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Old 07-16-2019, 03:35 PM   #1
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2008 Winnebago Journey Fan Clutch Fuse

Hello all -
I'm trying to locate the fuse to the fan clutch on our 08 Journey 39Z. According to Freightliner, Winnebago installed the fuse in "one of several places". I've looked inside the shore power bay and in the left rear near the dash a/c condenser and fans, but I can't find it. It is supposed to be a small black box with 4 screws and the letters "ARENS" on it. No joy.
Can anyone help me to find the box? I've also searched under the bed in in the box all around the engine.
Thanks for any assist...
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My 2010 Journey has a pretty large chassis fuse panel in the compartment in front of the driver's side front wheel and a second smaller panel in the battery compartment.
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Thanks for the follow-up

I have similar fuse panels in our 08 - I'm looking for a separate fuse that I understand will cause the fan clutch to lock in "on" position.
According to Freightliner, it should be in the shore power area or behind - but so far I've had no luck.
I'll keep looking - and thanks for the response.
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