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Old 07-16-2015, 02:47 PM   #1
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08 Fltwd Excursion 40E Fuses

My 12v sconce lights blew a fuse. There are 2 over each couch, the light over dining table and 2 over the bed. I know why it happened, on of the lights had a wire rubbing against metal and finally blew the fuse. I have repaired the light but can't find the fuse. Found multiple fuse boxes (under dash, under hood, back by inverter) but not the one fuse I am looking for. Any Excursion owners have a suggestion? BTW I have the electrical diagrams - they show the connection/runs but not the wire running to where the fuses are.
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You may have a fuse block under the lavatory; check there.
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You may have a fuse block under the lavatory; check there.
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I don't have an Excursion, but many Fleetwood products have a 12 V fuse panel in the same or near the 120 V breaker panel. Ours are in the bed frame facing toward the front of the coach.
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In my 07 40E there is a fuse block located above the 120 volt stuff on the side of the bed frame. The cover is black, and I don't think it is labeled. It pops off and there are some fuses located there. Post back where you found it at, I am sure it will help someone else.
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Found it. The fuse box was in the hall next to the circuit breakers. I had previously looked at these but did not see any burned out. This time I pull each fuse out to look at it and then put back. The fuse that was bad had just a very slight burn that I missed the first time. Thanks to you all.


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