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Old 07-30-2021, 12:04 PM   #1
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2004 TropiCal electrical gremlin

Hi All,

I have a 2004 National Tropical and have an electrical issue. A bunch of circuits are dead (mirrors, windshield wipers, back up cam, electric seats, jack levelers).

I traced them all to the box outside of the drivers seat. There are 2 fuse blocks with the non working components, and they are both wired into a solenoid. The coil has power but the live wire going into the solenoid is dead.

It's almost impossible to trace it back, but it probably ends up in the Inverter area. All fuses are good, and I'd like to check the buss'. Does anybody have a diagram so I can pull the correct one?

Any suggestions are welcome.

Thanks!

Steve
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Look for some resettable breakers that look like this https://www.amazon.com/Photo-Top-25A...65149&sr=8-104 they may be located inside a steel mesh box in that compartment.

Just a guess but something to check.
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