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Old 05-25-2009, 12:55 PM   #1
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Location of Fuse?

I blew the fuse in my dash accessory plug(Cigar Lighter) and have not been able to locate it, need some help?? 07 470 Allure SS 42' Thanks
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Should be in the outside compartments. Try looking in the center of the coach basement area for an access door into another compartment of fuses and other components.
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I checked the ones on the front drivers compartment but the way I am parked I cannot open the door on the rear battery compartment, will move today maybe and check some more, just thought that someone may know exactly where it was, or if it is paired up with something else, also checked all ignition fuses and dash, does not show up in the book either or I could not find it.... Thanks
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On the Inspire the fuse is in the outside bay under the drivers seat.
If you lost all power to the dash check the main switch in the Engine Battery Compartment. It looks like a lever with different positions on it. I woudl also check the device you plugged in. It may have a glass fuse in the plug itself.
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I have checked everywhere there is a fuse, that I know of anyway) and I still have not located that fuse. I took off a pannel under the dash and checked the wire as far as I could follow it and still no luck. I also did a search thro the drawings for the 12V system and still find nothing matching the lighter. It seems to be a reddish wire #70. Thanks Marvin
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OK, check to see if your curb lights work. On the Inspire they are on the same fuse as the 12-v outlet.

There are two fuse blocks in the bay under the drivers seat.

The fuse for the 12-v outlet/curb lights is on the left side of the left block the 4th fuse up from the bottom.

It should be a 20-amp fuse and labeled 70 with a yellow wire.

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DC, You were right about the fuse being paired up with the curb lites, I had not noticed that they were out too., but the fuse pannel was located inside the coach in the same compartment with the 120V breaker pannel. The book said it was in the last bay on the passinger side, but I have a residential ref and a large battery bank and no room for the 12V fuses I guess, of course now that I know where they are I had rather have them inside, nice and cool. Thanks for the info... Marvin
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