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Old 11-28-2018, 12:35 PM   #1
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Dash Radio

I recently bought a 2004 Discovery and i`m busy correcting all the minor faults. The in-dash radio gets power from either house or chassis batteries depending on how the switch in the dash is set and that works fine, but the radio also needs an additional B+ for memory. I have located that wire but theres no 12v in it. I have electric diagrams from fleetwood and they say there should be an inline fuse for this wire but i cant find it. Anyone who knows were it might be?
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Just run a wire from any all time hot source with fuse.
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Not sure about a 2004 but on mine it is in the BCC along with the fuses for power seats and such.
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