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Old 04-27-2015, 07:02 PM   #1
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97' Allegro Bus elect step fuse location

I have a 97' 32' Allegro Bus with no slide outs.
I was replacing the gear housing on a Quikee electric steps, and after I got it all installed, as I was connecting the motor wires, I shorted them out. I know this because I heard a loud pop at the front of the MH and lost power to the steps. I was checking all of the fuses and the one that works when the ignition switch is turned on that is labeled "steps" is good but I can't find the any others labeled steps.
It gets worse. I wanted to check all of the ignition hot fuses so I turned on the ignition and tried to start the MH and it won't start. Could I have tripped a main ignition fuse or worse? I have three fuse blocks in front of the steering wheel. One is on the left side of the console opening, that is the ignition hot circuit. One on the right that is a constant hot circuit and one that is buried down inside that I think has mixed. Is there another fuse panel somewhere? I do have a lot of relays under the dash as well.
I am hoping someone can help before I have to call Tiffin and have them send me a wiring diagram.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Cheers
Airizon


UPDATE: After I posted this, I was checking more fuses for power, I tried to start the coach and it started right up as always. So I guess I am just looking to fix the step power. Don't know why it didn't start before. It's a Cummins and always starts within 15 seconds.
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