1994 Astro Fusible Link

1994 Astro Fusible Link

Postby shrice [OP] » May 18th 2008, 11:19am

I'm trying to locate a suitable replacement for a factory fusible link that is located behind the battery on the firewall on a 1994 Astro Van. This link uses a four wire pigtail weather proof connector. One connection within the connector has become hot/corroded and lost the ability to stay in contact, and appears to be the main wire feeding power to the running circuit. This link was replaced two years ago, only to have the same identical problem reappear. The other three connections are perfect, no signs of over heating. I personally think this link is has faulty slip connectors within the harness.

Thanks,

Steve-
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