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Old 03-28-2020, 01:09 PM   #1
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Dash Fans not working

I have a 95 Monaco Dynasty that the dash fans quit working several years ago. I've checked the fuses before and will check them again and make sure I'm getting 12 v power to the fuse box, but I'm reasonably sure they are good. Since this virus thing has me stuck at home, I thought I would try and figure out some of these electric gremlins. Anyone know of a relay or other fuse box besides the one in the back of the coach that is mostly "house" functions and the one under the driver. Is there a reason to try and tear the dash apart?
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Here is a fuse chart and pictures of the fuses. There is 12v power to the large red wire and to the jumper wire that comes off of it on the lower half of this block. The upper half that has the large black wire coming in does not seem to have any 12 v power. I assume the large black wire is the positive side bringing power to the block, however I have no idea where that wire comes from in order to trace it back to where the loss of power is originating. anyone have an idea?
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Ok... one more post. I've also noticed that none of the 12 volt lights in the basement are working and they have no 12v power coming to them.
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I had the same thing in my '98 Safari. Using a factory schematic and a volt meter I chased the problem down to a bad relay under the dash. It was a real rats nest under there. There was a cluster of four relays and I found out which one was the right one by metering the connections while operating the dash fan switch. The relay was available at my local auto parts store.
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Anyone else have any idea where the relays might be located on a 95 Monaco?
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I have relays in the front run bay on my 2001
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Iíve also used Deoxit spray very successfully to restore contacts inside switches. No disassembly required
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