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Old 08-12-2010, 08:25 PM   #1
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RePOST of trailer fuse PIX for 2004 Journey

We have a 2004 39W Journey ... the right turn signal on my toad quit working over the weekend. There was no signal at the 7 pin connector. So I knew the loss of power was ahead of that.

There have been two threads on this bulletin board that were extremely helpful in finding the fuses.

Vicsyrd thread


Rvarner Thread

By reading and re-reading those threads I was able to locate and replace the blown fuse.

While I had things torn apart I took some pictures ... I hope these pictures will help the next person that needs to replace trailer connection fuses ...




The cover to the fuse box snaps open and swings up then lifts off

I chose to unplug two cables to make it easier to access the fuse box ...

Here is a close up of the fuses


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The URL for the pictures in the origninal post expired ... I tried to append a "correction" to the original post ... but got a message ... thread is too old ... so I reposted it ...
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Old 08-12-2010, 11:15 PM   #3
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Thanks for the pics. Unfortunately my 03 looks nothing like your compartment.
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