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Old 10-13-2020, 07:51 AM   #1
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92 Southwind engine Fusebox Location?

I've acquired a 92 Southwind that last ran 10 years ago. I was able to get the vehicle to crank, but no start so need to troubleshoot fuel and spark.

While looking over manuals for an F53 Chassis (Ford 7.5 litre gas) it looks like there should be a large fuse/relay box somewhere with chassis/engine related Fuses and Relays. All I can find is a small fusebox in the left side driver area under the dash which only has the flasher relay. Does anyone know if/where another chassis fusebox is located on this rig?
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Old 10-13-2020, 08:49 AM   #2
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I've acquired a 92 Southwind that last ran 10 years ago. I was able to get the vehicle to crank, but no start so need to troubleshoot fuel and spark.

While looking over manuals for an F53 Chassis (Ford 7.5 litre gas) it looks like there should be a large fuse/relay box somewhere with chassis/engine related Fuses and Relays. All I can find is a small fusebox in the left side driver area under the dash which only has the flasher relay. Does anyone know if/where another chassis fusebox is located on this rig?
there may be 2 under the front hood, one is in the center and one is on the front right facing the hood, look for wires and battery cables, there may be another under the fridge with a wood panel door on hinges, 12 volt dc fuses for the house and 120vac breakers are inside that door. The generator has several breakers. Inside the door to my water connections there is also a fuse for the water pump.
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Old 10-14-2020, 05:41 PM   #3
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mine is a 2000 F53 Southwind. There is not one in the water cabinet, my Jayco class c had one there. My slide and Electric awning have 2 auto ckt breakers with the house batteries. under the steps



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Old 10-18-2020, 08:38 PM   #4
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Thanks for the photos, however my rig is different. Still trying to find the Fuel Pump fuse and relay on 92 Southwind F53 chassis. I changed the ignition coil, I'm able get engine to "start" with starter fluid , but no fuel pressure to keep it running. Need to check electrical part of fuel system, but nothing is labeled for fuel pump on this beast.
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see if this helps

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