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


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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