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Old 09-08-2006, 05:46 AM   #1
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It appears that I blew the 12 volt recepticle that is located by my knee (when driving) on our 06 Apex. Does anyone know where the fuse is located? I have looked through the schematics and have not found it.
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It appears that I blew the 12 volt recepticle that is located by my knee (when driving) on our 06 Apex. Does anyone know where the fuse is located? I have looked through the schematics and have not found it.
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Old 09-08-2006, 07:40 AM   #3
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Lyle & Cath: I wish I could answer your question but after one week of trying everything possible, (two phone calls to WRV) I ultimately rewired the recepticle from the positive and negative posts behind panel on the co-pilots side. Mine went out when we were driving through 115 degree temp around Yuma, AZ. The cruise control also stopped working then so I decided that everything should rest. Spent the night at Dateland RV. Come morning everything was fine except the recepticle. Please post the fix when you find it.
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Thanks, I will post the fix.
By the way you fell off the datastormusers map.

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Chris, I ultimately did what you did and wire directly to the 12 volt source of the passenger side firewall. Works great! Did you fuse yours? If so what size?
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