1. find it 2. remove it...? sorry, no idea :/
You can find wiring schematic @www.modifiedlife.com falconspath
You can find wiring schematics at your local library as they usually have motor manuals there.
The 1991 Blazer has a current draw causing the wire to burn. You will need to trace the wiring out to find what is drawing too much current.
picture of engine of 1991 ford aerostar van
USUALLY THEY ARE LOCATED ON THE RADIATOR SHROUD FAN COVER. ALSO YOU CAN FIND THEM IN MOST INEXPENSIVE SERVICE MANUALS.
pretty sure its in the alternator
which wiring schematics do you need?
The amp rating for the alternator is printed or stamped on the exterior of the alternator case. It is the numerical ampere rating followed by the letter 'A', ie, '100A' would represent a 100 ampere rated alternator.
Best to get a Haynes (Hayes) or Chilton repair manual at a local auto parts shop. About 15 dollars.
Your local Chevy dealer parts man can print that out for you.
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the air conditioner on out 1991 dodge caravan quit working. we changed the fan and it worked fine then stopped, the compressor clutch isn't trying to kick in. we need to find where the fuse links are to see if that is the problem
under hood,usually in front of alternator,beside radiator.
Have you tried the internet page for Chevrolet, it could be that the have details in their files. Hope you have luck Glyn Chapman, Berlin, Germany
The alternators used in these vehicles have an internal regulator. The alternator is serviced as a complete unit and cannot be overhauled. Inside the alternator.
You have to find the schematics to make it.
The schematics of games machines would be copyright of the manufacturer. Either they want you to have that information and will sent it to you or not
alldata.com, or go to auto parts store and get the manual, or go to the library and look up the schematics
Watts or Amps? Amps would be the alternator, don't know where you would find watts. Volts X Amps = Watts, for example 12 Volts X 55 Amp Alternator = 660 Watts