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Old 10-19-2020, 11:05 PM   #1
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08 Pace Arrow w24 electric window fuse location

Anybody know the fuse location is for the power window? The motor shorted out and failed and the fuse also blew. Is there a relay in this circuit?
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Is it the driver's door?

I have a W24 under a 2008 Winnebago, and the door window fuse is down close to your left foot when you are in the driver's seat.
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Thanks for your response. I found in my RV that the fuse that is labeled mirrors in the BCC controls the window, mirror heat, front window shade, and the mirror adjustment.
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