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Old 05-28-2017, 06:46 PM   #1
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No 12V power to dash

I started a post awhile ago looking for help and got some suggestions and I started working through them but still need some help.

On my 04 Essex I have good power that goes to the main electrical box but from there to where it enters the fuse panels I loose it somewhere. I tried putting a set of booster cables on the ground and the big bolt where the power comes into the box and I can get everything working but the get slide.

My question is is there some sort of large fuse or connection between the main electrical compartment and the compartment outside just below the drivers seat that could be the problem.

Hope someone can help
Thanks Ron
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There is a large circuit breaker / fuse in the power cables , within 3 feet of the battery bank , there is one in each power cable; coach/chassis. That run to the front of the coach.
Mine are mounted on the frame rail just behind the battery tray; and accessed from under the coach.
Why these aren't mounted in an accessible spot is anybody's guess.
Arrow in photo is the starter relay , the other two items, are the circuit breakers.
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Old 05-29-2017, 06:41 PM   #3
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There is a large circuit breaker / fuse in the power cables , within 3 feet of the battery bank , there is one in each power cable; coach/chassis. That run to the front of the coach.
Mine are mounted on the frame rail just behind the battery tray; and accessed from under the coach.
Why these aren't mounted in an accessible spot is anybody's guess.
Arrow in photo is the starter relay , the other two items, are the circuit breakers.
Thanks I will look for those when I get back to the coach on the weekend.
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Thanks I will look for those when I get back to the coach on the weekend.
I know this is an old post. If the OP is still on here, did you find the cure for your problem?

I have a London Aire with the same problem...no dash power, no turn signals, no head lights.

I do have switch power. The engine will crank and run fine.

All help appreciated,

Ryan
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Old post same answer.
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