Why dont you try buying just a section of the fuse wire that you need and
make your own links by adding the proper terminals
Also if the fuse link that blew on your vehicle had only one fuse link wire
and connected to two wires
GM suggests that you repair with two seperate fuse links
You're misreading what his question was. He has the correct FL wire. He's
asking about the guage of the standard wire the FL is attached to. Unless I'm
confused as well at this point.
The Vampire, "Muffin Man"
Sounds like heat shrink tubing. A lighter will do fine. don't keep the flame
there too long though. You aren't actually supposed to melt it. When you
apply heat the tubing will quickly shrink down tight around the
connection. - Gary
there are butt connectors out there, that are clear shrink tubing with solder in
the middle,just put the wires through and heat it with a cig lighter.
joins the two wires together, but i wouldn't use it on anything that draws a lot
of power, just good for sensors and low amperage use
Gary - KQ6RT wrote:
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