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Old 08-06-2022, 04:48 PM   #1
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91 las Brisas chassis fuse box location

So I'm getting no power to my starter trying to find the starter solenoid but can't locate it. I looked on left driver side under dash and only see small fuses for lights, wipers etc.. but no starter solenoid.
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Sorry I don't know exactly what chassis you have , but with more info maybe other members can provide some help .

Is this a gas chassis or diesel and what engine does your coach have?
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Gas/454

It's Gas with a chevy 454 big block.
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Sorry I don't know exactly what chassis you have , but with more info maybe other members can provide some help .

Is this a gas chassis or diesel and what engine does your coach have?
I'm sorry it's a 1990 Las Brisas with 454 cu inch engine on a Chevrolet chasis. Trying to locate the starter relay and solinoid. Thank you.
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Sorry I don't know exactly what chassis you have , but with more info maybe other members can provide some help .

Is this a gas chassis or diesel and what engine does your coach have?
I'm sorry it's a 1990 Las Brisas with 454 cu inch engine on a Chevrolet chasis. Trying to locate the starter relay and solinoid. Thank you.
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Thanks for the additional info on your coach .

The starter solenoid is on the starter , the starter relay will be between the chassis battery and the starter and will be similar to the picture below .

I don't know if the information available at the site in the link goes back to when Chevy was producing the chassis or only to where Workhorse took over production of the Chevy powered motorhome chassis . But it may be worth a look.

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This is the starter solenoid that Chevy used for their starters and is attached to the starter. I don't think Chevy use the Ford style relay. If they use one it would a plug-in cube style.
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