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Old 12-13-2018, 02:44 PM   #1
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2002 Tradewinds fuse location

Went to piddle with coach today and have no power to heater controls. The manual states there is a 25A fuse for it but I can't find it. I checked all fuses in front drivers compartment, none are blown and none say they are heater control. I then checked the BCC in compartment on passenger rear and none blown or labeled heater control.
Is there a fuse panel that I don't know about? I have pretty much been into everything on this coach over the last couple of years and have no idea where else this fuse could be.
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When you say heater, do you mean the engine block heater, or the furnace(s)?
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I have this fuse panel inside the panel to the left of the driver's seat.

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That one is in the outside compartment left of driver seat on mine. There are 3 panels there but nothing for dash heater.
Thanks for the effort. I will just have to start trying to chase the wire.
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Was pondering on it and called Spartan tech who said it should run on front fuse panel. Shortly after him trying to help I realized the panel may have a bad relay to activate the fuse for the circuit when the ign is on, so tomorrow is the relay swapping game.
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I have this fuse panel inside the panel to the left of the driver's seat.

Hi David. Was this diagram from your 1999 Tradewinds 7372?
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