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I don't know. I always thought fusible links were kind of an alternator thing. Tox is going to check his harness for me and let me know how his is set up.Doesn't the fusible link normally go between the battery and the PDC?
Yeah, I took the jeep over to my grandpa's on Thursday and did a little work. Found some vacuum leaks around the throttle body gasket. Pulled it off, cleaned it up along with the IAC sensor, and reassembled. Also found the hose going to my vacuum resi was dangling and split. Got that fixed and did a combustion gas test on the coolant system. The test fluid didn't change to yellow and there wasn't much air to suck out before it had a vacuum inside, so I think that tells me my head isn't cracked and the gasket is good.I had a seemingly random P301 code pop up on mine. I swapped plugs, pulled injectors and switched them, trying to figure out what was causing it. I also had a failed anti-siphon valve in my fuel pump. I eventually got around to replacing the fuel pump... And my p0301 code hasn't come back since. Doesn't make sense to me, why a bad pump would always show up as a cylinder 1 misfire, but there it is.