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Old 03-15-2014, 09:51 PM   #1
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2003 Fleetwood Excursion Fog Light Fuse

I have a 2003 Fleetwood Excursion and the Fog Lights stop working. The switch lights up but the lights don't come on. Can anyone tell me if there is a fuse protecting the lights. I've looked every where in and outside the coach without any success. The bulbs are new (the old ones got cracked so I replaced them). I checked the switch and it get power when the headlights are on, but nothing at the bulb.
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Old 03-16-2014, 08:25 AM   #2
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The fog light relay allows heavy amp loads to be controlled by a small dash
mounted switch. (refer to figure 4 fog light relay - partial schematic for details)
The dash mounted fog light switch applies power to the coil of the fog light relay,
closing it's contacts. This allows power to from P14 through fuse F13 Troubleshooting Fog Lights
It is assumed that the chassis battery disconnect is engaged, the ignition switch
is on, the fog light switch is on, and the headlight switch is on low beam.
If battery voltage is present on P4 #9, check the fog light vehicle wiring and
lamps.
If no voltage is present on P4 #12, check wiring to the dash mounted fog light
switch.
If battery voltage is present on P4 #12 and fuse F13 is good, replace the circuit
board.

Excerpt from BCC literature pm me and I can send you a pdf of what I have
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I think that would be very helpful.

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Originally Posted by mcshanks View Post
The fog light relay allows heavy amp loads to be controlled by a small dash
mounted switch. (refer to figure 4 fog light relay - partial schematic for details)
The dash mounted fog light switch applies power to the coil of the fog light relay,
closing it's contacts. This allows power to from P14 through fuse F13 Troubleshooting Fog Lights
It is assumed that the chassis battery disconnect is engaged, the ignition switch
is on, the fog light switch is on, and the headlight switch is on low beam.
If battery voltage is present on P4 #9, check the fog light vehicle wiring and
lamps.
If no voltage is present on P4 #12, check wiring to the dash mounted fog light
switch.
If battery voltage is present on P4 #12 and fuse F13 is good, replace the circuit
board.

Excerpt from BCC literature pm me and I can send you a pdf of what I have
Can you send the PDF to KCIC1985@gmail.com

Thanks in advance!

David
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The fog light relay allows heavy amp loads to be controlled by a small dash
mounted switch. (refer to figure 4 fog light relay - partial schematic for details)
The dash mounted fog light switch applies power to the coil of the fog light relay,
closing it's contacts. This allows power to from P14 through fuse F13 Troubleshooting Fog Lights
It is assumed that the chassis battery disconnect is engaged, the ignition switch
is on, the fog light switch is on, and the headlight switch is on low beam.
If battery voltage is present on P4 #9, check the fog light vehicle wiring and
lamps.
If no voltage is present on P4 #12, check wiring to the dash mounted fog light
switch.
If battery voltage is present on P4 #12 and fuse F13 is good, replace the circuit
board.

Excerpt from BCC literature pm me and I can send you a pdf of what I have
Can you send the PDF to my email at KCIC1985@gmail.com

Thank you in advance.

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