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Old 09-09-2015, 03:55 PM   #1
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Alfa See Ya fuse boxes

I'm working on a 2005 See Ya on a Freightliner chassis. The dash radio and the LP detector have no power. I found a small fuse box in a compartment over the driver seat and a few fuses in boxes in a right rear compartment where the ECM is mounted. All are good. I keep looking for thast Freightliner fuse box that the builders often put under the center console drawer, so far I've searched endlessly and found no other fuse panels.

Any help is appreciated!
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Interesting. It's usually the fuses over the driver's seat that people can't find.

The fuse box you're looking for is under the dash. It's not real obvious where to lift it, but push up above the rear-view camera monitor and you'll figure it out. There's a little kickstand under there to hold it up.
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Interesting. It's usually the fuses over the driver's seat that people can't find.

The fuse box you're looking for is under the dash. It's not real obvious where to lift it, but push up above the rear-view camera monitor and you'll figure it out. There's a little kickstand under there to hold it up.
Thank you! I tried that but it didn't "feel" like it wanted to lift. I'll use a little more authority tomorrow!
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