The fuse is located in the Power Distribution Center under the hood. The factory manual shows the location to be "GEN" in the diagram. It's a 140 amp bolt in type fuse. Most of the time the fuse will blow when the oil filter touches the power post of the alternator while changing the filter.
it goes on the crank water pump and alternator
I have a 1997 ford expedition that the alternator is not charging the battery. Had the alternator tested and it was good the battery is new. Cant find the fuse for the alternator does anyone know where it is?
Sounds like voltage regulator (located in alternator) is defective. It's the alternator. The same alerts occurred in my 2006 Sonata.
On the back of the alternator
I have a schematic from Monaco but it is too small to read. Russell@rfcellutions.com
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One can go to his or her local Dodge dealer to see if there is a Dodge Cummins 4x4 for sale. One can also check Trovit, CarGurus, and Auto Trader to see if anyone is selling this car.
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Pictures of the thermostat housing location, on a 1998 Cummins diesel engine, can be found at most, heavy duty truck dealerships. The pictures can also be found at many auto-parts stores.
Richard Gora is also using the older Geo alternator from the 3 cylinder models. This alternator has 3 wires. One is drirectly from the battery and 2 others are (or more correctly were) in a green plug. These are the power from the key and the lead to the "no charge" light. My problem is that I do not have the plug and need to determine which of the two wires goes where. Any help ? Thanks !!! Doc PS I have an ohmeter etc etc firstname.lastname@example.org
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I believe there was and it was sung by a band in Lawrence Kansas in the mid to late 70s. The writer was a guy from Chicago married to Linda? Anyone remember the name of the band?