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Old 05-11-2021, 11:32 AM   #1
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Looking for another fuse.

Hi all,
On our 2004 Pace Arrow there are only 2 "storage box" lights w/ switches.
One is in the box right behind the entry door on the passenger side.
The other is in the box just ahead of the drive wheels on the driver's side where the dump valves are.
Neither lamp assy has power going to it.
There is a fuse in the BCC labeled "aux lites" and it has power on both sides.

SO....... My question is, "Is there another fuse somewhere for these 2 lights ?

I would like to get them working, without having to re=wire them up to another circuit if possible.

Yes the bulbs are good and I checked the switches on both lights = O.K.

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On mine, The power for the light in the sewage bay is controlled by a switch on the dash. “Utility Light”. That also powers the side wall light outside back wall above the sewage bay. Not sure the reasoning.
For all my other storage bay lights, there is a switch just inside the door that powers those lights. “Luggage Lights”

Yours may be the same??
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Old 05-11-2021, 12:13 PM   #3
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Not sure where your fuses are, but my My 98 Bounder, on a Ford F53 chassis has a fuse panel and relay box inside the dash. lift the gage panel on mine. There is a fuse and relay panel above the radiator. There is also a switch by entry door to switch on and off basement lights. RVs have ground problems. My wipers quit, so I installed a separate switch and relay to run them, years later, I found where the wires had been rubbing until the insulation wore through. When the slide-out quit, I installed a solenoid and key switch near the motor, with an in out push button toggle. Hunting for a damaged wire is hard to do. Hope I helped. I have been a hd mechanic for 30 years, and I always hated busses.
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Hi Mike,
Like US1 replied, my 2002 PA has a switch in the 4 switch panel to the right of the steering column (under the a/c - heat levers) that controls the light in that back bay, the amber light outside high on the wall above that bay, and it also controls a light in the engine bay.
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Old 05-12-2021, 11:03 AM   #5
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lights ?

FOUND IT.
On our '04 Pace Arrow there is a "luggage light" switch on the post at the entry door that controls these 2 storage bay lights, and the light in the engine bay.

Now that I know this, I can tap into the sewage bay light and put one in the bay where the water hook ups are, and the right rear bay where I store all the tow dolly stuff.

THANK YOU ALL for your help.
Still learning about this "new to us" coach.

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Old 06-28-2021, 10:08 PM   #6
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I had same question on my Pace Arrow Thanks for the answer before I even asked.
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