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Where is the fusible link in a 1982 Oldsmobile Toronado?


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2006-02-05 21:50:36
2006-02-05 21:50:36

in the v6 it's in the wiring harness above the right valve cover. In the others its in the wire at the starter battery connection and there is one other model that has it at the battery end of the wire that goes to the starter.


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