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Old 01-01-2012, 12:31 PM   #1
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1990 Coachmen 27ft SB270 Catalina FUZE BOX LOCATION

Hey guys,

I had a thread on here about a week ago about "where is the fuze box?"
on this 1990 Coachmen Class A. I don't know if I thanked all the people
that responded to help me out, but I want to make sure that I do recognize your comments and help. I was trying to find the ''chassis" fuze box in the normal location......but knowing that Class A builders put it in
a place of their discretion it was a puzzle. I finally saw some fuzes about
center of the dash........(I was looking underneath). I knew there was no
way you could EVER manage to replace these fuzes in that location.

Guess what? Yeah, I know.......I should have known better. I discovered
that by prying up the upholster buttons on top of the drivers side dash...
(you know how big these class A dashes are) there was a screw on each
side that by removing them, a piece of the dash cover about 1 ft wide and
4-5 feet long could be removed and "walla" you can see down on everything under that dash and made everything SO EASY to replace....fuzes, light bulbs, wiring, etc. I'm thinking those people that
responded to me about the "location of the fuze box" being somewhere
to the left of the brake pedal or about the center, etc..........were assuming that I knew how to remove that dash cover. NOOOOOO.

I hope others can benefit from my time wasted by looking at how to remove the part of the dash that covers all the instrument panel, etc.
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