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Old 03-17-2015, 12:55 AM   #1
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88 Bounder ???

88 Bounder new to me. There must be a 12 volt fuse panel. ?? where is it??
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I Believe FW put the BCC ( battery control panel ) under the hood. In later years it was moved to a basement compartment. I also had a small ( 6" square ) fuse box on the bedroom wall in my 08 Bounder. Hope this helps ,good luck and congrats. PS
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Here's the '88 Bounder manual: http://fleetwoodrv.com/partsandservi...88_BOUNDER.pdf

All the 12v coach fuses should be in the power center. They usually have an access panel that is vented.
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I had an 88 bounder. Been a while. If I remember, the dash, in front of driver, lifts up. There is a "prop" rod to hold it up. In that mess you should find a fuse box.
There are fuses on the converter. behind the "panel". Open the "door" and they will be evident.
there may be another fuse box under the "hood'., mounted to the firewall.
Thats the best I can remember.. Good luck.
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88 Bounder new to me. There must be a 12 volt fuse panel. ?? where is it??
Clarification is needed: 12v automotive system, or 12v coach system?
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88 Bounder new to me. There must be a 12 volt fuse panel. ?? where is it??
So, what model did you bring home, and from where? I picked up an 89 Bounder this winter. 33 foot with the infamous 454. Silly aft bath model with twin bunks amidship. They were the first to go and I managed to turn a slightly shorten queen in sideways with the breeze blowing in your hair ANND your toes.

Yep, most house fuses will be found on the converter hiding in the side overhead behind the driver. You will find others if you flip the instrument cluster panel up and maybe a few more if you prowl around the battery compartment, otherwise known as 'behind the front bumper'. Good luck figurin' what all that junk runs....or doesn't...Bill
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