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You didn't specify, but I am assuming this is an LE platform?
It does not sat
Not on the trunk>?
It does not say that all i can say v6 3000 searies
O.K. Open the hood, go to th ebattery, follow the
Sorry, had a lap top issue.
i have checked out the elec. panel left side it is hot
O.K. There is a Fuse Link, white, located off the battery. It will have a black and green wire attached to it. Take a test lamp and probe each side.
There should be power on the battery side of the link, and power on the black/green wire if the link is good.
If that is good, then you will want to go to the Engine room Fuse Block and check the Main Fuse 40 AMP for power on each leg.
If these check out, then you will need to look at the AM1 fuse, left of the steering column
At this point, you are probing for power on either side of the fuse.
I see no such a link there
Fuse Link Block
there is power at the 40a main fuse buut no power at am1
O.K. Wait one
O.K. Probe the 100 amp ALT Fuse
Did that it ok i checed voltage thru it 12.6
If you have power at the ALT fuse, and nothing at the AM1, then you either have a break in the black and red wire from the ALT fuse to AM1, or a fuse block issue at either fuse block. I would pull the fuse block W/ the ALT fuse and probe it from underneath. You may find it corroded or burnt. form there you will need to track to the AM1 Fuse.let me know what you find.
ok but it may take a bit
Quesion there is the black and red wire from battiery to starter selinoid then doesent the black and red wires go from there to fuse panel to feed am1
there are two b/r wires going to fues panel inside cab
the 100amp alt fuse does not pull out and all wires are inside a plastic houseing
Ok i found it the 100 amp fues is out can not see the i was going to probe the filiment to the b/6 wire in cab any ideas how to get the fuse block out so the 100 am fuse can be unscrewed