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Main fusible link location

Discussion in 'Daihatsu Hi jet' started by TonkaTruck, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. TonkaTruck

    TonkaTruck New Member

    My hyjet is dead and I think I probably grounded the battery when i was working on the alternator and fried the fusible link. There is a 30 amp fuse under the drivers seat that is good, but does anyone know if that is the main fuse or is there another one hidden somewhere?
     
  2. TonkaTruck

    TonkaTruck New Member

    Wow...

    I think i might sell my truck just so i never have to change that again...
    Ok maybe not, but seriously daihatsu could you have picked a worse spot for it? After much searching I finally found it in front of the rad on the drivers side. To get at it you have to remove the rad overflow tank which is a pain if you have a/c.
    Anyway, judging by the lack of response i figured most people haven't seen it so i thought i'd do a follow up.
    Cheers
     
  3. Acerguy

    Acerguy Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks for doing a follow up, TonkaTruck. Glad you're back in business!
     
  4. larryn2o

    larryn2o Member

    good to know!
    bad to be the first one to know it!
     
  5. Griz

    Griz Member

    My Hijet was one that arrived dead (only the dump bed works) and I have been looking for the main fuse link. One of my problems is that I have no idea what a Daihatsu fuse link looks like.
     
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  6. beerwagon

    beerwagon New Member

    yep wiped mine out using the wench what a crock of poo have to have mini hands to change that one
     
  7. Daihatsu Main Fuse Location & Picture

    The main fuse is 50A and red in color. For 4WD vehicles, lift up the drivers seat. You will see the 4WD control valves bolted under the front lip frame in front of the radiator. Remove the two size 10 bolts and move the unit twards the passenger side. The main fuse has a clip holding it to the front underpanel. Dont try to remove the fuse as is! Remove the clip and pull the unit back towards you. Wiggly the little guy out (Looks like a tooth). See the picture I ahve attached. 50A for non-AC and 60A for A/C. Warning, do not put in a lower rated fuse as it will blow quicky!

    CHeers,
    Don:)
     

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  8. pathot

    pathot New Member

    Is this location true for the models between '94 and '98 because I havenothingunder the drivers side. Any thoughts Thanks for he help
     
  9. TexAcoon

    TexAcoon Member

    Found my fuse ... It was located under the passenger seat of the JDA version (US).. Which would have been the the drivers seat for regular overseas verstions..

    Now if I knew where you can buy one of these fuses at ...
     
  10. fupabox

    fupabox Active Member

    pretty common fuse.in the underhood fuse box on a ton of cars.....take it to a wrecking yard and grab a bunch of old ones to have on hand in case they ever blow again..generally at wrecking yards there are 3 things(in my opinion anyway) that I always grab a pocketful of...fuses,small light bulbs and interior trim screws...you never have the proper size of any of those 3 around unless you start collecting them:p
     
  11. TexAcoon

    TexAcoon Member

    Found the 50 amp main fuse at NAPA ... NAPA Part Number 782-2030

    Here is a picture of it in it's wrapper ..

    Just a slight difference between the original and the new .. The fuse fit just like the original .. Don't be affraid to buy one when needed ..

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  12. fupabox

    fupabox Active Member

    Buy one ? yes a good idea;)..sorry my scrounging ways sometimes get the best of me.....my fuse and bulb collection will be the envy of archeologists in some distant future :D
     
  13. TexAcoon

    TexAcoon Member

    YUP! .. Bought two ... for the "just in case" ...
     
  14. worrall82

    worrall82 New Member

    tanks tonka and texAcoon! changed my battery yesturday for a tractor batt..
    and jumped the pos. and neg. not looking carfully...ahah
    if i did not saw this post, i would be lost.....


    here`s a link to my 1991 daihatsu hijet
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/worrall82/3801055924/
     
  15. TexAcoon

    TexAcoon Member

    Your welcome worrall82...
    That's what forums are all about! ..

    Glad to see this topic helped fix your electrical issue ..

    Your truck on top of the dune - YUP! Looking good! ..
     
  16. rwood

    rwood New Member

    New Battery/No Power/Problem Solved :>)

    A million plus one thank you's for this info......tonka & texacoon......correct and accurate down to the wrench size.......very very much appreciated.

    Happy Trails,
    rod wood
     
  17. TexAcoon

    TexAcoon Member

    Good deal rwood! ..

    Glad this information helped you get your mini back in order again ....
     
  18. david45

    david45 New Member

    Fusible Link

    Did you ever get a response? I have the same problem with my '97 and none of the usual suspects seem to work on mine. I even bought the English translations of the owners manual and electrical diagram to no avail; including the Daihatsu Help line. Any ideas?
     
  19. TexAcoon

    TexAcoon Member

    To be honest with you I really don't know ...

    Mine Diahatsu is a LEFT hand drive (US VERSION) verses a RIGHT (JAP VERSION) like most folks have ..

    What is my passenger seat would be your drivers seat ...
    Looking under the seat - toward the front against the sheetmetal of the truck was my fuse ...

    Sometimes it's a bit challenging to see it because of dirt and road grime ... I had to use a flashlight with a rag to do some serious looking when I found it right in front of me..

    If you don't find it .. hopefully one of the others who have your year model will provide you with the info needed ...
     
  20. kegoangoango

    kegoangoango Member

    S83P 4wd specifics: only one 10mm bolt holding 4wd actuator. Remove bolt and move actuator out of way. The fuse holder is mounted to the shift linkage. It's really too difficult to loosen as I tried. However with a small headed flat headed screwdriver you can push up from the very top of the spilt in the fuse. With patience it will come out.
     

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