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Old 10-01-2010, 06:28 AM   #1
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Lost alarms for lo-air press & Gen slide out

Need help in locating the fuses for the alarms for low air pressure and when the generator slide is in the out position. (2003 coach)

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Need help in locating the fuses for the alarms for low air pressure and when the generator slide is in the out position. (2003 coach)

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The fuses are directly in front of the passenger seat. The panel is secured with velcro strips and can be easily undone with a credit card stuck between the strips.
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Hello & Welcome Rufnek:

The fuses are located in three (3) black boxes which will also contain some of the relays used on Alpines. In the location mentioned by Beagle.

Does the alarm also work when the jacks are extended? If not you might want to locate the buzzer/alarm under the dash, as the previous owner may have disconnected it because it can become annoying and I have known some owners to disconnect it.
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Thanks for the come back, what I meant was I can't find the fuse for each of the alarms. They are not clearly marked, I had had the cover off many times pulling fuses and checking them, but so far I haven't had any luck finding the bad fuse?

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