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Old 04-01-2024, 06:23 PM   #21
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Year: 1991
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Chassis: International 3800
Engine: DTA360 / MT643
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Originally Posted by Booyah45828 View Post
Could have been the sockets for the fuse in the holder themselves. Who knows, who cares, the fix is replacing the assembly which is what you did.

Good call on finding that the fuse was warm. Copper transmits heat well, sometimes you might find the whole wire warm to the touch if its causing enough resistance. I see those fuses full of corrosion on occasion here in the rust belt.

You ever check codes in either engine or trans with your laptop? I know you said you didn't bring it, but maybe when you got home? If tcm was dropping in/out due to low voltage, engine ecm should have some sort of comms failure code in it from the tcm dropping in/out.

I find that OFTEN.. the fuse holder terminals either dont properly clamp down on the fuse any longer.. or are corroded of sorts (no longer shiny) and so dont make a great connection..

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