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Old 04-27-2015, 02:19 PM   #1
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Fuse or circuit breaker for brakes?

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I was checking the lights for the tow dolly and the aux. magnetic lights to be put on the car. So, I put a piece of wood between the brake pedal and the seat to hold the pedal down while I was checking. After about 10 mins. or so, the brake lights and the brake electric motor quit, so apparently I blew a fuse or a circuit breaker.
I have found ones for EVERYTHING else, such as turn signals, etc. But, I cannot find anything for the brakes.
Can you please help me with this issue? I sure hope so.
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The relay is located on hydromax
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Thanks, but...

I checked the relay, but where is the fuse or circuit breaker that protects it? No fuse panel is ID'ed as brake, and the owners manual info doesn't give any info about it.
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Problem is solved and fixed!

I called Monaco tech service and talked with a VERY knowledgeable tech named Jason. He told me that the fuse was in small black plastic fuse holder that had fuses for the brakes, headlights and hazard lights. There
was a factory white paper sticker on it that ID'ed it.
The 15z mini fuse was blown. I guess I cannot leave the brake pedal depressed for several minutes at a time.
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