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Old 04-27-2014, 06:17 PM   #15
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Nothing connected to mine. For future use. Nice to have just haven't thought of anything to use if for.
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What are these switches for?



What are these switches for?

I too spent yesterday attempting to get my fans (the ones right behind the windshield) to work. I removed them to clean and polish them, while I had them down, I put power to them and they both worked. I am getting no power to the fans. There are two switches on the panel just to the right of the steering wheel (see picture) that seem to power nothing. I am wondering if they are supposedto power the fans? If not, what the heck do they go to?
And yes, I checked all the fuses.

PS The fans never worked since I bought the Motorhome last summer, and the previous owner said that he never used them.
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Those switches are to the right of the steering wheel/
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The two switches that I am asking about are the ones on the side right above the power gear controls. They have wires hooked to them, but where do they go?
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Since the fans have switches mounted right on them, it would make sense that there should be power to them all the time. but how do I trace that out? Any ideas.
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there to open the black tank valve for the nice guy are your a@@ going down the road

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My AUX switch was a spare, I use it to turn on an audio amp.
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my 01 Tradewinds has fan switch on the drivers "armrest" console....along with the leveler controls, fog lights, city/highway horn selector, aux switch, etc
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Hi Beach, Thanks. If you look at the pictures I posted, you will see two switches at the top of that armrest. I pulled them out a little. As far as I can tell, they do nothing. is this where your fan switch is? I have no power to the fans. I checked all the fuses and they are ok.
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