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Old 07-18-2013, 10:03 PM   #1
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Fuse location?

Any one know where the fuses would be for the 12v receptacles located under my radio (pic below)? They stopped working so I thought I'd try to find the fuses before I try to get it to the dealer for service.

There's 3 total located in the front dash area; 2 under the radio & the other near the floor on the co-pilot's side. That one works, just the 2 under the radio don't.

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Hi Lori. Here's a recent thread where they found it under the Velcro hatch on the dash.

Where is Fleetwood 2008 Terra LX Cigarette Lighter Fuse?

I was pointing them to the fuse for the one near the floor. Obviously they're different fuses. I looked under this Velcro hatch on my Bounder and don't have this fuse there. Ford mentions a cigar lighter feed on a fuse # 22.


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Which I'm thinking is under the hood.

Hope you find it.
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Too funny, we also blew a 12v fuse and the first thread here was this one. We blew the one outside in the compartment with entertainment hookups. My wiring diagram doesn't show fuse locations but I'm assuming all of them are under the Velcro pad on front dash as well. Could potentially be an in-line fuse behind the 12v plug or your pic also says the diagnostic obdII connector. Look under the dash by the obdII connection and see if there are fuses there (under steering column)
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Thanks everyone. Coach is an hr away in storage, but will be going there next wknd to do oil change so I'll snoop around. I called my dealer just to see if they knew & the tech there thought might be in the fuse compartment in the propane bay (fwd of my entry door). I guess I have multiple places to look.

Let ya know what I find.

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I had the same thing happen recently. I can't find the breakers for them anywhere. I tried every fuse under the dashboard panel near the window. I tried every fuse under the hood. I called Fleetwood and they e-mailed me wiring diagrams. Can't find the fuse. I gave up until I can get it to a service place. Good luck. If you find it please let us know.
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Nlovnit,
I have a Terra with the same dash. I found more fuses below my refer in the same panel as the breakers.
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Thanks Vato. Going to storage this weekend. I'll report back what I find.

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Ford delivers there chassis with a pigtail run to the inside of the firewall to hook up a cigarette lighter. Fleetwood uses this to power their lighter sockets by the radio. The fuse box is right by the radiator and is #22 as the other guy said. It is a large maxi-fuse.
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Ford delivers there chassis with a pigtail run to the inside of the firewall to hook up a cigarette lighter. Fleetwood uses this to power their lighter sockets by the radio. The fuse box is right by the radiator and is #22 as the other guy said. It is a large maxi-fuse.
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Thanks ga traveler. Didn't know that fuse box was there. I appreciate your update. I found the fuse box and hopefully have found the busted fuse. Thanks again!
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Replaced the fuse suggested and we are back in business! Ga traveler if we ever meet up, I owe you one. Thanks again.
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Well, it rained all day the day we were going to storage to do the oil change so we didn't go. Will try another, dry, day.

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