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Fuseable link on a 2006 Chrysler Sebring

mailman007mailman007 Posts: 2
edited September 2014 in Chrysler
Can anyone help me locate the "fuse-able" link on my car.
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  • ray80ray80 Posts: 1,655
    There are likely a number of them in the fuse box (s). If you were lucky the one you are thinking of replacing will show obvious signs of failure (unless you can be more specific on which one and someone can point it out)
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,482
    edited September 2014
    You may find one or more coming off the + battery cable, also between the alternator and battery, or alternator and starter motor.

    A fusible link is a special type of wire that protects a circuit that has constant high current requirements and must resist high surges in the circuit. The circuit between the alternator and battery is a good example of a circuit where a fusible link would be used. When a fusible link melts, the vehicle will normally not have any power whatsoever. A melted fusible link can be tricky to detect because the wire will melt, but the insulation may appear unaffected.
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