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Old 01-30-2018, 10:37 AM   #1
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Gas and temperature gauges fuse location

I Have a 2003 Gulfstream Sun Voyage with W22 Work Horse Chassi I Need To Locate The Fuses for Gasoline & temperature Gaige They Both Stop Working The Same Day.Please IF Any BODY Knows Where Is Located Let Me Know.THANK YOU GOD BLESS.
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I believe you have a fuse box under the hood that contains many fuses and relays for the chassis. In addition, there's one under the dash that also has chassis fuses. That fuse panel often has the turn signal blinker, so follow the sound and see if it leads to the under dash fuses. In some RVs the dash has a lift out section to access fuses, not sure on a gas Gulf Stream.
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I donít think those have a fuse.
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I donít think those have a fuse.
So if a short develops the RV burns down? They most likely don't have individual fuses, but a fuse for the instrument cluster or other grouping would be quite common.

Since the gas gauge and the temperature gauge are both usually powered by 12v(+) and the ground is regulated by a resistance in the ground wire, I'd make sure all battery connections and grounds are clean. Check under the dash for a bad connection and also try switching out like relays in the chassis fuse/relay panel. You may have a bad connection in a relay, by swapping them around connections get improved and you might discover a bad relay. Also check the ignition connector near the steering column, some Workhorse chassis have problems from too much current going through that connection.
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You will find links to fuses in this link for Workhorse chassis.
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Is it a gm cluste? If so the motors they use on them go out all the time. I rebuilt the one on my wife's old 04 Buick Rainer by time I did it almost every gauge was out or reading way off. You can get a repair kit that has everything you need from Ebay. If you are handy it is pretty easy. Lots of you tube how to videos.
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I'd suspect that both the gauges share a common ground, that has become ungrounded.

The Workhorse diagrams I have don't support that hypothesis, nor do they disprove it.
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I'd suspect that both the gauges share a common ground, that has become ungrounded.

The Workhorse diagrams I have don't support that hypothesis, nor do they disprove it.
The fuel gauge ground is at the tank/fuel level resistor. The temperature gauge is the engine block and the sensor has a resistor built into the temperature sensor.
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