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Old 06-14-2014, 07:08 PM   #1
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2006 Sea Breeze Headlights Inop

During last trip, we blew a RH front tire on our 2006 Sea Breeze and the headlights went out. Got home and fixed the damaged wires, but still no headlights and I cannot locate the Fuse Box to check/replace the Headlight fuse(s). The flashers and marker lights up top and on rear are all working. According to the diagrams, Fuse #31 is 10A fuse for LH Low Beam and Fuse #25 is 10A fuse for RH Low Beam and Fuse #35 is the 20A High Beam Feed. I did find the Battery Junction Box with fuses and a few relays under hood in front of the Triton V10 engine, but can't find the "Central Junction Box" that is listed in the Chassis Schematics that I was able to access online. We did find a small fuse box under dash way up high on the left kick panel that only had 5 fuses (4 ea x10A + 1ea 15A) that I went ahead and checked them too... all good). Anyone have an idea where this fuse box may have been installed by National RV?
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Due to the nature of the headlights they are normally controlled by a self re-setting circuit breaker , internal in the headlight switch.
A full short could have killed the C/B and require replacement of the headlight switch.
Before you spend any more time searching for a fuse box , check the headlight switch for output.
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Many manufacturers put a fuse block under the dashboard. Often accessed by a lift off part of dashboard. Often the fuses are in a plastic box under the hood above or beside engine.
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06 Sea Breeze Fuse Box Location

The headlight fuses are in a fuse box under a plastic panel on the dashboard in front of the steering wheel. It is held in place with velcro so you need to just pry it up on the edge.
When we bought our 06 Sea Breeze the high beams did not work and the fuse is under that panel.
Sounds like you may have to do some voltage and resistance checks if the fuses are good.
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