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Old 01-07-2017, 05:31 PM   #1
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Question Help with identification of Fuse Block

Hi, we have 2007 Dolphin 5320 and we see their fuse block by the driver side brake pedal area but canít find it any of the manuals does any have a diagram? any help is appreciated
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Old 01-07-2017, 05:42 PM   #2
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If it's the fuse block in the cab aren't they the fuses for the Ford 450 chassis?

Ford E-Series E-450 E450 (1995 – 2014) – fuse box diagram | Auto Genius
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Old 01-07-2017, 07:07 PM   #3
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Hi, we have the F53 it only has about 6 fuses here is photo

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Old 01-08-2017, 05:47 AM   #4
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I have fuses in the same location, the wires go back up to the control panel for the POWERGEAR levelers.
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Old 01-08-2017, 10:38 AM   #5
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Go to Ford Fleet and download the correct chassis year free owners manuals. Fuses and relays are on page 65. You most likely have a 2006 chassis. As Richard S said the one in your picture looks like the Power Gear fuse block
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Thanks can't find the fuse block on ford manuals one of the fuses controls the electric mirror and mirror defogger just want to see if anyone has diagram
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Thanks can't find the fuse block on ford manuals one of the fuses controls the electric mirror and mirror defogger just want to see if anyone has diagram
Are you saying the fuse block you posted is not in the Ford manual? That one won't be as it was installed by National. The mirrors were installed by National and probably won't be on the Ford fuse block either. Have you looked on the 12V power distribution panel? Some members of later coaches then mine have found fuses under a cover on the top of the dash that is held by velcro. Never have had a problem with my mirrors, not sure we're they get their power from. You might join the National RV Forum on Yahoo Groups. I have seen a diagram in the file section. If you do find one it will not be very detailed just a straight line drawing.
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The Mirror may not be a chassis manufacturer Item.. Or it may be on one of the AUX terminals on the block you cite.

But the Mirrors are generally not put on by Ford or for that matter made by ford when it comes to Motor homes so the body builder could have put the fuse most any place. I drive a workhorse and even asking them I can not find the fuse,,, I wound up providing power by an automatic self resetting circuity breaker of sorts... Actually via a light bulb.

(If it shorts the light lights, if it does not short the mirrors work).
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Our Workhorse W22 has the same fuse block, so could be a National RV item, not Ford or Workhorse. But I have no info on it otherwise.
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That fuse block was installed by National RV, but no information was printed on the functions.
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Old 02-27-2017, 06:59 PM   #11
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Here a a similar remote 6 fuse panel was added by National to power additional items. It's inside the access panel on the dash. Three wires where easy to identify by removing each fuse one at a time , but was not able to identify what the green wire sent power to. This fuse panel was used in many years and
probably models, it was the same in our 05 and 08 Dolphins. Power is supplied to this 6 fuse panel by a relay when the ign. key is turned on.
This may not be the fuse panel you are refering to, but good info to know.
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UPDATE: For above post , green wire was found to be heated mirrors power.
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