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Old 04-08-2021, 12:07 AM   #15
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Suspicion that fuse box also follows the standard Ford stripped chassis, as does the other relay board up front?
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For future reference:

Ford online owner's manuals
Ford Body Builders Layout Book for 2007 chassis (other Ford Body Builder Advisory Service Publications available here)
"Waiter21's" Web site for 1999 Southwind (Note: Your coach's wiring and some of the other details will be different than his)
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:58 AM   #17
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Yep - I found that too. In my case, the 10-amp fuse controls a bank of relays under the hood. One of the contacts had gotten dirty and shorted out. I am going to guess there are fuses somewhere else in the rig that protect the blower motor, leveling jacks and more
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Fleetwood products often have a 12V control-and-fuse box call a "BCC" (Battery Control Center). It's separate from the two Ford fuse boxes, although the BCC does get some signals from the Ford side. You will want to become familiar with the BCC in your coach. Here is a link to a Google search of iRV2 posts in the Fleetwood forum with the term "BCC" in them. Note: There are different versions of the BCC, so be sure to download the correct documentation for the version in your coach (other documentation may suffice, but may be different in important details).

Also, you should add a "signature" to your profile. It contains whatever info you want; most people put info about their coach there, so they don't have to type it into each message. Instructions for adding a signature are here.
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