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Old 08-30-2007, 11:07 AM   #1
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Anyone know of any Fleetwood installed fuse(s) that protect the tow hitch electrical system/plug?

I've tested all the fuses in the two Workhorse installed fuse panels and they are all good, and I have all lights working on the RV.

I've looked at the Intellitec fuse panel in the vanity area and they are all okay...not sure if I believe the label of what the fuse does, but they are all okay from what I can see.

I have a brake light problem thru the plug...I don't see any other fuse panel, in line or anything that may protect the tow hitch plug...anybody know of one?
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2005 Bounder Electrical Problems/Questions

Anyone know of any Fleetwood installed fuse(s) that protect the tow hitch electrical system/plug?

I've tested all the fuses in the two Workhorse installed fuse panels and they are all good, and I have all lights working on the RV.

I've looked at the Intellitec fuse panel in the vanity area and they are all okay...not sure if I believe the label of what the fuse does, but they are all okay from what I can see.

I have a brake light problem thru the plug...I don't see any other fuse panel, in line or anything that may protect the tow hitch plug...anybody know of one?
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Old 08-30-2007, 04:21 PM   #3
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I have a 2005 I think they are circuit breakers

that are used for the trailer wiring check the breakers, do you have the workhorse owners manual,check i there if not let me know i,ll look in mine
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Old 08-30-2007, 04:27 PM   #4
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Sal, you also had the multifunction switch problem, didn't you?

I guess my current problem could also be related to the switch I think is bad...

I've got the WCC manual, and the fuse panels/fuses all checked out okay...no circuit breakers that I know of and DriVer never mentioned them either.
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Gerry,

What exactly is your problem with the brake light. Is it not working, did it ever work? I had a wiring problem on the plug at the rear of my '05 Bounder. The brake wire was connected to the wrong pin. I corrected that and all is fine now.
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Old 08-31-2007, 10:04 AM   #6
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Paul, Just returned from my local expert trailer wiring shop...the brake pins had no power to it when brakes were applied, all other lights/pins worked/tested okay.

I never saw them work, seller said lights "worked", but did he ever check brake lights? When I left NC, I connected the toad, checked the tail and signal lights, they worked, so I took off...my bad!

Anyway, my specialist installed a standard trailer light switch box/rubber sealed small box, and all lights work properly now.

Not sure how Fleetwood can send them out this way...I also found my icemaker wired incorrectly, probably why it failed.
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yes i did Gerry Did you call workhorse?
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Sal, No I didn't call, maybe I will, I want to have the part there when I go for service next week.
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Going to a Vineland NJ WCC Service Center facility next Wed., they have the part in stock and saved for me, hopefully get this resolved finally.
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