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Old 12-28-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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No power to oil filling pump

I have a cc magna with a c13 cat engine. It has a switch in the back compartment that powers an oil pump for filling or adding oil to the engine. This switch has no power to it now but has in the past. I have looked at the wiring diagram and it shows it to go to the front drivers side bay where all of the chassis 12v fuses and other are located. I have found the wire # in the back at the pump but can't find it in the front bay. I have looked at all of the fuse boxes in this bay and there is no "oil pump" fuse. This is not a big issue as I can still get to the filler spout when necessary, however If it's on the coach I want it to work. Does anyone have any ideas where to look?

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Old 12-28-2012, 09:11 PM   #2
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Sometimes CC tied more than one item to a single fuse, especially if the two components do not operate on a constant basis. I would get my tester out and check all the fuses in the box. You might also have another fuse box in a rear bay so check the fuses there also.

It is interesting in that you have a powered pump. I have gravity feed from the oil reservoir but then again I only have an Intrigue
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