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Old 09-29-2022, 01:30 PM   #1
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06 Excursion fuse for driver and pass fans?

Can anyone tell me where this fuse is? I checked all the fuses behind the dash
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I think it's F12 in the BCC. Labeled as Dash Fan. Good luck.
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I am a little late to this party,
But I would check the cabinets above the fans
for a fuse for the fans.
My coach is in storage or I would check for you.
I believe that is where mine is.
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