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Old 10-10-2019, 06:27 PM   #1
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Interior Fuse Box Location?

I have a 2016 Holiday Rambler Vacationer, 33ft. I have found the fuse box above the radiator, and the relay box just under it, but I am looking for the fuse box inside, with hopes of being able to tie into a circuit that is only hot when the key is in run. I know generally they are to the left of the steering column, but for the life of me I don't see it. Most of that area is covered by carpet glued to a plywood board. I can't seem to find any screws to remove it, but I can see a lot of wires go behind it.

Am I looking in the wrong spot, or is there an easy way to remove that plywood panel?
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Many times the 12VDC fuses for the "House" side are located in the "Load Center" (next to the 120VAC circuit breakers),
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On my 2016 HR Trip, they are located under the pantry, just above the 120v circuit breakers.
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The OP is looking for an ignition key operated circuit. It will not be found in the 12 volt House fuse panel.
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I did end up finding the main fuse panel. It was a removable panel on top of the dash behind the steering wheel
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