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Old 11-13-2021, 06:38 PM   #1
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Fuse box location

does anyone know where the chassis fuse box on a 2000 sea breeze is located? everything i've got so far says under the dash on the firewall left of the steering column. my blinkers quit on me. need to check the fuse before moving on.
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does anyone know where the chassis fuse box on a 2000 sea breeze is located? everything i've got so far says under the dash on the firewall left of the steering column. my blinkers quit on me. need to check the fuse before moving on.
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does anyone know where the chassis fuse box on a 2000 sea breeze is located? everything i've got so far says under the dash on the firewall left of the steering column. my blinkers quit on me. need to check the fuse before moving on.
LOL. I'm back. From what I understand it could be located under the dash board by the drivers left foot. From my understand, however, you'd also have to remove the driver seat to, comfortably get to it.
Also, if you go to the top of the page and click on "Owners Forum" and then in the drop down box go to "National RV" on the right and click there, you'll find a whole lotta info.
If you have a Ford chassis, you can click on the "RV Forums" at the top of the page, and in the drop down go to the "Ford Chassis" Club and click on it.
So far that's all I got. Hope this helps.
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Old 11-23-2021, 04:14 PM   #4
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It is located on the corner at your left foot where the firewall meets the side wall on my 1098 Seabreeze.
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Fuses are outside behind where you check the oil.

On my 2001 Sea Breeze, the fuse box for the electrical things on the chassis is on the firewall outside where you check your oil.

That's where the fuse for the trailer brake lights, etc., is located.
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Fuse box location

I have a 2002 Seabreeze and I have 3 fuse boxes that deal with the F53 electrical. The main one is in the arm rest right under the window left of the driver. There is one on the fire wall on the drivers side that covers engine related and tow package items. The third one is where everyone is talking about, left of the drivers left foot on the wall. This one deals with the radio, backup camera, CB (which is gone) etc. Hope this helps.
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If yours is on a Ford chassis your turn signal switch followed by a turn signal module at the base of the steering column are the most likely cause of no turn signal. Once you find the fuse panel which may have a dash colored cover over it to the left of the steering column , you will be able to track down the issue. I took apart my turn signal switch and cleaned the contacts and that solved no power to relay module.

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I also have a fuse panel in the arm rest next to the driver. Along with the controls for the leveling system. The arm rest cover is held on with velcro.
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I also have a fuse panel in the arm rest next to the driver. Along with the controls for the leveling system. The arm rest cover is held on with velcro.
Would you happen to have a picture of this fuse box? On mine all the fuses are numbered, nothing is spelled out. I wish mine were labeled so I knew what item each one was connected to. Thanks.
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CPL ED the info for both fuse blocks and what each numbered fuse is for is listed in the "Owner's Guide Motorhome Class A Chassis Model year 2000" from Ford, you may be able to get one from Ford or on line. If not send me a PM with your e-mail address and I'll scan mine and send it to you.
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CPL ED the info for both fuse blocks and what each numbered fuse is for is listed in the "Owner's Guide Motorhome Class A Chassis Model year 2000" from Ford, you may be able to get one from Ford or on line. If not send me a PM with your e-mail address and I'll scan mine and send it to you.
Thank you sir, for the offer. I finally got one using the info you provided. Sorry for late reply.

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