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Old 04-24-2010, 01:36 PM   #1
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2008 Providence Dash Radio Fuse

I am looking for the fuse for the dashboard radio in a 2008 Fleetwood Providence. I know there are fuses under the center dash behind the swivel magazine rack and back by the circuit breakers. Is there any fuse bank I am missing or has anyone experienced the radio not working and know what the cause was?
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Old 04-24-2010, 09:55 PM   #2
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Found the fuses

For others that might have the same problem. You have to use the supplied or get two radio removal tools (I got them at checker auto parts) for $7.00. Remove the radio, there are two fuses in plastic cases.
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Normally, you should have the tools in your package along with the owners manual. They come with the radio and the manufacturers are pretty good at stashing them somewhere in the coach. Most always Fleetwood puts all this kind of stuff in the closet in a large box. When I am doing the PDI on these I only take out things that need to be installed; like water filters, microwave plate and roller, remotes to test electronics and manuals but leave all the other stuff in this box. Your dealer may have inadvertently removed them or it is possible Fleetwood lost them.
Also, sometimes these radios will not operate and have to be rest. Just pull it out dis-connect the harness, wait a minute and re-connect. Most of the time, it will then operate properly. I believe low voltage causes this problem.
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Thanks much for the info
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Thanks much for the info
My radio would not work either. Found the fuse in bed room closet where the main circut brakers were. Removed the fised which was in very tight and it looked just fine. replaced it and the radio has been working fine. This fuse was labled radio switch. This was in a 2008 Knight.
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