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Old 09-21-2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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Looking For Winnebago Wiring/Fuse Location

I have a 2000 Journey 34B and searching for HWH wiring which is tied into Winnebago wiring. Specifically, I am looking for the +12 soruce which supplies power to the HWH Leveling System. The HWH wire is #6120 and it plugs into a 2 wire white connector up under my dash and that harness disappears into a larger harness.

The missing 12 volts also supplies power to my mirrors and 2 fans mounted up near the winsheild on both sides of the windsheild. There may be other things missing 12 volts which I am not aware of.

I ran a seperate 12 volt line to the 6120 wire and now my leveling system works as well as the fans and mirror controls.

There must be a blown fuse or circuit breaker someplace, but I can not find it anywhere. All fuses and circuit breakers located in the fuse panel under the front hood, above my generator are good.

Any suggestions?

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I just spent several days rewiring many man made problems in my 2001 Forest River class A 32. I know your dilemma well. Most of my fuses and feeds, are under the entry steps on a fus block next to battery cut-off solenoids. On mine, ther are two connecting block/fuse blocks, and bottom one is ignition controlled, and top one is for coach battery connections. This is in addition to the fuse blocks located up forward.
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