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Old 07-20-2010, 01:41 PM   #1
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Unhappy No power to small fuse box

cannot find how the 6 fuse box lower left interior firewall is powered?
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Old 07-20-2010, 03:30 PM   #2
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Uh, make, model, and things like that please, including the make and model of the chassis....

Example.. My rig is a 2005 Damon Intruder 377W on a Workhorse W-24 chassis.

Without that info,,, we have no clue as to what you are talking about.. Even if we have an identical motor home.
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His signature says its a 2007 Sea Breeze. Workhorse chassis probably, but which one?O r could be a Ford too, I suppose...
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Old 07-20-2010, 04:22 PM   #4
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I just cannot find out why there is not power to that small fuse box, checked all the power distribution panel fuses and all in the small box?
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Old 07-20-2010, 08:55 PM   #5
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Well, Gary, it's a "Canned" question.. and as you can see, it needed to be asked (Epically the chassis part)

Now, next question: Are the fuses labeled as to what they do.. I know what the fuses in that location do on my workhorse.. but alas, you have a Ford.

On my workhorse that is the "CAR" panel.. (much the same as a car) and some of the fuses are only powered with the ignition on.. others are always hot as I recall, some are accessory only.

Plus there are two other fuse boxes under the "hood" One of them .. I found by mistake. Cause I sure dont' recall the walk-through tech telling me about it.
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Old 07-20-2010, 09:03 PM   #6
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Small Fuse Block

you are correct, some work on ignition others are on! The problem is I cannot get power to that small block on any of the fuses. I caused a short and burned the fuse that power the backup camera monitor. Type right, I changed it and it worked briefly, now none of them have power?
The backup camera does not work. Seems all others work but I cannot get my test light to show power on any? Naturally the book does not show the type fuse block that is actually installed, the book shows a much larger fuse block. It is very puzzling, outside on the firewall there is one large distro box and relay box under. I cannot find another?
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Fusable link?

See if you can remove the panel or look behind it.

There could be a fusable link between it and the source, the link is a wire that will open up under load.

You may also have a connecotr someplace that has failed.

Get the VIN from the dash and verify the manufacturer of the chassis, not the coach.

Via the manufacturer's home page you may be able to contact their support folks, with the VIN they can identify the exact chassis and assist, you may be able to purchase a manual on the chasis.
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Angry ford chassis

it is definitely a ford, the problem is not all are created equal? I've spent hours trying to trace the problem. I'm taking it to Camping World this afternoon. I hate it, usually I can find these problems? Hopefully, I will get a senior tech that has knowledge of this problem? I really become more frustrated when often I know more then the person I'm paying!
Thanks very much for your reply. I will be sure to let you know the outcome.

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