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Old 05-19-2014, 03:15 PM   #1
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Unhappy Fuses

We have a 2005 Bounder 32W, Workhorse chassis. I shorted one of the wires on the wiring harness going to the toad (long story). Now we have no turn signals, back up lights and the levelers have ceased to function(in the stowed position). On the control pad for the levelers it shows tow of the three indicators green. Neutral/Park is not on. I have been all over and under the coach truing to figure this out to no avail. I did find one fuse blown and that was the right hand tail light. Does anybody have any idea where the fuses for the turn signals are? Any help would be appreciated.
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I'm pretty sure those fuses on my Ford in my Bounder were under the hood with the other Ford fuses. Maybe Workhorse did the same.
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Maybe also in a bay near generator?
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looking at the wiring diagram there are 2 fuse blocks
there smaller I/P EXTN fuse bloack
and the bigger underhood electrical center

there are a hand full for lighting in each one the I/P may be around the dash some where
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Talking Fuses update

Problem solved!!! Reading other threads, I found out there is a fourth fuse block located on the left side of the dash, on top under a panel. I didn't realize it was there because of the dash cover. I found one 15A blown fuse, replaced all is now functional!!http://www.irv2.com/forums/images/smilies/dance.gif
Thanks for all the good information and suggestions.
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