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Old 09-15-2014, 08:20 PM   #1
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Fuse Location and trailer plug problem

Anybody know where the fuses are located for the trailer lights? My Right turn/stop has stopped working thru the trailer plug. No problem with lights on coach.

I've checked for power directly at the rear of the plug and no power there.
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In our 2002 36' Allure the trailer light fuses are under the bottom drawer in the rear of the coach on the passenger (curb) side.
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Old 09-15-2014, 09:37 PM   #3
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No luck under the drawer. But there is a very large storage space under there I never knew existed!
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Old 09-15-2014, 09:47 PM   #4
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Some of the trailer tow boards were located in the engine compartment.

My owners manual says mine is in the engine compartment but it is under the drawers in the bedroom.

Looks like you have an Easter egg hunt
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Old 09-16-2014, 12:52 PM   #5
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Found the board, Easter Egg hunt over!

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Some of the trailer tow boards were located in the engine compartment.

My owners manual says mine is in the engine compartment but it is under the drawers in the bedroom.

Looks like you have an Easter egg hunt
Found the board. It's in the engine compartment. Almost completely hidden from view, but looking from the open engine hatch, its to the upper right. The 7.5 amp fuse was blown for my right turn/stop.

If I can figure out how to post a picture I will.
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Found the board. It's in the engine compartment. Almost completely hidden from view, but looking from the open engine hatch, its to the upper right. The 7.5 amp fuse was blown for my right turn/stop.

If I can figure out how to post a picture I will.
Of course something caused the fuse to blow. In my case it was a loose screw in my umbilical cord that had shorted across two terminals. Might be worth checking.
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Old 09-16-2014, 01:08 PM   #7
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Of course something caused the fuse to blow. In my case it was a loose screw in my umbilical cord that had shorted across two terminals. Might be worth checking.
I had a bad plug on my tow wire & I'm thinking that is what caused it. We'll see.

Box is just behind the red in the middle of the photo, you can see the board just above the red insulation.
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I had a bad plug on my tow wire & I'm thinking that is what caused it. We'll see.

Box is just behind the red in the middle of the photo, you can see the board just above the red insulation.
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The board itself. You can't see this from the engine hatch.
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Why in the world would CC put a printed circuit board in the engine compartment where it is exposed to the elements? It just doesn't make sense to me. Maybe they learned something and then started putting them inside the coach.

Glad you found it and it was a simple fix.
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You can't believe the amount of accumulated dirt that was built up on it before I blew it off with compressed air!
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If you talk to some of the guys who built these things they just shake their head and start looking around for where the engineers hid those boards.
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You can't believe the amount of accumulated dirt that was built up on it before I blew it off with compressed air!
Mine is inside a medal box, inside the engine compartment.
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My Tow Board is also in the engine bay, upper right in a fairly 'clean' area with a metal cover.
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Mine has the metal cover as well but the bottom side is fully exposed.
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Fuse location tow cut

I have a 02 CC Allure and thought from the prev posts I could find the fuse 'box' for towing. I looked at the bottom drawers in the bedroom, the xfr sw and surge protector in the bedroom closet, the PS rear most bay, the inverter area above the batteries, the rear engine area as shown in the pics...no fuse block. I traced the wiring from the tow connector to a double stacked connector that looks like the input/output terminal wiring used in the pics on this post. No ckt bd.
I do not have an immediate problem. However, I would like to locate this item IF it was installed.
Coach#30694.
Thx for any help, Bob
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