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Old 01-07-2019, 09:54 AM   #1
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99 Tradewinds Hidden Fuse Locations

I have a 99 trade winds, I blew a fuse for the porch light and the compartment lights. Can't find it anywhere. Looked to left of the driver, in the rear compartment, nothing blown. Has to have a fuse somewhere but I can't find it. Also on a separate note I blew a fuse or a breaker last year for the dash heat/ ac. Couldn't find anything blown for that either. Had a bad fan for the AC condenser that I fixed, bou the fuses and breaker to the left of the driver labeled heat were good. I ended up wiring a new circuit to the dash controls. I figured there has to be another fuse panel somewhere. Any ideas?
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Old 01-08-2019, 07:35 PM   #2
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When my windshield wipers stoped working I noticed they were hooked up to the fuse labeled radio. Maybe check all the fuses. Other than that my 7370 has a few fuses in the battery bay and under the coach along the wire looms.
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Do you know what fuses are under the coach. Been under there since I do all my own maintenance, never noticed anything underneath? I checked all the fuses nothing appears to be blown, but it has to be somewhere. Thanks
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You also have fuses under the arm rest left of the drivers seat
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I checked all the fuses by the driver seat, I know that there is one there for the cigarette lighter but not the porch light. Also the fuses for the chassis are all good. Also the fuses in the battery compartment are all good. That's why I think there are more I haven't found.
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I have a 99 trade winds, I blew a fuse for the porch light and the compartment lights. Can't find it anywhere. Looked to left of the driver, in the rear compartment, nothing blown. Has to have a fuse somewhere but I can't find it. Also on a separate note I blew a fuse or a breaker last year for the dash heat/ ac. Couldn't find anything blown for that either. Had a bad fan for the AC condenser that I fixed, bou the fuses and breaker to the left of the driver labeled heat were good. I ended up wiring a new circuit to the dash controls. I figured there has to be another fuse panel somewhere. Any ideas?
On my 98 Tradewinds their is a 12V fuse box in the bay near the converter.
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Old 01-12-2019, 06:52 AM   #7
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I checked all the fuses on the control center, non blown. I think I will trace the wires out to see which way they go. Could be the circuit board on the control center is open. I jumped the circuit out with a fuse holder off the cigarette lighter. The problem with the trade winds is most of the coach wiring is white. Hard to Trace. Thanks everyone
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Old 01-14-2019, 09:36 AM   #8
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This is my problem also , but for the dining slide and the stairwell cover. Can't find the fuse
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Old 01-15-2019, 11:24 PM   #9
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Looks like the Poe has light and steps are both on the attached owners manual under maintenance
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Disconnect power and start back tracing wires! Works well!
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ever consider the bulb may be burned out ?


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Checked with volt meter, I jumped it off the 12v outlet and working for now. I'm going to Trace out the wiring harness when I get a chance. Thanks
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