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Old 12-09-2013, 01:18 PM   #1
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I just replaced the alternator on my 93 4.9 and had to jump it since I killed the battery and when I did the wire that runs from alternator or the starter relay fried more specifically the fusable link wire fried but I can't find a replacement fore it but I was told I could use a fuse in wire but I'm not sure what amp fuse to get
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Parts stores have fusible links right on the shelf.
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Well, they're not exactly in amperage ratings. It looks like its a 14 gauge green.
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It was a 12 gage wire and couldn't find it at any parts store but I got it figured out I got the biggest one they had which was 14 gage and so far it's working I tested it for about 30 min last night and no problems and this morning it ran like a champ
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If you look at the diagram, the fuze link is labled as 14 gauge green like I said in the other post, I didnt say anything about wire size.
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