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Old 09-28-2015, 11:25 PM   #11
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Lol, JP2, I think I may do that now that you said that-

Let me add this, for the guys that tout the quest alternator conversion, do you think there are any adverse affects to the swap. I've heard the jump is +40 amps I believe. (From 60 to 100).
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Old 05-30-2016, 11:29 PM   #12
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I have a 1988 Nissan 'Hard Body' pick up, it hasn't been run in 6 months, so I had to replace the battery, but the only sign of life is the door chime, no power, could this be a result of bad fusible links?
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Old 05-31-2016, 12:47 AM   #13
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Often the fusable link will keep the truck from turning the starter and running.
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Often the fusable link will keep the truck from turning the starter and running.
Any thoughts as to why the pick up has no electrical power?
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i would check all the fuses and verify that the 3 main lines at the battery have power through the fuse links.
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In the 1st picture provided, the black connector, 24343, has two slots for two fusible links. One fusible link is 24022-01G05 that has the four wires. What is the part number for the other/2nd fusible link?Keep in mind for 87-88 z24 truck. Thanks
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In the 1st picture provided, the black connector, 24343, has two slots for two fusible links. One fusible link is 24022-01G05 that has the four wires. What is the part number for the other/2nd fusible link?Keep in mind for 87-88 z24 truck. Thanks
It should be in the 2nd link. djs posted a lot of good info, too.

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djs also posted good info on fusible links here:

pics of fusible links and battery cables with part#'s

I started to merge the threads, but that sometimes upsets others.
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Old 09-15-2016, 06:40 AM   #18
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That link is for a '95. Notice the so called "brown wires" that are actually pink,in that fusible link there are only 3 wires. Mine has four. Also the picture shows a second link that has two wires mine has 1. NOT the same from '87 to '95! Maybe function but not looks.
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Old 09-15-2016, 06:47 AM   #19
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I believe I found the part # on nissanpartsdeal. I put in my VIN# and found the two fusible links. One part# is definitely 24022-01G05. The second part # is 24022-05E00. We'll see. I'm going to order them and I'll post back.
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These are the fusible links for '86-'89 hardbody with the Z24 engine. Part # are correct in previous post.
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