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Old 08-05-2013, 08:04 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by bdickson View Post
We ran a charge line from the coach to the CRV battery. No fuse pulling, no flat battery.
We had the charge line added within the supplied Blue Ox wiring harness. We have a seperate fuse in the charge line at the battery. I disconnect the Blue Ox wiring harness if we don't disconnect the CR-V for the night.
So far it works great.

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Old 09-10-2013, 05:46 PM   #16
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I had set up the fuse switch but apparently it also disconnects the two power sockets also if you pull the forth one over like they show in the diagram in the manual. Kills the radio but also the power outlets.
I now have to run one of the power outlets to a different acc. fuse.

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Old 09-15-2013, 03:57 PM   #17
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I know I am late on this, but just bought a 2013 CRV. The dealer told me to pull the fuse. Don't disconnect Battery because it will require you to re-input codes for radio and Nav. So, I dug around found the fuse panel and referred to the owners manual. It shows a picture of the fuse panel seamenly showing the fourth fuse below the first row. I pulled this 7.5 amp fuse and turned the key on and the nav an radio worked. I also had gone to the car parts store and got a mini 7.5 fuse (not the honda low profile type). Thinking it would be easier to pull and but back. Looked at the own manual and determined that the fuse is 19. Pulled it and the Nav and radio now dead. Put the new fuse back in and it is now accessable. But I am considering a switched fuse like Roadmaster if pulling is too much of a hassel.

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