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Old 08-10-2016, 10:54 AM   #1
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Dash 12v outlets and accessories. Switch inop. 2004 Holiday Rambler Admiral

Need help! 12 v cigarette lighter outlets on dash and outlet next to 110v outlet on copilot foot area. no power, fuses checked good.
Also accessory switch on dash. No power out at connector when pushed on. Fuse also not blown..
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If you coach is like mine, the fuse that serves the 12V "cigar lighter" circuit is number F58 on the Front Distribution Panel (FDP). That's the big circuit board in the compartment (accessible from the outside of the coach) under the driver's left foot. Fuse F58 is in the upper-left corner of the board. It's a 15A ATM fuse.

That fuse is powered off the house switched battery bus. There is a Ford "cigar lighter" circuit as well. On my coach, that circuit is not connected to anything, so checking the Ford fuse for that circuit is unhelpful.

By the way, the owner's manual and label on the FDP cover will call that fuse "AUX 12V PWR (OPT)." It most assuredly is not "optional."
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I recently bought a 2004 Admiral se.is there anybody out there with a wiring schematic? I got some from Monaco but not really a good point to point schematic.
I got some rewiring to do over the passenger side rear tires.i bought it that way . i needed a project anyway
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Turns out my fuse was blown. Now if I could only figure out why my accessory switch is not working..
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I don't think my coach has a switch called "Accessory" on the dash. Can you describe it, or provide a picture?
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It's just a two way on off switch above the radio on the dash. It's in the bank of switches with radio, generator start/stop. The manual says it's for adding 12v accessories.
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