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Old 02-10-2019, 07:46 PM   #1
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Trailer wiring

Having trouble with the trailer plug on my 2008 42 ft Envoy. Can anyone tell me where the fuses are located. I looked in the fuse box in front of the drivers side front wheel. Cannot find any fuses for trailer plug. Any suggestions would be appreciated

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Old 02-11-2019, 02:54 PM   #2
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My 06 Select has a fuse box in the engine compartment for those trailer circuits. Very difficult to see and nearly impossible to access

On curb side, up high, between engine and muffler. Too far forward to access from back of coach, and too far back to access from bedroom floor.

My tech accessed it from the side, slid under the muffler, sat up before engine, and managed to kneel in there so he could reach up!

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I would guess per "the drivers" suggestion that the trailer wiring is part of the chassis from Spartin, and not installed by the body builder... TS....

And it makes sense to locate those wires in the rear, close to the batteries, alternator and other chassis electrical parts/needs...
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