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Old 09-23-2009, 08:11 PM   #1
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Electrical Problem-No dash fan

I have a 2002 Workhorse chassis, so this may be in the wrong forum. I'm asking here because I did use the Workhorse forum unsuccesfully.

I lost all three speeds on the dash fan. I'm lost as to why it happened because the last event was shutting off the engine to gas up. Then after restart, no fan at all. I also lost power to the camera/monitor. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

I checked about 40 fuses/CB's and obvious loose wires.

I'm hoping someone on this forum has experienced a similar sitution and provide some troubleshooting tips. Thanks.

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Old 09-23-2009, 09:07 PM   #2
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Spat: Same problem, fans and monitor quit, also steps did not retract when Ignition key on. Intermittant....Found a crimp connector in Ignition circuit was burned.... With key and fan switch on, wiggled wires until the fans came on and traced to bad connector. Not very scientific. My chassis is Freightliner, so don't know how that relates to Workhorse. Good luck
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