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Old 10-05-2006, 03:35 AM   #1
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I have a 2005 Winnebego Voyager. Everytime I turn on the windshield washer it blows the fuse for my windshield wipers. I am on the road right now and need to replace the fuse but can not figure out where the fuse box is located. Can anyone help? Thanks
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I have a 2005 Winnebego Voyager. Everytime I turn on the windshield washer it blows the fuse for my windshield wipers. I am on the road right now and need to replace the fuse but can not figure out where the fuse box is located. Can anyone help? Thanks
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Old 10-05-2006, 03:54 AM   #3
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Welcome Jean to irv2
I'll short cut your question down to the Winni forum so you can get a quicker reply. Mean while stay out of the rain enjoy the forums and post often.
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jeanroaming, I know of two places you can look. Lift up the dash (it's hinged) and check the Workhorse fuse panel on the left side. If there's nothing there for wipers/washer, then go outside and open the "hood". The fuse panel and some relays are in a black plastic covered box on the driver's side of the firewall. Legend for the fuses and relays is inside the lid.
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Troth, thanks so much. I found it under the dash...I had no idea the dash lifted up and I couldn't information anywhere in my Winni books.
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Jean,

Welcome aboard the forums. Hate to see your first post being one with a problem, but I'm glad you got it solved. The members on the forums are a pretty experienced group at helping others.
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Jean,

Welcome. You can find lots of information around here, either for your problems or things to contemplate for your future. When you have time you should go into your profile and build a signature block for your posts. That way you wont have to repeat equipment info every time and people will know what kind of unit they are being asked about. Then you might want to include a picture of you rig or something that means a lot to you. You can get some ideas from other posts and there's even a place to test your work to see what it will look like. Have fun.
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