont have a light tester or a meter, I will get one later on today when the stores are open.
So basicly my question is if I dont get a reading, and the fuseable link is bad, does the whole wire need to be replaced? It goes into a red harness (i also marked it on my photo) but im not sure where the other half goes to. I'll cross that bridge if I need to.
Thank you for the help so far! Greatly appreciated!
Sunday, December 13th, 2009 AT 1:36 AM