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Old 11-14-2012, 05:30 PM   #15
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Purerock...Fleetwood puts the step fuse in the inverter compartment in a box with other fuses and battery charging stuff.

Moon Runner don't hi-jack someone else's thread. You need to start a new one of your own.
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:44 AM   #16
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the tech guys at Navistar RV pointed me in the right direction to find the electrical panel in the front storage compartment where the fuses to the step are located... anyhow, sure enough the 25a fuse was blown, so I plugged in a new one, and guess what, it immediately blew out too. So, next thing is remove the motor on the step and see if it's frozen up. Sure appears that might be the case right now, since I cannot budge the linkage on the step motor...
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the tech guys at Navistar RV pointed me in the right direction to find the electrical panel in the front storage compartment where the fuses to the step are located... anyhow, sure enough the 25a fuse was blown, so I plugged in a new one, and guess what, it immediately blew out too. So, next thing is remove the motor on the step and see if it's frozen up. Sure appears that might be the case right now, since I cannot budge the linkage on the step motor...
Disconnect the wiring from the controller at the steps and install a new fuse, if the fuse doesn't blow , then remove the steps for repair. If the fuse blows with the wiring disconnected , you have another problem.
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There are three locations for fuses on Pathfinder. Main AC center under bed, in two boxes in Inverter Bay, and driver side front bay. The fuses for step are most in front bay.
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