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Old 02-21-2019, 03:18 AM   #155
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I was there last night. The drivers door power window is a problem in lots of the doors as I have and I guess you do also I was on the Winnebago looking there one had been tapping the fuses under the dash get it working
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I was there last night. The drivers door power window is a problem in lots of the doors as I have and I guess you do also I was on the Winnebago looking there one had been tapping the fuses under the dash get it working
I had a problem with my driver's door power window. There's a relay under the dash that exhibited corroded pins which caused slow up and down operation, excessive current draw and heat. This ultimately manifest itself in a collaterally corroded fuse leg. When both the relay and fuse were replaced, the window now goes up and down like a brand new window.
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Now Driver, how did you get under the dash? Do you have a drivers (no pun intended) door?

As you may remember, my old P-32 had a drivers door, I liked it, handy for jumping out at the gas station, good for when the main door latch broke trapping us in, great for the new engine installers, but I did'nt think your Adventurer had a driver door.
BTW, I did not like going back to a class c so I sold it and bought a new Georgetown, of course on a Ford with no drivers door.
Good grief, I guess I will have to take the drivers seat out for me to get to the fuse box.
So I just have to ask how you get under the dash to change or clean up a relay?

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I had a problem with my driver's door power window. There's a relay under the dash that exhibited corroded pins ...
DriVer, that sounds promising. What is your rig? Mine's an '06 PA and does fortunately have a driver's door, for what it's worth. Just thinking if you or someone could give me a headstart finding the corresponding relay...
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Well my 04 winnebago has the dash that lifts up none of anything says where that fuse or relay might be I'll have to look thanks Driver
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DriVer, that sounds promising. What is your rig? Mine's an '06 PA and does fortunately have a driver's door, for what it's worth. Just thinking if you or someone could give me a headstart finding the corresponding relay...
I have an 03 Adventurer and it has a roll up dash pod. The relay center "a Winnebago OEM module" is located adjacent to the Workhorse internal fuse panel. If I can recall, the module has 3 relays and all the devices in the door, window, power mirrors and mirror heater run off that relay. FLE may have installed a similar module panel however you will have to poke around under the dash to see if it in fact exists. It as mine maybe located close to the WCC inside fuse panel. In my experience, I have seen FLE inside panels screwed into a plywood firewall using sheetrock screws. Your PA maybe different since OEMs have their own ideas as to where panels and other equipment is located. WGO did a good job with the panels and module board which are mounted in steel and they are accessible. One more thing, do yourself a favor and pull the driver's seat (unbolt) out of the way. I got stuck IFO the seat and needed a crane to get me out.
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Well my 04 winnebago has the dash that lifts up none of anything says where that fuse or relay might be I'll have to look thanks Driver
Look for that panel to be located just toward the windshield within a few inches from the Workhorse inside panel. It'll be toward the left side near the pilot window between the A and B pillar.
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I will try to be there on my laptop
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And I will look under soon. I have to have it working when i leave Texas so i can get pass the Inspection station hate to open the door
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I have a 2004 adventure .the fuse block is under dash behind steering wheel lift up dash it is on the far left side .
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