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Old 05-26-2014, 03:21 PM   #1
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Circuit Breaker Problems

I'm in a Allegro RED 34, 2012, and due to my GPS plug falling apart while plugged in to the dash mounted cigarette 12V receptacle it blew the circuit breaker. That said, I can not find the location of that particular breaker. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I've lost my tire monitoring system as well as my GPS, both of which work off that breaker.
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It's probably a fuse in the power compartment in front of the Driver's side wheel well. If not there, then look below the second drawer in the center console. Most of your 12V fuses are in one of those 2 places.
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I'm in a Allegro RED 34, 2012, and due to my GPS plug falling apart while plugged in to the dash mounted cigarette 12V receptacle it blew the circuit breaker. That said, I can not find the location of that particular breaker. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I've lost my tire monitoring system as well as my GPS, both of which work off that breaker.
Thanks for helping,
Dave
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You probably blew a fuse, (few 12VDC circuits are protected by circuit breakers).
Check your 12V fuse panels and for an inline fuse in a wire under your dash.
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I have looked in both places mentioned, plus tried to find anything about the fuses in the manuals. No luck. I'll try going under the steering wheel again, though I have done that and could find nothing that resembled a fuse . . . inline or otherwise. Still, I know the receptacles had to be fused somewhere, somehow. I'll keep looking, and may call Tiffin this morning, thought I'll bet I'll around a 100 in the Que.
Thanks to both of your for your help.
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I'm fixed, no thanks to Feightliner who apparently don't know about fuses or fuse boxes. The lady I talked to didn't know about the Freightliner fuse box under the center console drawer, tell me it was a Tiffin box. Lordy, what next? Anyway, called Tiffin, and they directed me to where I had checked three times, you and everyone else told me it would be there, and it was. It was the ONLY unmarked fuse on the panel. It is a 20 amp fuse located midway down the right side of the panel, so look for it there if you have the same problem.
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