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Old 08-07-2022, 12:46 PM   #1
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Smile Power Window Fuse Location

Lat week I bought a 2006 Itasca Sunrise 35a with some electrical issues. I am working through them, but this one has me stumped. The power windows and mirrors are not getting any juice. I have check all of the fuses in the panel under the left side of the lift up dash, and also in the fuse block under the hood, on the drivers side right up front. None of the fuses are labeled power window. Someone mentioned, in another blog, that it was located in the Battery Control Center. After hours of searching the net, I can't find this BCC on my unit. So far none of the manuals I have read mention the power window fuse, or this manual. I can't even find information on the fact it has a power drivers side window. If anyone with experience can steer me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it.
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Old 08-07-2022, 03:34 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum.

I think I may ask a moderator to move this to the Winnebago Owner's Forum section of iRV2 as somebody who is more familiar with your specific coach may be able to tell you quickly where to check.

I was wondering what you meant by "power windows" but I now am thinking that you have a driver's door, correct? Is the window on the passenger side also powered? Have both mirrors lost the ability to be adjusted manually?

If it's just one side, you might check to see if a wire has come loose that maybe transverses the door hinge? before you can find out where all the fuse panels are located or the panel you'll need to check.

Winnebago is great about providing wiring diagrams as you probably know. Here's the wiring book for your coach in case you don't already have it:

2006 Voyage/Sunrise 35A Wiring Diagram Book

Also, don't forget that there is a spin-off forum from iRV2 and is also in the "RVLife" group of forums and is devoted to Winnebagos and can sometimes be a resource too in addition to this forum ...go HERE
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:57 AM   #3
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Thumbs up Power to window and mirrors restored

Thank you for the response Roc. Yes, the power window on the Driver side, and the power mirrors did not work. After racking my brain trying to find the fuse for them, I continued to read. Someone suggested I look under the drivers side kick panel by my left foot for a connection plug for the wires running into the door. When I took off that panel, poof, the large pin plug for all the door wiring was disconnected. I plugged it in and both my mirrors and window now work. How this plug got disconnected, is beyond me. I bought the RV a couple of weeks ago for $15,000 less than NADA. Although it looks beautiful in and out, many of the components were not working correctly. I still would like to know where these items are fused, as there is no fuse marked such. There is Mirror heater fuse and a mirror relay. Maybe that is what fuses the window too. Again, thanks for your response. Now I got to figure out the kwikee leveling system touch pad issue. Ugg.
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