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Old 01-12-2014, 08:35 AM   #1
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I have a 2005 Itasca Suncruiser Motorhome on the Work Horse under frame.
Yesterday was the first really nice day we have had here in a while. So I decided to fire the Motorhome up to let the batteries charge up some. It started but was kinda slow. Then I said might as well fire up the gen set. Fired it up and turned on the heat pump to put a little load on the gen. I let the generator run for over an hour. The engine was run the same amount of time as the generator. While I was just sitting in the drivers seat killing time I decided to "play" with the buttons on the door. Window,Sunshades, mirrors, all of them. Not one single one worked for me?? Long story but by question is there a fuse for all the buttons on the drvers door? If so where is it located? Thanks for all the help in this matter..............KJD
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Old 01-13-2014, 07:34 AM   #2
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I suspect other issues but... There are likely 4 fuse panels on your RV.

Main chassis fuse box is a plain unlabled black plastic box It is under the hood, top center, There are latches either side and the fuse map is on the inside cover

The AUX chassis panel is likely near the parking brake, the fuse map may be on it or in your owner's manual bag.. OMEY has a map of both boxes on his site as well.

On my coach I have an Intelletec Battery Control System. . This looks a lot like the main chassis fuse box described above, and is in almost the same place (it is to the right of it) and it's labeled, again I think there is a map inside the box.. NOTE: I do not know if this is box is used on yoru rig.

Finally there is the house panel.. I doubt that is the one you are looking for and the location varies with body builder Have seen them in some odd places over the years.


Interesting note: Regarding the first two (main chassis and Aux chassis) on my coach the brake light fuse is in one of them, the turn signals the other.
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Old 01-13-2014, 03:58 PM   #3
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I suspect other issues but... There are likely 4 fuse panels on your RV.

Main chassis fuse box is a plain unlabled black plastic box It is under the hood, top center, There are latches either side and the fuse map is on the inside cover

The AUX chassis panel is likely near the parking brake, the fuse map may be on it or in your owner's manual bag.. OMEY has a map of both boxes on his site as well.

On my coach I have an Intelletec Battery Control System. . This looks a lot like the main chassis fuse box described above, and is in almost the same place (it is to the right of it) and it's labeled, again I think there is a map inside the box.. NOTE: I do not know if this is box is used on yoru rig.

Finally there is the house panel.. I doubt that is the one you are looking for and the location varies with body builder Have seen them in some odd places over the years.


Interesting note: Regarding the first two (main chassis and Aux chassis) on my coach the brake light fuse is in one of them, the turn signals the other.

Thanks for the reply wa8yxm. I will check the location out. You say that you think it might be something else? Last time we used the motorhome everything was working as it should. Just curious what you might think it is???KJD
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Check the battery disconnect switch.
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Old 01-19-2014, 12:30 PM   #5
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So to put this thread to bed here is what I found. After locating all the fuse panels for this Motorhome. All of the fuses were good. Even all of the circuit panels were ok and not tripped. So I took some of the side panels off from under the dash to start tracing some of the wires from the switches on the door to where they go. When I removed the side kick panel from under the dash by the emeragency foot brake there was a connection that was not making contact all the way. I pushed it back into place and it made a click telling me it was locked together. I then started the Coach up and everything on the side drivers worked as it should. Side window,Sunshades, and mirrors. So I am a Happy Camper again.....................KJD
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So to put this thread to bed here is what I found. After locating all the fuse panels for this Motorhome. All of the fuses were good. Even all of the circuit panels were ok and not tripped. So I took some of the side panels off from under the dash to start tracing some of the wires from the switches on the door to where they go. When I removed the side kick panel from under the dash by the emeragency foot brake there was a connection that was not making contact all the way. I pushed it back into place and it made a click telling me it was locked together. I then started the Coach up and everything on the side drivers worked as it should. Side window,Sunshades, and mirrors. So I am a Happy Camper again.....................KJD
What did the connection look like? 2 connectors, male/female or 1 connecter going into a plug? Thanx
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