Fusible links act as high-current fuses by protecting their circuits from excessive current draw. The capacity of fusible links is usually 30 amps or more-somewhat higher than that of standard fuses. When a fusible link blows, it means that its current-carrying capacity was exceeded and the heat across the links conductor caused the link to melt and open the circuit.
Im not sure where it is on the b14, but I think that its located in the engine bay, ran off of the positive battery terminal.
Ok its actually in the fuse box next to the battery. You can follow the cable into the fuse box, and the fuse is labeled battery. Ill bet money that the fuse is busted. Your gonna have to drive him to the dealership to pick one up. Or rigg it up to get you to the $tealership.