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Old 05-08-2015, 06:58 AM   #1
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Toad fuse panel location in Pacifica

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The right turn signal on our tow vehicle has stopped working; the left turn and brakes work. My multimeter tells me that power is not making it to the 7-pin connection at the rear of the motorhome. It doesnít make it to the pins at all.

I canít find the fuse panel for the tow connections. It is a 2008 National Pacifica on a Freightliner XCR chassis. I have looked under and around the drivers chair, inside the arm console and under the dash. I looked in the front driverís side cubby (air and other fuses) and the back passenger cubby (inverter). I looked in the generator compartment (and basically anywhere I could think of).

I traced the wires back but they disappear into a bundle in the chassis.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Phone Freightliner helpline and see if the line is fused and where it is located. Rook
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Old 05-09-2015, 09:51 AM   #3
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The right rear compartment where the inverter is located, there are 2 access covers to fuses and relays. The one on the right side has a #2 on it, check there.
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Yup. It was in the right rear compartment with the inverter. I didn't recognize it. I used the recommendation (elsewhere) of turning on the emergency flashers and listening for the clicking. Worked like a charm.

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