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Old 12-03-2021, 12:35 PM   #1
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Towing Lights Problem

I have a 2010 e450. Jayco Melborne 26a
does anyone know where the the j box for brake and turn signal wiring my be I have the tail light voltage but no turn signal or brake ?
The wires go into a loom and get lost in the rats nest.
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According to the chassis manual for the 2010 E-450, page 235 (link here) and the 2010 Body Builder Layout Book (BBLB), Electrical section, page 12 (link here), fuse F48 in the Power Distribution Box (PDB) supplies 12V to the trailer tow stop/turn signals. The PDB is the fuse box under the hood. Fuse F48 is a 20A fuse.
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Old 12-04-2021, 09:12 AM   #3
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Great Thanks

that link is great Just what I need, I'm going to down load that file and put it on a stick.

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