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Old 02-06-2010, 06:43 AM   #1
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power seat fuses

Does anyone know where the fuse for the driver and copilot seat is located in a 01 36' Alpine? I have looked behind the panel in front of the copilot seat and in the head fuse panel, nothing is labled.

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Welcome to the Alpine Coach forum!
On our 2002 the seat fuse is part of the refer circuit. We had short in the seat wiring and it burnt out the refer fuse. This fuse is located in the top of the battery box (not a good location). Good luck!
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Just a bit more information on the seat wiriing. I have a wiring diagram of the battery compartment that clearly shows that 2 breakers are feed by black 8 ga. wire from the 300 amp house fuse. Red 10 ga. wires leave the breakers to the steps, seat and refer. The refer has an additional inline fuse close by.
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Old 02-08-2010, 06:39 PM   #5
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on my 2001 the seat fuse is mounted in the top of the bat compartment. It is in a gang of three resetable fuses and is the middle one. A red wire is going to it.
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