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Old 10-20-2013
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altenator fuse location?

ok so I didn't remove the battery cable while removing the altenator and when I removed the power wire on the back of the altenator it arced....now I have no power between the battery and that wire. ive checked all the fuses on the side of the dash and the one under the hood. I was told there would be a large close to a 100amp fuse under the hood. anyone know where that would be located? this is a 2000 ranger 3.0
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thought I would update the result to this issue. if it so happens you make the same mistake I did and all fuses look good. chances are you blew the 125A mega fuse which is located under the hood attached to the fuse panel. like on the side of it.
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