Check fusable links
location of fusable links Ford Ranger 1990 2.9
mine are next to the water pump swtich
follow the wire that comes off the back of the alternator.It goes up to the starter relay(Square silver box behind the battery on the passenger side)You will see the fusible links attached to the starter relay.
Electrical circuits are protected by: 1) Fuses 2) Circuit Breakers and/or 3) Fusable links
Check fusable links
The fusable links are ususally located about 5 to 6 inches away from the starter on the harness.
More than likely you will find it is not a fuse you have a problem with it is a fusable link in the wiring system follow the main power lead from the battery to the starter there is a small capusal like area in this lead if it is burned up this is why you have no power it is called a fuseable link if it is not in the main hot wire look at the smaller wires coming off the starter. they will have fusable links in them as well .
On driver side under the dash by door fusable links are in engine compartment on driver side by fire wall
repleace module on diserbuter.
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look on the firewall of the van under the hood at the harness behind the brake booster there are fusable links, that in case of an electric short the wire burns on the inside, and as a result you do not get the starter to turn over. use a test light, turn ignition on and test which wire has no electric continuance, once you find it you can jump the wire and the van will start. after you locate the bad fusable link i advise you to go to the auto parts and buy another fusable link to replace it, for safety purposes.
Suggest you check all fuses and fusable links first.
Fusible links are placed in certain wires on a vehicle leading mostly to large current draw items such as the starter, or alternator, and lights. When a certain temperature is reached from too much amperage draw the link will melt saving the rest of the system from damage. Any system with a blown fusible link will not operate and was most likely shorting to ground.
There is a fusable link located under the hood , driver's side , you will see a bunch of fusable links together its in that pile ,if you feel around you will find a loose wire on one end .Use test light to conform its bad both sides of the link .Once you found it cut it out replace with new link .NAPA $2.00
Most often, the fusable link is more difficult to locate than it is to change. Usually it is an enlarged section of a molded wire. To replace the fusable link, first find a replacment of the same amperage. Then cut the old link out of the wire and splice in the replacment. Most replacment fusable links will have some method of sealing the wire against moisture and corosion, somake sure to follow instructions when you splice in the new link. Also, make sure you have disconnected the battery wile you work on live wires.
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check the fusable links that come off the battery and possible off the starter check them with a test light
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there is no fuse for the headlights. Could be many reasons. Start with the fusible links down by the starter.
CHECK FUSABLE LINKS AND THE IGNITION SWITCH.FOR 12VOLT REF
check to see if you have a wire, smaller gage from positive terminal, some have a separate hot wire to the acc. key, mine corroded lossing connection and some have fusable links in them.