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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Help
« Reply #45 on: May 26, 2020, 10:33:53 PM »
Brand new rigs can do it too, my chevy was on the tow truck 3-4 times before it had its first oil change. It was electrical problem, loose wire to fuse box,  fixed and never another issue.

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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Updated all ok
« Reply #46 on: May 27, 2020, 03:01:56 PM »
Well got the truck in the drive way now runs great.

The problem after a lot of research was a fuseable link on the right side of the positive battery post.
There is one each side. They are 30 amp. But somehow the right one over heated. Thatís still a mystery.

Maybe on the rough road the battery moved and caused the issue. We did find the battery holder had broken. So a new one was installed.

The solution take it to the dealer and replace it for a lot of bucks. Or just by pass the darn thing as I guess they donít put them on any longer. And they are not needed.

So by pass and presto started right up.

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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Updated all ok
« Reply #47 on: May 27, 2020, 03:03:36 PM »
By pass

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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Updated all ok
« Reply #48 on: May 27, 2020, 03:04:23 PM »
Last one
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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Updated all ok
« Reply #49 on: May 27, 2020, 03:29:42 PM »
Well got the truck in the drive way now runs great.

The problem after a lot of research was a fuseable link on the right side of the positive battery post.
There is one each side. They are 30 amp. But somehow the right one over heated. Thatís still a mystery.

Maybe on the rough road the battery moved and caused the issue. We did find the battery holder had broken. So a new one was installed.

The solution take it to the dealer and replace it for a lot of bucks. Or just by pass the darn thing as I guess they donít put them on any longer. And they are not needed.

So by pass and presto started right up.
They are needed or they would not be there, they are available all day long for cheap, Dorman products even makes one #926-002
https://www.amazon.com/Dorman-Solutions-926-002-Battery-Circuit/dp/B07GNLNJ61

Fix it right!, don't be a Carbeque  :chuckle: :cue:
To hunt and butcher an animal is to recognize that meat is not some abstract form of protein that springs into existence tightly wrapped in cellophane and styrofoam.

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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Updated all ok
« Reply #50 on: May 28, 2020, 03:39:41 PM »
Well got the truck in the drive way now runs great.

The problem after a lot of research was a fuseable link on the right side of the positive battery post.
There is one each side. They are 30 amp. But somehow the right one over heated. Thatís still a mystery.

Maybe on the rough road the battery moved and caused the issue. We did find the battery holder had broken. So a new one was installed.

The solution take it to the dealer and replace it for a lot of bucks. Or just by pass the darn thing as I guess they donít put them on any longer. And they are not needed.

So by pass and presto started right up.
They are needed or they would not be there, they are available all day long for cheap, Dorman products even makes one #926-002
https://www.amazon.com/Dorman-Solutions-926-002-Battery-Circuit/dp/B07GNLNJ61

Fix it right!, don't be a Carbeque  :chuckle: :cue:

Well did more research and contacted my buddies son who is one of the top Nissan mechanic on the west coast.
He told me that the by pass was a good temporary fix and would be fine with a fuse in it. However he said it it were his he would put back original.
So I am heading your advice and his. He has the parts coming.

Thanks all.
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Re: Emergency, Emergency , Updated all ok
« Reply #51 on: May 28, 2020, 03:53:00 PM »
Well got the truck in the drive way now runs great.

The problem after a lot of research was a fuseable link on the right side of the positive battery post.
There is one each side. They are 30 amp. But somehow the right one over heated. Thatís still a mystery.

Maybe on the rough road the battery moved and caused the issue. We did find the battery holder had broken. So a new one was installed.

The solution take it to the dealer and replace it for a lot of bucks. Or just by pass the darn thing as I guess they donít put them on any longer. And they are not needed.

So by pass and presto started right up.
They are needed or they would not be there, they are available all day long for cheap, Dorman products even makes one #926-002
https://www.amazon.com/Dorman-Solutions-926-002-Battery-Circuit/dp/B07GNLNJ61

Fix it right!, don't be a Carbeque  :chuckle: :cue:

Well did more research and contacted my buddies son who is one of the top Nissan mechanic on the west coast.
He told me that the by pass was a good temporary fix and would be fine with a fuse in it. However he said it it were his he would put back original.
So I am heading your advice and his. He has the parts coming.

Thanks all.
:tup:
Just keep the bypass in the truck for next time
To hunt and butcher an animal is to recognize that meat is not some abstract form of protein that springs into existence tightly wrapped in cellophane and styrofoam.

 


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