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Old 03-19-2014, 06:13 PM   #1
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HELP! 99 Endeavor 37 no trailer lights

I don't have any power to my 6 pin square hookup. Where is the fuse box for this Motorhome! I have checked the front, there is no diagram that says "trailer lights on any of the fuse boxes I have looked in.
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There are usually at two 12v fuse boxes. One for the chassis, which you may have found and one for the coach, which might in the back br. There is a 110 v breaker box too.

Maybe turn on the lights and start pulling fuses to see what turns off? Or use a meter at the plug to check for power?
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My answer assumes that your endeavor is similar to my 2000 endeavor on a freightliner chassis.

There is a large fuse box installed by Holiday Rambler in the front storage bay driver side.

There are also 2 smaller black plastic boxes that contain fuses and relays that are part of the freightliner chassis. I'd bet your bad fuse is in one of those freightliner boxes.

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