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Old 10-23-2016, 03:51 PM   #1
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A.C.E. 29.2 - where can I find he fuse for the brake lights?

Is it under the dash, under behind the hood or in the rear where the power panel is? Thank you!
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Sorry, should have been the, not he.
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If it's on a Ford F-53 chassis, look for fuse #9 (20A) in the Ford fuse box under the dash. It's usually to the left of the steering column.

You might want to confirm this in the chassis manual you got with your coach.
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You were correct, it's #9, 20A fuse. I checked it, fuse is good. I'm not hearing the brake pedal relay when I hit the brake like I used to. Something is not good, wonder if I have a bad brake switch relay. Bulbs look good, have signal, backup and running lights. ahhh!
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