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Old 01-21-2011, 05:07 PM   #1
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I have a 38' 2006 Travel Supreme motor home with a 350 Cummins engine. After sitting still for a couple of months I started my engine and none of the gauges worked. Could find only one fuse in the compartment up front on the drivers side and it was fine. Has anyone else had this problem, and do you know of any more fuses?
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Hi benonacha,
Welcome to iRV2. I do not know your coach. Somewhere there is a 12VDC fuse buss for almost all the automotive fuses. On my coach it is in the most forward basement bay on the driver's side. You'll, most likely, need a magnifying glass and a flashlight to determine which fuse goes where.

Do the lights work at all (during the pre heat wait)? With just the ignition on and not trying to start?
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Hi benonacha,
Welcome to iRV2. I do not know your coach. Somewhere there is a 12VDC fuse buss for almost all the automotive fuses. On my coach it is in the most forward basement bay on the driver's side. You'll, most likely, need a magnifying glass and a flashlight to determine which fuse goes where.

Do the lights work at all (during the pre heat wait)? With just the ignition on and not trying to start?

No, Nothing on the instrament panel works. I've found one 3 amp fuse that says gauges, but it is good. When I last drove it they all worked fine.
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I kept looking and found an in-line fuse that had blown back with the batteries. Thanks for your input.
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Thanks for letting us know what the problem was.
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