it hard to say exactlly where the fuseable link is, your best bet is to trace all the lines until you find a small cylindrical rubber piece on the wire, if you are fairly sure that this is your problem its then just a matter of cutting out this section of wire and A: Just splice the wire, using proper connnectors, and heat shrinks to avoid any possible short circuiting B: Purchase a small gauge inline fuse kit and install it in the OEM location of the fuseable link. Again be sure to take your time and make all of the connections securely and properly.
You failed to mention what year the S10 is but, most of them use a fusible link to protect the alternator circuit.
were is athe fusbla link located on a 1992 Chevy s10 IT'S LOCATED JUST ABOVE THE STARTER AND CELINOID. THERE'S 2 OF THEM THERE.
If you want to protect the electrical system from a major melt down, yes.
Near the battery or on the back of the alternator
After doing some research I have found that there is no fusible link. wiring schematics for 1997 S10 Blazer can be found at: http://www.autozone.com/addVehicleId,2336402/initialAction,repairGuide/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800bffd2
Under the battery tray. The battery and battery tray must be removed to gain access to charging system fuse.
4500 lbs +
An S10 is the same as a Chevy S10.
Get a real truck!
what kind of vehicle
It does not have a fuse sorry.
60 to 66 psi.
There is no fixing it, it must be replaced.
According to my owners manual for my 5 speed 1999 S10 it's 18.5 gallons (70.0L) standard tank.
how to drai torque converter on 1999 chevy blazer
each code is different
It has no governor. Speed is controlled by the ECU.
I have a 98 S10 pickup with the 2.2L engine and standard transmission. I average 27 mpg.
I have a s10 on 24's layin frame.... yeah with small tires 25s
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