ALTERNATOR FUSE BLOWN
Why an alternator fuse blows? | Yahoo Answers
May 03, 2009Any sort of electrical short will cause extra to flow, hence the blown fuse BTW, that luke guy that posted is wrong. THat 7.5 amp fuse only supplies current to the field side of the alternator. It has nothing to do with the stator side (output side) of the alternator.Followers: 1Status: Open7.5 amps sounds noprmal to me. You either have a shorted voltage regulator or a shorted field coil in the alternator. Any sort of electrical short..Best answer · 0Alternator Fuse0The alternator is probably shorted internally. I would replace the alternator first and the battery at the same time. If it blows the fuse again th..0This Site Might Help You.
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sounds like the alternator has an internal short in it or the power wire goin..0well the reason for it blowing could be that it's producing too much power. It could either be a bad battery, a bad connection to ground somewhere..0Kinda sounds like your voltage regulator is bad0Alternator Fusable Link Keeps Blowing!!!? | Yahoo AnswersSep 21, 2011Status: ResolvedHow can you tell if the alternator has blown? | Yahoo AnswersAug 05, 2006Status: ResolvedSee more results
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whenever you start your truck, the alternator will be on, as it is driven by a belt that is in turn driven by the crank shaft. You need to tell us what precisely you mean by wont start. no sound at all when you turn on the ing. key. a click or thunk sound, but the engine does not crank.