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Old 07-02-2017, 01:01 PM   #31
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Just bought a 86.5 for my son and its full of electrical gremlins. Previous owner took out all the fusible links and straight wired it. I assume it worked for him but a week after buying it the alt. won't charge and none of the warning lights in the dash work when initially turning the key (backlights, clock and speedo work). New alt. does the same thing. I ordered new fusible links yesterday. Also the turn signals don't work. Hazard lights work so I know all the bulbs are good. I replaced the flasher relay just for kicks and the turn signal switch and took the hazard switch apart and cleaned all the contacts. Still no turn signal. I've been researching this site for weeks but nothing is working. Any help is greatly appreciated
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Anybody got the parts number for the fuseable link on. 4cyl 95 D21 ? I thought it was in another post but can’t find it.
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Old 01-09-2018, 02:48 PM   #33
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try 24022-84M60 (3 brn wire) 24022-01G00 (1 blk, 1 grn wire) your truck uses both...
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try 24022-84M60 (3 brn wire) 24022-01G00 (1 blk, 1 grn wire) your truck uses both...
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Old 11-14-2018, 11:17 PM   #35
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Would running the battery straightwired & not having fusible links cause Knightmare's light issue above?
I don't have fusible links & none of my lights work & I have a new lightswitch in?
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Old 11-15-2018, 12:04 AM   #36
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Would running the battery straightwired & not having fusible links cause Knightmare's light issue above?
I don't have fusible links & none of my lights work & I have a new lightswitch in?
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Straight wire could have burned out relays when his alternator was messing up.

You can't ever say for sure with electrical surges what is going to go out.
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Yeah, there’s no way to know what’s going on when there is modified wiring. Start looking for power at the switch and work your way back to the battery.
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