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Old 01-16-2012, 04:15 PM   #1
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Lightbulb power to steering column and under dash fuse box

Hello everybody,my name is Tony and I am a new memeber here, I have bought a 1992 pace arrow p30 34ft,that im currently having a problem which is driving me crazy,I fired her up one day to go dump the tanks and when i got done the weather was getting bad so i just backed her up in the driveway...no problem,the next day i went out to start it and level it ,I had no power to the dash or steering column and yes I did check the master switch above the door,well that wasnt the problem i have checked everything i could think of as i am new to Rv's im lost and going crazy.PLEASE HELP....thank you and have a great day
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Howdy Tony and welcome. Sorry to hear of your problem with the Pace Arrow! Wish I had some help for ya, but I'm a goober. Hopefully some Pace Arrow experts will be along soon to help.
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Does the master switch operate a relay in the BCC? I have a 97 Bounder 32H that had the master relay fail and had no power to the dash or steering column. The relay clicked with the master switch, but still no power.
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Hello everybody,my name is Tony and I am a new memeber here, I have bought a 1992 pace arrow p30 34ft,that im currently having a problem which is driving me crazy,I fired her up one day to go dump the tanks and when i got done the weather was getting bad so i just backed her up in the driveway...no problem,the next day i went out to start it and level it ,I had no power to the dash or steering column and yes I did check the master switch above the door,well that wasnt the problem i have checked everything i could think of as i am new to Rv's im lost and going crazy.PLEASE HELP....thank you and have a great day
You may simply have run the chassis battery dead. Do you have headlights?

If your battery is Okay, try the tests in this document.

The BCC (battery control center) is the black box mounted to the outside firewall just in front of the drivers position. If the box is mounted somewhere else on your Pace, I can't help, other than to say that it will be near the batteries.
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thank you loulong, ive checked in the bcc but i dont even have headlights rite now,there mite be another relay somewhere is all i can think of,thank you
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Grewhetto,there is two starter silinoids in the bcc and i dont know which one is for what,and the relays that i have found in there i have labels on them and none of them say they are for ignition,i will look some more thank you
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Hello Sarah,lol I dont think you are a goober,just a nice Lady,thank you have a great nite
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thank you loulong, ive checked in the bcc but i dont even have headlights rite now,there mite be another relay somewhere is all i can think of,thank you
There are NO relays between battery and the headlight circuits. I think you have a faulty battery connection in the chassis battery cabling.

You should remove, clean and tighten all connections to/at the battery.
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