IS THERE AN INLINE FUSE OR FUSABLE LINK FROM ALTERNATOR TO BATTERY

Asked by Jun 04, 2012 at 10:50 AM about the 2006 Dodge Sprinter Passenger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

NEW ALTERNATOR NOT CHARGING.  NO OUTPUT ON ALTERNATOR.  ALL FUSES GOOD

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Is it a re-manufactured Alternator from a auto parts store? It could be bad right out of the box. Take it back so they can test it and get another. These re-man'd alts are a 50% sucess rate out of the box.

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The fusible link on sprinters is physically in the cable leading from the alternator to the battery. The cable passes up and over the transmission bell housing then on to the battery. The link is where the cable passes over the bell housing. It is not replaceable, the entire cable needs to be replaced. And, rebuilt alternators and good. Rarely do you get one that does not work. Check the voltage output directly at the alternator terminal.

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