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Old 07-03-2011, 10:58 PM   #1
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Where is the ECM (elect. Climate module) on 04 bounder 34f?

04 34f with electric panel in rear bedroom next to TV.Nothing under refer.Behind electric panel?
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Old 07-04-2011, 08:05 AM   #2
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04 34f with electric panel in rear bedroom next to TV.Nothing under refer.Behind electric panel?
On my 1999 pace, it is behind the Circuit breaker panel. You take out 4 screws and pull the whole panel out. The elec. has a long pigtail to allow the panel to come out.
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ECM usually refers to the Engine Control Module (computer), but I'm guessing you are referring to either the Energy Management System (EMS) that sheds loads to stay under 30A when on 30A shore power. Or is it something else?

The EMS is part of the load center (breaker panel) and is accessed as ga traveler describes.
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