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Old 09-21-2016, 06:34 PM   #1
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Mystery fuse box

I cant find the main fuse box on my 1994 Safari model 3430 diesel pusher rear Queen bed on a Oshkosh chassis. My step fuse blew and there is no 30 amp step fuse in either of the fuse boxes I have found I will post pictures of both of them one on the front fire wall the other over the bed in the back. There is nothing under the dash or around the driver compartment
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Old 09-21-2016, 06:44 PM   #2
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I cant find the main fuse box on my 1994 Safari model 3430 diesel pusher rear Queen bed on a Oshkosh chassis. My step fuse blew and there is no 30 amp step fuse in either of the fuse boxes I have found I will post pictures of both of them one on the front fire wall the other over the bed in the back. There is nothing under the dash or around the driver compartment
The top box is the Oshkosh chassis. The bottom is the house. The fuse you are looking for is usually in a small 3 fuse holder under the hood.
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That top box is the only one I see under the hood does it have a cover over it some where? And what do all 3 fuses run ?
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Old 09-22-2016, 08:12 AM   #4
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That top box is the only one I see under the hood does it have a cover over it some where? And what do all 3 fuses run ?
We were not a Safari dealer and I am not a expert on them. (not even close) The fuse holder that many dealers used was a triple fuse holder about 1 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" long. It was black plastic with no cover. Oshkosh was a less used chassis and different in many ways than the standard Ford or Chevy. It is a pain in the butt, but if nothing else works, trace the wiring backwards from the steps until you find the fuse block.
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I found a small black box about the size you described under the hood but it has a hard to remove cover on it didn't want to break the cover do you think that could be it?
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Now I feel like an idiot found the 3rd fuse box under the hood behind a black plastic cover next to the chassis fuses Thanks for the help and hope this will help someone down the road.
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