Where is the alternator fuse located


Asked by Apr 29, 2014 at 10:33 PM about the 2006 Pontiac G6 GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Alternators do not have a fuse, but it may have a fusible link. Follow the heavy wire from the back of the alternator toward the battery +. That said, I do not see any reference to a fusible link (or fuse) for a G6. What makes you think that is the problem?

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U are rite...... I was told by someone there was either a fuse link or relay causing battery not to charge, well I did just what u said , and it was a burnt, Brokin, wire..... Checking continuity from alt. To battery is the fastest way to find this

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Good job. I would follow up by checking the alternator output. Anytime I find a burnt wire I want to know why. Good luck!

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Thank u very much. I'm glad u guys exist. If I hadn't done what u said, id be out there today pulling fuses and Prolly replacing windshield. Lol. U guys rock. Thanks!!!!!!! , Dave

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I jumped started a car an they touched the jumpers together now my car wont start what should I do

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My car will not start but the battery is good. It will not turn over, any suggestions what can be wrong?

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Wat is an inline fuse on the alternator wire

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I purchased a new Alternator and a battery, but car is still running off the battery.

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On that car there is a fusible link on the hot wire to the alternator. It jumps off the starter solenoid, an is green. It is not protected properly again chafing and on my car shorted to ground against the a/c compressor. Replace it with another fusible link and protect it with that wire loom.

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