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Where are the fuseable links on a 1990 z24?

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2009-01-27 03:38:40
2009-01-27 03:38:40

The fusible links on my '89 Z24 are located at the starter solenoid where the end of the positive battery cable attaches to the large terminal. There may be a fusible link near the positive battery cable in the 10 gauge wire (not the heavy gauge one). Good luck.

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