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Old 01-01-2014, 04:56 PM   #1
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Battery Disconnect Intellitec BD1

This will not light up and not sure where the fuse would be located

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Find the disconnect solenoid that the rocker switch controls, and you will find the fuse. It's probably in a box called a BCC (Battery Control Center).
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The BCC is a 12 x 12 inch x 4 inch high black box. Inside are the fuses and the disconnect relays. The relays are located under the board. Usually located under the dash or in an electrical compartment. It could also be the one of the main battery fuse, usually from the coach battery bank. You really need to call the coach manufacturer, check you coach documentation or someone with the same rig.
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I am shore power and disconnected from shore power ,started the engine to see if this light would come on but it did not . Everything thing seems to be working , will this have any effect on anything else if I can't find the fuse for that light.
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I had to look up your profile to see what year make and model of coach you had. You should consider putting this info in a signature that will be published each time you post; otherwize we need to know this to be of much help sometimes. Look under the hood on the driver side firewall for a row of fuses and solenoids. As mentioned previously, the fuses should be on the solenoids. Good luck and keep us posted.
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I'm not sure what you mean when you say fuses under the solenoids?
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I'm not sure what you mean when you say fuses under the solenoids?

Intellitec solenoids have a fuse holder on each side of the solenoid. You will see them when you locate the solenoid.
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