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Old 08-13-2019, 06:47 PM   #1
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Fuse location for retractable steps on Discovery?

Does anyone know where to find the fuse for retractable steps on a 2000 Discovery diesel pusher?
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Old 08-13-2019, 08:10 PM   #2
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If your steps are "Kwikee " there could be three fuses involved in the step operation .
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Watching this post...I too have a 2000 Discovery. No issues with the steps..... but I can tell you there are fuses under the dash above the brake pedal, There are fuses on the drivers side of the coach in I believe the 3rd compartment from the rear...crouch down and look in the back of the compartment. Mine is a model G. They seem to have 3 or 4 strips of them here and there.....
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In the Battery Control Center.
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In the BCC. Drivers side, electrical bay, in a black sheet metal box. The fuse is labeled on the circuit board.
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In the BCC. Drivers side, electrical bay, in a black sheet metal box. The fuse is labeled on the circuit board.
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Here’s a photo of the BCC. The step fuses are on the right side ( A 3 and 20 amp ).

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Here’s a photo of the BCC. The step fuses are on the right side ( A 3 and 20 amp ).

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I have 97 pace arrow with the 454 engine it has that circuit board on it its under the front hood driver side I have no power on the right side of the board the left side does have power the right side controls a lot like steps and all where can I find the wiring diagrams for this circuit board I don't need the owners manual I need a service manual showing the wiring cant find one no where any help thanks
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