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Old 07-29-2019, 07:59 PM   #1
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Fuse location, side entry stairs, on Fleetwood Excursion?

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I have a 2013 Fleetwood Excursion. Does anyone know where the fuse is for the side entry stair motor? I can't find it : (

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The electric steps are powered from the chassis 12v system, so probably with the chassis fuses. On my Fleetwood diesel coach, they were under the inside entry steps, which were hinged.
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The electric steps are powered from the chassis 12v system, so probably with the chassis fuses. On my Fleetwood diesel coach, they were under the inside entry steps, which were hinged.
Thanks Gary. I found a group of chassis fuses in an external compartment, but no luck : ( There's probably some more chassis fuses hidden somewhere around the dash. I have some hunting to do I guess.

If any of my fellow Excursion owners happen to know where it is, I'm all ears!
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How about calling Fleetwood Customer Service? The number is on their website.
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How about calling Fleetwood Customer Service? The number is on their website.
Yes, good idea. I will do that. Thanks
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On my '16 Bounder it is in the BCC.
F3 and F4, Step Motor and Step Switch
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On my '16 Bounder it is in the BCC.
F3 and F4, Step Motor and Step Switch
What is the BCC?
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Battery compartment control Ours is In the compartment to the left of the entry step in my our 2016
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Battery compartment control Ours is In the compartment to the left of the entry step in my our 2016
Thanks. I don't have a compartment there but I imagine it is hidden somewhere on my rig.
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Here’s a photo of the BCC ( battery control center) and the inside. See fuses on the right side.


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OK, that I think I have in my chassis battery compartment. I'll pop the cover off it and see what's back there. Thanks for that!!
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