Originally Posted by computerguy
Get used to it. Dealers are the worst. Sure they will feed you a line and blame someone else.
I speak of 6 months of my 35K being the shop.
There are a number of relays in mine on the back wall behind the inverter. 2016 they used self resetting relays so there was no need to "reset" them.
Schematics usually do not show the location of the relays. It is determined by the line at build time. I know, crazy but it is what it is. After 6 months in the shop I drove mine to Decatur and they did all the work there in 3.5 days. Also learned a lot more while there. Definitely worth the trip for me.
There is one document I got from REV that shows where the wires are "supposed" to be routed that is fairly accurate - 12V_Harness_Routing.pdf. You can follow the route and maybe see where they placed the relays. Pretty sure it would be a relay and not a fuse for slides and jacks.
WOW! 6 months! Hope I ain't looking at that. Nearest REV tech center is a 2 day drive from here.
Like I said in the initial post, don't give up on REV. They have given me and the shop tech bad info, so ask again. They have sent reams of paper in wiring schematics. Each day it's something new or different. Very hard to make sense of it.
Being you have a '16 K model and mine is a '17 you'd think they'd be similar. They have checked every sensor (unmarked senor) in the inverter bay which is where the "bad" relay resides on the C and H models.
If the tech is still stuck I'll give him your info.
What was your issue that they had it in the shop 6 months if I may ask.