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Old 10-18-2020, 02:59 PM   #1
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Fuse location

I have a 2005 Fleetwood Excursion 39S. I'm looking for the fuses for the heated seats. I have a schematic from Fleetwood and it shows that the fuses are 7.5A, and they are located in the front console. But when I look in there, I see fuses but not the ones like in the schematic. I think they are located someplace else.

I found a fuse panel in the back under the bed. I'm sure there's a 3rd location. Any idea where the 3rd location might be?

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Old 10-18-2020, 04:35 PM   #2
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Fuse location

You could check inside the BCC. It’s a black box most likely in the same compartment as your house inverter. At least that’s where it is on my 05 Providence.
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Old 10-18-2020, 04:49 PM   #3
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Did the heated seats ever work? If not, you may find that the seats are not capable. For my seats the connectors are under the seats, but they are not connected to anything.
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There's a connector marked heated seats and it's connected to another wire.
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Old 10-19-2020, 09:09 AM   #5
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BBC? I would think it would be located someplace in the coach near the seats. I don't know what BBC is.
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Old 10-19-2020, 09:29 AM   #6
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Fuse location

I am not familiar with the details of the Excursion, but my Expedition has two fuse banks under the dash about centered. Both have numerous fuses. I think that one came with the chassis and Fleetwood added the second.

I don’t think the fuses in the back are for items in the cockpit area. Probably they are for the general lighting, water pump, refrigerator and furnace fans.
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Old 10-19-2020, 12:19 PM   #7
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BBC? I would think it would be located someplace in the coach near the seats. I don't know what BBC is.

Hi tmitch, the BCC is the “battery control center”.
In any case, you asked for another location for fuses and I gave you a 3rd place to look. I gave you a location as well......just spit balling here for places to look.
If you are not familiar with that device location, this may be a great time to take off the cover to that box and take a look to see all the fuses that are in there anyway.

Good luck on your hunt.
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Thanks. That makes sense now. I'll keep looking....
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I wonder if it's under the hood?
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Well, there are not any fuses under the hood. I did look at the BCC and didn't see anything marked driver or passenger heated seats. It's too dark right now to look any further. i did look at one 7.5A fuse and it's good.

The drawing that I have doesn't look like what is in BCC or under the dash.
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In my 2006 Discovery, the fuses for the drivers and passenger seats back in the BBC located in the drivers side inverter compartment.

However, the heated seat fuses are located inside that center console.
Picture shows the BBC
Picture shows the diagram inside the BBC electric seat controls See fuses P9 & P10
Picture shows the center console diagram. Electric heated seat fuses, see arrow
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If like my Discovery, there is also a relay for the heated seats.

If like my Discovery, the seat heaters are Oh My Gosh HOT! THey are real 'bun' cookers! I removed the passenger side heater and replaced it with a new one from the internet.

On my coach there are several plugs at the base of each seat. One of them will be for the heater. You can check to see if there is 12 volts on that plug.
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Thanks. This is what I have. It doesn't have the same fuses as the schematic I have.
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That's the next step for the weekend. I did have a bad switch that I replaced yesterday. I did check the connections under the seat, and they're connected.
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