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Old 07-16-2018, 03:47 PM   #1
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I have a 2008 Monaco cayman II and there is a 110 volt cable in the 50 amp roll up storage area and have no idea what its used for?
Also the rear tail lights are not working and all fuses looking good? Suggestions?
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Hi Kevin



Glad to have you here in the forum with us. You're gonna like it here.

If this is a 110 V extension cord it is probably used to either connect to shore for charger and refrigerator if you're away from 50 amp power. Or it could just be used to power an outdoor fan, lights etc.

Are any lights in the rear working?

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Welcome. Sorry I can't help with the questions but you might want to post them in the Monaco forum here Monaco Owner's Forum - iRV2 Forums
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I have a 2008 Monaco cayman II and there is a 110 volt cable in the 50 amp roll up storage area and have no idea what its used for?
Also the rear tail lights are not working and all fuses looking good? Suggestions?
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Kevin, I have an 07 Neptune. In the electrical bay for power cord I have a 110 cable with plug on it and also a mating outlet to plug it into. This is for the block heater for the engine. If you plug it in it is on, assuming the breaker is not tripped in the 120 volt breaker box in the closet.

Concerning brake lights, should be a fuse in the drivers side run box. This is the storage bay directly below drivers seat. There's a plastic fuse box on wall. Mine has 3 plastic wing nuts to remove cover. The back side of the cover lists what each fuse is for. Sorry, just reread your question and realized you said fuse were good. I "think" there is a relay for the break lights in the same fuse box. Could be relay is bad. I may have a schematic for the run box and could verify later if you have no luck.

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I have a 2008 Monaco cayman II and there is a 110 volt cable in the 50 amp roll up storage area and have no idea what its used for?
Also the rear tail lights are not working and all fuses looking good? Suggestions?
Email me with info.
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Chad is correct. In my 2009 Cayman there are a bunch of relays in the rear distribution box. Mine is located in a black box in the battery compartment.

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Hi Kevin! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Wish I could help......

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Old 07-17-2018, 08:06 PM   #7
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Hi Kevin,

I also have a 2008 Cayman. Chad is spot on with the 110 cord and outlet in the drivers side power compartment being for the block heater.
Yesterday I was working on the trailer plug connection and fuses for them. In the drivers side run bay which is under the drivers side window is where they are located. There could be a second small fuse box which I found to have the taillight fuses. At least that’s where I found mine.
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