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Old 11-15-2018, 05:25 PM   #1
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Power Gear Fuse Location

Can someone please tell me where the fuse it located on my 2003 Pace Arrow 37A for the Power Gear Manual Leveling System? Thanks
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The fuse on 08 35E Bounder was in the BCC ( battery control center ) , mine were the electric ones.

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Check the fuses in the BCC (Battery Control Center) as mentioned by Cliff.. My BCC is under the hood, just below the brake master cylinder.


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There are individual 3 amp fuses on the controller for each of the solenoids (4 total). AND, There is a 10 amp fuse in the wire bundle where it plugs into the tank/pump assembly.

On my PG controller, The engine needs to be running, the parking brake set, and the shifter in PARK..

Below is a link to one of the PG manuals I have..

http://1999southwind.com/DOWNLOAD/PowerGear_Manual.pdf


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In an Itasca I had, I burned a 125A fuse that ran the pump motor. It was located behind a circuit breaker panel that had to be removed to see it. Along with the suggestions above, you should find something. It depends on what part of the leveling system that doesn’t have power, where to look.
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Old 11-18-2018, 06:30 PM   #5
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Thanks to all who helped. I found a 5 amp fuse under the dash on the extreme left hand side down low. I pulled it and the beeping stopped during the faulty "jacks down" warning.
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