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Old 08-12-2022, 05:16 PM   #1
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2004 Pace Arrow W-22 AC compressor fuse

I have a 2004 Pace Arrow with the W-22 chassis. My dash air is not working. I have checked it and the compressor is not kicking in. The low-pressure switch is closed so I do have at least some freon. I can't locate the compressor fuse. Help please.
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Old 08-12-2022, 06:03 PM   #2
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Did it ever work since you've owned the coach?

Do the two cooling fans in front of the radiator come on when you turn on the air conditioner?
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Old 08-12-2022, 06:30 PM   #3
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It is either under the dash to the left of the steering column or in the big black box under the hood on the driver's side.

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Do you have power to the low pressure switch ?

Any indication if your dash A/C system is Evans /Tempcon ?
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Did it ever work since you've owned the coach?

Do the two cooling fans in front of the radiator come on when you turn on the air conditioner?
Yes, owner since 09. No, the two fans don't come on, just tried while running in my yard checking everything out. It has been sitting for a couple years. AC switch lights up but never hear the clutch for the compressor pull.
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Old 08-12-2022, 06:53 PM   #6
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It is either under the dash to the left of the steering column or in the big black box under the hood on the driver's side.

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I checked the black box under the hood but didn't see it. Didn't know there was a fuse block under the dash. Thanks, will check there.
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Do you have power to the low pressure switch ?

Any indication if your dash A/C system is Evans /Tempcon ?
I'm not sure if I have power to the low-pressure sw or not, a friend checked it for me and said it was closed so should have enough freon to pull the clutch. Then we started looking for a fuse. I don't know if it's Evans/Tempcon.
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I'm not sure if I have power to the low-pressure sw or not, a friend checked it for me and said it was closed so should have enough freon to pull the clutch. Then we started looking for a fuse. I don't know if it's Evans/Tempcon.
Here is info on Evans/Tempcon and wiring and a photo of the system that may help identify your system .Blue oval in photo.
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Here is info on Evans/Tempcon and wiring and a photo of the system that may help identify your system .Blue oval in photo.
Thanks, I have a few things to check. I must have the Tempcon the picture of the Evans doesn't look familiar.
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Thanks, I have a few things to check. I must have the Tempcon the picture of the Evans doesn't look familiar.
Evans/Tempcon is one in the same company .
Other possibility of the dash system supplier is Denso ( Nippondenso )

Biggest issue is that on a class A chassis some parts come on the chassis and other parts ( and wiring ) for the dash A/C , are supplied and installed by the coach builder .
Denso has inline fuses , if you can post a photo of your HVAC ( Heater and Vehicle Air Conditioning ) system to confirm supplier , I'll did out a wiring diagram for a Denso system.
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Evans/Tempcon is one in the same company .
Other possibility of the dash system supplier is Denso ( Nippondenso )

Biggest issue is that on a class A chassis some parts come on the chassis and other parts ( and wiring ) for the dash A/C , are supplied and installed by the coach builder .
Denso has inline fuses , if you can post a photo of your HVAC ( Heater and Vehicle Air Conditioning ) system to confirm supplier , I'll did out a wiring diagram for a Denso system.
Thanks, I have never posted a picture but will try.
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