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Old 03-30-2016, 11:17 AM   #1
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2010 Damon Challenger M348 DC problem

Does anyone have a schematic for the DC wiring? I have a problem with the coach DC panel and the living room slideout. The lights in the slideout do not work. I replaced a blown fuse (#3). Still no lights. The DC fuse panel originally showed a red light for the fuse that was blown. Now if I pull a fuse no red light. Any suggestions? The rest of the lights and the slides all work. I am thinking about pulling the DC fuse panel and checking the ground.



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Old 03-30-2016, 09:21 PM   #2
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A fuse usually only blows if there is an overloaded or short circuit. You replaced the fuse, but the lights in the slide still don't work. If you use a multimeter or test light, do the 12 v (+) show power across to a good ground in the main cabin? It might be a ground, but it could be a broken connection in the wiring that has to move with the slide. You'll need to track down where the current stops.


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Old 04-05-2016, 10:14 AM   #3
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I found the problem. The LED light I purchased for the single lamp was the incorrect one. I needed one that has two contacts on the bottom and the one I purchased has only one. Once I determined this, and replaced the original bulb, the problem was solved.

I am now looking for a manual on the ford V-10 that tells me how to reset the check engine light. according to the monitor system everything is ok.
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