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Old 10-23-2021, 01:29 PM   #1
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Electrical Issue

I have a 2011 Bounder with a Ford chasis. I have had 3 system fails, all of which are tied to the ignition. I lost power to the leveler jacks, power to the 12 volt lead on the 7 pin trailer connector, and the steps no longer auto retract when the ignition is turned on. I have checked fuses but have not found any defective ones. It seems too much of a coincidence that all these systems are tied to the ignition Any suggestions? Thanks, JWRVer
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Have you measured all your battery voltages with a voltmeter right at the battery posts?
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Batteries are new. All other systems function properly as far as I can tell.
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Have you gone under the hood and looked in the chassis main control fuse box to see if the main (large) fuse has blown? If so, you can try replacing it and then you need to work on figuring out why that happened....
It could also be related to the solenoid that is the interconnect between the chassis power and the coach power...
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