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18 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 9" Length 16 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 9" Length Non Insulated Fusible Link Connectors 12-10 Gauge
Online Price: $6.66
Online Price: $6.97
Online Price: $7.69
Universal Fusible Link 18 Gauge Universal Fusible Link - 16 Gauge Non Insulated Fusible Link Connectors 12-10 Gauge
The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Universal Fusible Links
  • Gauge: 18
  • Length: 9 Inches
  • Replaces Chrysler: 3843392 & other 18 Ga. links
  • (5) 9" Lengths Per Package
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    The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Universal Fusible Links
  • Gauge: 16
  • Length: 9 Inches
  • Replaces GM: 6292996, 8903489 Ford D3AZ-14526-E & other 16 Ga. links
  • (5) 9" Lengths Per Package
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  • Non Insulated Fusible Link Connectors
  • 12-10 Gauge
  • 50 Per Package
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  • 14 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 9" Length 12 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 9" Length 10 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 9" Length
    Online Price: $9.12
    Online Price: $10.76
    Online Price: $12.10
    Universal Fusible Link - 14 Gauge Fusible Link 12 Ga. 9" Length Fusible Link 10 Ga. 9" Length
    The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Universal Fusible Links
  • Gauge: 14
  • Length: 9 Inches
  • Replaces GM: 6292995, 8903488 Ford D3AZ-14526D & other 14 Ga. links
  • (5) 9" Lengths Per Package
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    The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Universal Fusible Links
  • Gauge: 12
  • Length: 9 Inches
  • Replaces GM: 6293923
  • (5) 9" Lengths Per Package
  • View Catalog Page
    The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Universal Fusible Links
  • Gauge: 10
  • Length: 9 Inches
  • Replaces GM: 12077140
  • (5) 9" Lengths Per Package
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    Non Insulated Fusible Link Connectors 16-14 Gauge 14 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 25 Ft Gray Or Rust 10 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 25 Ft Rust
    Online Price: $13.43
    Online Price: $18.14
    Online Price: $29.32
    Non Insulated Fusible Link Connectors 16-14 Gauge 14 Gauge 25' Fusible Link Wire Fusible Link Wire 10 Gauge 25 Ft Length Rust
  • Non Insulated Fusible Link Connectors
  • 16-14 Gauge
  • 100 Per Package
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  • The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Gauge: 14
  • Length: 25 Ft.
  • Color: Gray or Rust *
  • Replaces GM: 6292995
  • 1 Spool Per Package
    *Color may vary at manufacturer’s option.
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    The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Gauge: 10
  • Length: 25 Ft.
  • Color: Rust
  • Replaces GM: 12077140
  • 1 Spool Per Package
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    8 Gauge Fusible Link Wire 25 Ft Black Or Rust
    Online Price: $71.65
    Fusible Link Wire 8 Gauge Black Or Rust
    The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire (i.e. 10 ga. is thicker than 16 ga.)
    A fusible link is a special section of low tension cable installed by an OEM and designed to open a circuit when subjected to extreme current overload. Its purpose is to minimize wiring system damage when such an overload accidentally occurs in those circuits protected by the fusible link. A short circuit causes the fusible link to act as an element in a “slow-blow” fuse. A fusible link is not intended to be used in place of a fuse but only where a fuse cannot be economically employed. Our fusible line wire meets the requirements of SEJ-156 and the insulation has the characteristics as listed for EAE, SE J-1128Type SXL. The vehicle manufacturer should be consulted about questions on fusible link length and size. General practice has been for a fusible link to be 4 gauges smaller than the circuit wire. Example: if the circuit wire is 12 gauge, use a 16 gauge fusible link. Final determination should be based on O.E.M.application.
    Note: Extreme care should be taken to always replace a fusible link with the same gauge and length as installed by the manufacturer.
  • Gauge: 8
  • Length: 25 Ft.
  • Color: Black or Rust *
  • 1 Spool Per Package
    *Color may vary at manufacturer’s option.

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