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Old 10-31-2013, 01:33 AM   #1
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LP solenoid fuse

Anyone know where the fuse for the LP shut off valve is? 2005 Fleetwood Expedition. Wires are fine, switch is OK. No power to the switch, and no it is NOT the LP sniffer inside. Thanks.
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Yea, your LP tank is center mounted and the only access is a remote filling port with the on/off switch right there in a compartment bay. IF memory serves me correctly that fuse is part of the chassis fuses, not the house fuses. On the Discovery's of that year the chassis fuses were found up front under the dash.. you could open a door from inside to access them.. not sure about the expeditions though...
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If both switches (inside and out) are on and the tank is not empty you could have a bad shut off valve. Check the Battery Control Center usually in the power cord compartment for fuse. If it is not blown you will have to access the tank in-between the frame rails and check for voltage and valve condition. Use extreme care if you feel you are qualified to service the LP system itself. Let us know what you find.
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Old 11-01-2013, 11:13 AM   #4
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I did get the LP to flow, however I did not find a fuse. I ran a dedicated 12 volt wire to the solenoid and the valve was inoperative. (no clicking) On my tank valve there is also a manual shutoff ahead of the solenoid. Turned it off, took the plunger out of the solenoid and now have LP. When I get to my home base in Yuma, AZ, I will continue to search for the loss of 12v at the switch and solenoid.

Thanks for the heads up on this guys!
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