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Old 09-27-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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Fuse panel location?

At our shop I'm working on a '94 Bounder DP on a '93 Oshkosh chassis. I can't find the fuse panel for the chassis lighting. I found the Intellitec panel with the disconnect switches and some fuses in a left compartment behind the rear wheel. The fuse panel for your basic house stuff is in a cabinet on the left side above the dinette table. I looked t the manual for a '94 diesel from one of our sticky posts and it says chassis fuse panel is behind the instrument panel. If indeed it is, I'd have to remove the IP as I've crawled all underneath that dash and found nothing.

The problems I'm working on are no reverse lights, no 12v power to the monitor panel, and no power to the TV antenna booster. I can see the PO has done some rewiring but I still have to find all the fuses. I doubt he/she rewired the reverse lights.

The monitor panel is a black faced panel that screws on under the dash by the driver's right knee. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Flip the gauge cluster up, it's hinged, mine is under there.
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Flip the gauge cluster up, it's hinged, mine is under there.
This one doesn't flip. I tried that.

I viewed your pics on FB and your coach is a dead-on replica of the one I'm working on. Maybe I missed something but I pulled and tugged upwards and also looked for pivot points. Guess I'll look again.

Is it just the cluster itself or the housing as well?
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Did the p.o. screw it down? The only reason I ask is that I did that to mine to keep it from bouncing around, There is a manual pdf on Fleetwoods web site "Fuses for the chassis electrical system are located under
the instrument panel. Additional fuses may be located
under the hood".
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Did the p.o. screw it down? The only reason I ask is that I did that to mine to keep it from bouncing around.
I'll inspect closer on Monday. I found the manual through the link at the top of this forum.

I do know there have been some modifications done. The top cab marker lights and front parking lights have been spliced into the headlight wire. IOW, headlight switch in park light position only gets you mid-body and rear lights. Also, I can't get the house battery disconnect to lock on unless either the engine is running or shore power is connected. Once it locks on, you can unplug or kill the engine and you keep the 12v house power. Strange.
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On the disconnect switch, unless the batteries are fully charged, the voltage is not enough to complete the circuit.
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